St Kitts and Nevis: Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis- Dr Terrance Drew, visited Joseph N France General Hospital and met with the Emergency Medical Technicians on Friday, June 2, 2023.
PM Terrance Drew took to Facebook and shared glimpses of the meeting. He also interacted with the doctors and technicians who began the second phase of the EMS training course. He also encouraged them for their work.
He said, “Decided to stop by JNF this morning to visit our Emergency Medical Technicians who began the second phase of the EMS training course earlier this week, to share a few words of encouragement.” Prime Minister Dr Terrance Drew said that the EMTs will improve their CPR skills and enhance their patient evacuation skills from the scene of an accident or injury.
“The EMTs are gaining important skills training to improve their CPR skills, enhance their patient evacuation skills from the scene of an accident or injury, and teach life-saving techniques before getting the patient to the hospital, “said the prime minister.
PM Terrance Drew also extended excitement for the course of training, which is conducted by Matthew Rolph.
He said, “They are very excited about this course of training conducted by Matthew Rolph, a former paramedic from the United Kingdom and founder of EMS International. This next step of training will upgrade the basic and intermediate level EMTs to trained paramedics.”
Prime Minister Dr Terrance Drew, Minister of State Isalean Phillip, representatives from the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), other senior government officials and members of the clergy gathered at the Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Molineux for a special service of intercession for God’s mercies and protection during the 2023 Atlantic Hurricane Season, which officially started today, June 01.
The special service was organised by the Ministry of Ecclesiastical and Faith-based Affairs, in collaboration with the St Kitts Christian Council and the St Kitts Evangelical Association.