Trinity’s EMTs and Paramedics (and owners) were seen in a slightly different role than usual. On this occasion, the only “9-1-1” emergencies that the skilled medical team faced was being certain that there were enough hamburgers and hot dogs available for the hundreds of visitors to the fair. Trinity’s role included serving up the barbecue food, as the medics-turned-
The day included free demonstrations by the Essex County Sheriff’s Department K-9 Unit, Curious Creatures, martial arts demonstrations, fitness demonstrations, free bicycle helmets safety demonstrations, free face painting and sand art, giveaways, raffles, and booths with dozens of health related vendors.
“We have great respect for the good work that Merrimack Valley Hospital does,” said Christopher Dick, Director of Business Development at Trinity E.M.T. Inc. He added, “We are happy to have had the chance to work with them on this health fair. It’s a great way to remind the public that there’s far more to health care than emergency response and treatment, that prevention can go a long way.”
About Trinity E.M.S.
Trinity E.M.S., Inc. was founded in Lowell, MA in 1991 by John Chemaly and Gary Sepe, two healthcare professionals with over 55 years of combined EMS and healthcare experience. Trinity offers emergency and non-emergency Advanced Life Support, Basic Life Support and Chair Van transportation. The company has grown into a position as a leader in the ambulance industry with more than 250 employees, 75 vehicles and eight locations throughout the Merrimack Valley and Southern New Hampshire. Currently servicing 13 (thirteen) municipalities for 911 emergency ambulance service, Trinity responds to more than 70,000 calls for service each year. Trinity E.M.S. has been honored by the Lowell Vocational Technical High School and D’Youville Senior Care for their community involvement, and is the recipient of the prestigious George L. Duncan Award of Excellence for community service, entrepreneurship and business excellence as well as the Patriot Employer Award for their support of servicemen and women. Trinity maintains locations in Lowell, Chelmsford, Haverhill, Lawrence, and Tyngsboro, MA; and in Atkinson and Hampstead, NH. The Trinity Education Center, which trains EMTs , Paramedics and the residents that Trinity serves, is located in Chelmsford, MA. Corporate headquarters are at 1221 Westford Street, Lowell, MA. For additional information, contact Christopher Dick, Director of Business Development, 978-441-9191, or visit www.trinityems.com