EatSmart Products would like to thank and recognize our family and friends, as well as all who serve their communities as Emergency Medical Service Practitioners (EMS). The Week of May 18th-24th is National Emergency Medical Services Week, and with that we are sending our thanks to all of the amazing people that put countless hours into helping others in our communities.
We would like recognize some friends and family of EatSmart Products who are EMT’s (Emergency Medical Technicians) for their outstanding service:
Mary, a friend of ours at ToiletTree Products, served as an EMT for 9 years in the Rockland County Area.
“I trained as an EMT because I had witnessed other EMT’s as they assisted my loved ones. I knew this would be a powerful way to pay it forward.”
Heather McGee – President of Tri-Boro Ambulance, Park Ridge NJ
Heather has been with Tri-Boro Ambulance for 22 years. She is now the President of Tri-Boro and they are always searching for new EMS recruits to join such an important piece of the community. “After being in a severe car accident at the age of 19, I was so grateful that Tri-Boro Volunteer EMS got out of bed just to come save me. Once I recovered from my injuries, I have been repaying my thanks as an EMT for Tri-Boro.”
Marisa Origoni – EMS Practitioner for Tri-Boro Ambulance, Park Ridge NJ
Marisa took on the responsibility of training to be an EMT her Junior Year of High School. She’s always had a passion for the medical field and is currently studying to be a nurse at Sacred Heart University. She’s been part of the Tri-Boro team for 2 ½ years and she has no plans of stopping. “Not only do I love being an EMT, but it also gives me a sense of satisfaction that I am helping someone and/or possibly saving a life.”