Paramedic of the Year – Nathan Kennedy

nathankennedyNathan Kennedy is a Paramedic assigned to Hall Critical Care Transport (Hall CCT). Nathan started his career in EMS as an Explorer in the Hall Ambulance Explorer post in 1999. In 2004 Nathan was hired as an EMT and assigned to the medical supply unit in the Operations Division. Nathan would later transfer to the field as an EMT where he distinguished himself as dedicated employee. He was selected for full sponsorship in the Bakersfield College Paramedic Training Program where he graduated at the top of his class and was licensed as a Paramedic in July of 2007. While working as a Paramedic Nathan became a Paramedic Preceptor and assisted with training new employees and new Paramedics. In addition to his regular work schedule Nathan remained a vital part of the Hall Explorer Post as an advisor logging hundreds of hours each year in support of mentoring the Explorers. In addition to his volunteer time through Hall, Nathan remained very active in his church community. In May of 2011 Nathan added part time status on the Hall CTT team to his list of responsibilities. Working at Hall CCT required more knowledge and expertise and therefore more training. Nathan completed training and earned certificates in, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support, Advanced Medical Life Support and the Neonatal Resuscitation Program. Nathan also completed instructor training for Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Advanced Medical Life Support. Nathan’s work ethic and commitment to education earned him a full time position at Hall CTT. Nathan’s dedication to our community, his employer and EMS are without question unmatched. It’s an honor to nominate Paramedic Nathan Kennedy for Paramedic of the Year. 

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