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65,000+ calls per year
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IN THE NEWS
HEMSI Announces Changes in Executive Staff
Huntsville Emergency Medical Services, Inc. (HEMSI) announced today that former COO Don Webster has taken on the new role of Community Relations Officer and that Dea Calce is the organization’s new Chief Operations Officer.
With more than 37 years at HEMSI and 32 in executive leadership, Don Webster has moved into the new role of Community Relations Officer. His focus is on strengthening relationships with community partners and agencies as well as working with HEMSI team members to maximize and maintain positive customer service throughout the organization.
Calce becomes COO with extensive experience in both emergency medical services and the Army National Guard. As Relief Shift Supervisor, EMS Program Manager, and Company Commander, he has managed every aspect of emergency medical services operations and readiness during his time with HEMSI, Redstone Arsenal, and the National Guard. He brings a solid history of management success to continue HEMSI’s operational proficiency.