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Serving 370,000+ residents in over 800 square miles, HEMSI is Madison County's not-for-profit emergency medical services provider and is nationally recognized for high-performance services.
265 dedicated employees
12 stations to serve the community
36 units in a state-of- the-art fleet
65,000+ calls per year
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IN THE NEWS
Paramedic tony ceci receives prestigious Silver snoopy award from Nasa
HEMSI) celebrated with Paramedic Anthony (Tony) Ceci for receiving NASA’s Silver Snoopy Award at a recent ceremony at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC). Ceci supports the HEMSI unit serving Redstone Arsenal and MSFC and is the first HEMSI paramedic to receive the prestigious award.
The presentation came at an event commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11. Two former astronauts were in attendance and played a key role in the ceremony – Rex Walheim (Colonel, U.S. Air Force, Ret.) STS-110, STS-122, and STS-135 and Harrison Schmitt, former United States Senator of New Mexico and NASA Astronaut, Apollo 17.
L. to R. — MSFC Center Director Jody Singer; Apollo 17 Astronaut Harrison Schmitt; HEMSI Paramedic Anthony Ceci; HEMSI CEO Jon Howell; MSFC Occupational Health Officer David Thaxton; and Astronaut for Shuttle Missions STS-110, STS-122, STS-135 and USAF Col. (Ret.) Rex Walheim