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Thanks for working here this week: Jason Frye, NRP, Emergency Medical Services

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Thanks for working here this week: Jason Frye, NRP, Emergency Medical Services

Campbell County Health is proud of its employees, and we want the CCH family and the Campbell County community to know about the good work that they do for this organization.

Meet Jason Frye, a Nationally Registered Paramedic (NRP) and Duty Medic at Emergency Medical Services in Gillette, Wyoming. Jason earned Advanced Electronics Training in the U.S. Navy and his Paramedicine License at Laramie County Community College. He’s also an advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) and pediatric advanced life support (PALS) instructor as well as a HazMedic. He’s worked at CCH for 11 years, but has worked in health care for 23 years.

Jason spent nine years in the Navy working with advanced radars. When he was on shore duty he worked with a volunteer ambulance service. He was inspired to work in health care from working with a volunteer fire department before he joined the Navy. “I fell in love with helping people on the medical calls and it became my passion,” he says.

Jason says that he has two health care heroes: Wayne Redmond, Paramedic, and Chris Beltz, Paramedic and CCH Director of Urgent and Emergent Services. “Wayne was an old Paramedic in Virginia who always remained calm under any pressure and always brought compassion and caring on any call that we ran. For the second, the changes that Chris has brought to EMS are beyond my wildest expectations. He demonstrates respectful and professional attitudes with every interaction that I witness, and his leadership style is one that I hope to learn from.”

When he’s not working, Jason enjoys camping, video games, taking care of his backyard—really enjoys fire pits in the summer—and playing with his grandchildren.

We asked Jason what he likes most about working at CCH, and what excellence every day means to him. Check out his response:

“Being able to help people on their worst day and making a difference every time I put the uniform on. I also am amazed to be on the ground floor of the culture change at EMS and being a part of building the best EMS system in the State.

Excellence Every Day means coming to work every day with the mindset that I am going to do the best for my coworkers and patients that I can and to strive to become better to provide better care.”

Thanks for being a part of our team, Jason. You are appreciated.

Is there a CCH employee who went the extra mile or shows you extraordinary service? Give them a pat on the back by completing an Excellence Every Day card.

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  • Category: Emergency Medical Services, Employee Recognition