MEDICAL DIRECTOR RECOGNIZED FOR EFFORTS
PIONEER IN FORMING STATEWIDE EMS EDUCATION
Date: July 24,2014 PIO Number: 14-7-18
From left: FAEMSE Immediate Past President Jamie Greene, Dr. El Sanadi and FAEMSE President Mike Flanigan
Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue’s Medical Director, Dr. Nabil El Sanadi, was recognized for his efforts in advancing emergency medical services (EMS) education in the state by the Florida Association of EMS Educators (FAEMSE) last week in Orlando.
In 1997, Dr. El Sanadi, along with Paramedic David LaCombe were the trailblazers in founding FAEMSE. LaCombe approached Dr. El Sanadi with an impromptu vision that there should be a statewide voice and training vehicle to enhance EMS education. With that idea, Dr. El Sanadi made a commitment of time and resources to jumpstart the group, which now has 175 public and private sector members. “Anyone who knows Dr. El Sanadi is aware of his energy, passion and dedication in furthering all facets of EMS, especially when it comes to education,” Sheriff Scott Israel said.
At their quarterly meeting held concurrently with ClinCon 2014, a statewide EMS conference and competition, El Sanadi was recognized for his support and vision in the formation of FAEMSE. For more information, visit www.FAEMSE.org.
Pictured in photo (L to R): FAEMSE Immediate Past President Jamie Greene, Dr. El Sanadi and FAEMSE President Mike Flanigan
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- FAEMSE Award - Pictured (L to R): FAEMSE Immediate Past President Jamie Greene, Dr. Nabil El Sanadi and FAEMSE President Mike Flanigan
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