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Paramedic recognized for 20 years of service

Paramedic recognized for 20 years of service

CCH wishes to give a big round of applause to Keith Walters, a part-time paramedic for CCH Emergency Medical Services, as well as a paramedic for the Ranchester Volunteer Fire Department and Rocky Mountain Ambulance. He also serves on the volunteer Ranchester Fire Department.

In late September, Keith was recognized by the National Register of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) for his years of service as a paramedic. Keith is among the few elite EMS with the most training in pre-hospital emergency medical care in the nation.

To maintain status as a NREMT, on a biennial basis Keith completes a comprehensive recertification program for EMTs, and completes refresher courses as well as spends a minimum of two hours per month of continuing education courses to advance his knowledge on new lifesaving skills. The NREMT has certified more than 1.8 million EMS providers since its inception.

You can read more about Keith in the Sheridan Press article Walters nationally recognized for 20 years as paramedic. Thank you, Keith for all that you do for keeping our community safe.