HC EMS Paramedic Joey Crumby honored by Tennessee Ambulance Service Association
SAVANNAH, TN—February 24, 2014—Hardin County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Paramedic Joey Crumby was recently honored by the Tennessee Ambulance Service Association (TASA) at their annual conference in Gatlinburg with the prestigious Thomas Erwin Lifetime Achievement Award.
Crumby was presented with the award because of his integrity, responsibility, and commitment to the area of public safety. He is described by co-workers as a passionate educator, community volunteer, team leader, and a dependable team member at Hardin County EMS.
Crumby joined Hardin County EMS, a service of Hardin Medical Center, in 2007. His public safety career began in 1987 when he joined the Hardin County Fire Department as a volunteer fireman. Crumby owns Emergency Training Associates of Tennessee and also works as a Security Officer with Securitas.
Hardin County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) provides emergency and non-emergency medical transports for the Hardin County community such as dialysis patient treatment transports and transport of nursing home residents. As a “Class A” service, rated by the Tennessee Department of Health’s Division of Emergency Medical Services, a licensed paramedic accompanies every emergency ambulance transport.
Hardin Medical Center is a not-for-profit healthcare provider with the primary mission of offering safe, quality, comprehensive health care services to our community, always striving for excellence and rendering service with dignity and compassion. To learn more about HMC, visit our website--www.HardinMedicalCenter.org.
Joey Crumby of Hardin County EMS accepts the Thomas Erwin Lifetime Achievement Award from Keith Douglas of the Tennessee Ambulance Service Association (TASA).