2017 AMBY Winner: St. Charles County Ambulance
St. Charles County Ambulance Named 2017 AMBY Award Winner
Contact: Jessica Marvin
Washington, DC– McLean, VA — The American Ambulance Association (AAA) has named St. Charles County Ambulance a recipient of the 2017 AMBY Award in the Community Impact Program category. Each year, the AMBYs highlight excellence in EMS and the ingenuity and entrepreneurial spirit that epitomize AAA members.
St. Charles County Ambulance is being recognized with an AMBY Award for the community impact program they developed to combat the opioid epidemic in their region. Their efforts began with a public awareness campaign and evolved into a robust effort focusing on three core areas: public education and awareness, referral and treatment, and training/resources for patients and families struggling with addiction.
Representatives from St. Charles County Ambulance will receive their AMBY at the AAA Awards Reception during the 2017 Annual Conference & Tradeshow in Las Vegas.
The mission of the AMBY Awards is to showcase creativity and innovation in the ambulance industry by fostering a culture of collaboration, cooperation and a passion for excellence in patient care. For additional information about the AMBY Awards or how to submit a nomination for next year, visit https://ambulance.org/amby-awards/
About the American Ambulance Association
Founded in 1979, the AAA represents hundreds of ambulance services across the United States that participate in emergency and non-emergency care and medical transportation. The Association serves as a voice and clearinghouse for ambulance services, and views pre-hospital care not only as a public service, but also as an essential part of the total public health care system.
AAA Mission Statement
The mission of the American Ambulance Association is to promote health care policies that ensure excellence in the ambulance services industry and provide research, education, and communications programs to enable its members to effectively address the needs of the communities they serve.