The Auxiliary of Memorial Hospital at Easton donated $35,000 to Talbot Paramedic Foundation to purchase a Life-Pak15 Monitor Defibrillator.  The Paramedic Foundation is currently raising funds to support the purchase of 8 monitor/defibrillators to be used throughout Talbot County by our EMS providers.

  Paramedic_Foundation_Donation_Pic_resize           The project, which is the largest fund raising effort by the Talbot Paramedic Foundation, hopes to raise approximately $280,000 needed for the purchases. “The Auxiliary of Memorial Hospital has certainly started out campaign off with great hope and expectations that we can complete this fund raising activity throughout this community,” stated Wayne Dyott, President of Talbot County Paramedic Foundation.

The Life-Pak15 will be “state of the art” in technological advancements in monitor/defibrillators used by our paramedics in Talbot County. Talbot Paramedic Foundation members are actively speaking to any and all civic, fraternal and professional organizations throughout the county regarding this fund raising project and its importance to the residents of Talbot County.

            Anyone wishing to have a presentation to their group or organization, please contact Wayne Dyott at 410-310-3921. If you wish to donate to this very worthy cause, mail your donation to Talbot Paramedic Foundation, P.O. Box 629, Easton, MD 21601

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