Local Paramedic Appointed Chair of National Committee
Aarron Reinert, a Paramedic and Executive Director of Lakes Region EMS, has been selected to chair the National Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council (NEMSAC).
David Strickland, Administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, announced the appointment of Aarron Reinert to serve as Chairperson of the 24-member National Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council (NEMSAC).
“Mr. Reinert has been a member of NEMSAC since its inception and has demonstrated a consistent passion for national EMS issues” said Strickland. “He is the Executive Director of Lakes Region EMS, a rural ambulance service in Minnesota, and a former State EMS Data Manager.”
The 24-member National Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council (NEMSAC), provides expert emergency medical services (EMS) advice to various Federal Agencies. It makes recommendations on key issues in emergency medical services, including recruitment and retention of EMS personnel, patient and provider safety, research and EMS system improvement and sustainability.
Lakes Region EMS is a state of the art ambulance service located just to the North East of the Twin Cities Metropolitan area. They provide 911 Emergency responses, Critical Care transport for a variety of hospitals, and community prevention and education programs. Lakes Region EMS is an integral part of the community and lives by the organization’s four pillars; Serving their customers with state of the art patient care, outstanding customer service, dedication to the communities they serve and financial health and responsibility. They provide 24 hour emergency coverage from stations in Chisago City, North Branch, and Rush City.