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Governor Brown Reappoints Dan Burch to EMS Commission

DBurchOn January 9th Governor Brown announced the reappointment of Dan Burch to the California Commission on Emergency Medical Services, where he has served since 2013. Mr. Burch has been EMS Administrator at the San Joaquin County Emergency Medical Services Agency since 2005. He was a coordinator at the Tuolumne County Emergency Medical Services Agency from 1997 to 2005 and a quality improvement coordinator at the Alpine, Mother Lode, San Joaquin Emergency Medical Services Agency from 1991 to 1997. Mr. Burch served as a hospital corpsman 3rd class in the U.S. Navy from 1984 to 1986. He is a member of the Emergency Medical Services Administrators' Association of California and the American Legion Post 108. EMSAAC congratulates our colleague on his reappointment to this important role.

EMSAAC's Legislative Committee to Begin Meeting in January

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EMSAAC's Legislative Committee will begin weekly closed session conference calls on Thursday, January 19th to discuss bills of interest introduced in the new legislative session. The Committee includes representation from our legislative lobbyist as well as the EMS Medical Directors Association of California (EMDAC). To participate, contact Committee Chair Dan Burch at: dburch@sjgov.org

CSAC Honors Dan Burch With "Circle Of Service" Award

DBurch CSAC AwardOn Tuesday, December 13, 2016 Dan Burch was recognized by the California State Association of Counties (CSAC) with their Circle of Service Award. Mr. Burch, EMS Administrator for San Joaquin County EMS Agency and current Chair of EMSAAC's Legislative Committee, was recognized for his work and dedication representing the interests of counties in various EMS stakeholder processes and legislative issues.  EMSAAC is very proud of our colleague and congratulates Dan on this recognition!

EMSA Hosts 2016 California EMS Awards

The California EMS Authority recognized its 2016 EMS Award Recipients at a luncheon held on December 14th in San Francisco. This year's awardees included Miles Julihn from Marin County EMS, who was recognized as EMS Administrator of the Year, and Dr. Sam Stratton from Orange County EMS, who was honored as EMS Medical Director of the Year. The awards ceremony followed the quarterly meeting of the EMS Commission at the Marines' Memorial Club & Hotel. For a complete listing of this year's honorees, please go to:
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Sam Stratton                                                                        Miles Julihn                                               Dr. Sam Stratton

Contra Costa EMS Hosts First Annual Survivors' Reunion Celebration

CCC EMSOn November 9th, Contra Costa County EMS hosted its First Annual EMS Survivors' Reunion Program. For more information on this celebration and its honorees, click on the link below:

EMS SURVIVORS' REUNION PROGRAM

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