EMS Week offers chance for reflection; look ahead

After spending the last year finding different ways to help the county, it was Door County Emergency Medical Services turn this week to be supported by the people they serve. Door County EMS took in National EMS Week over the last seven days. In a typical year, Door County EMS would hold a celebration with all of their personnel. They didn’t do that this week, but Door County Emergency Services Director Aaron LeClair still found the chance to let people know who they are and what they do. He also knows the COVID19 pandemic is unlike anything they ever saw, but LeClair is proud of area personnel for their selfless risk to keep people safe. He applauded that they never hesitated in adjusting how they operate based on protocols that at times changed rapidly. 


LeClair also appreciates that EMS took on the stress of having to keep mitigation measures in mind, even when responding to an emergency call. They were called on to help their community in ways unprecedented this last year, but LeClair notes the support was reciprocated, even before the pandemic. He reflects on their help with the vaccine rollout, saying how it reflects on Door County.



LeClair says he and the rest of the EMS crew in Door County look forward to getting back out in the community. 


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