LANCASTER—The Peninsulas EMS Council on May 19 held its annual award recognition ceremony at Busch Gardens. Lancaster County Emergency Services (LCES) and Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) personnel were recognized for their contributions to the health and safety of Lancaster County.
LCES was nominated for the Outstanding EMS Agency Award. LCES previously won this award in 2009 and has been nominated for the award in 2013, 2016 and 2017.
“Lancaster County is deeply honored to be recognized for the talented and dedicated staff who serve Lancaster County,” said chief of emergency services Terrence J. McGregor. “To be recognized for their outstanding work among their peers is truly deserving of their service.”
LCES was recognized for its achievement in developing strong performance improvement, training and public service programs, including the Yellow Dot and File of Life programs, as well as its achievements in clinical, including recent recognition by the American Heart Association Mission: Lifeline program…