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Regional Award Winners

The Northern Virginia EMS Council congratulates the following recipients of the

Northern Virginia Regional EMS Awards for 2017.

Award for Excellence in EMS

Marcia Pescitani, Northern Virginia EMS Council

Award for Outstanding Pre-Hospital Educator

Andrew Hopkins, Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Department


Award for Outstanding Pre-hospital Provider

Matthew Heppner, City of Manassas Fire and Rescue

Award for Nurse with Outstanding Contribution to EMS

Johanna Kushan, INOVA Loudoun Hospital


Award for Outstanding Contribution to EMS by a High School Senior

 Richard Peter Verrier IV, Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department, Oakton High School, Falls Church High School FIRE/EMS Academy

These awards are given to an individual or agency that exemplifies outstanding dedication and service to Virginia’s EMS system.

Click on the following link to see the list of Governor's EMS Awards Recipients for 2016.


EMS Voluntary Event Notification Tool

EMS Voluntary Event Notification Tool (E.V.E.N.T.) is a tool designed to improve the safety, quality and consistent delivery of EMS. It collects data submitted anonymously by EMS practitioners. The data collected will be used to develop policies, procedures and training programs to improve the safe delivery of EMS.

Any individual who encounters or recognizes a situation in which an EMS safety event occurred, or could have occurred, is strongly encouraged to submit a report by completing the appropriate E.V.E.N.T. Notification Tool. The confidentiality and anonymity of this reporting tool is designed to encourage EMS practitioners to readily report EMS safety events without fear of repercussion.

Northern Virginia Long Term Care Ombudsman Program

The Northern Virginia Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program was established in 1985 to advocate for persons receiving long-term care services to ensure the highest quality of life and care and serves the jurisdictions of Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince William through their Area Agencies on Aging.

Set Up A PAD Program

This website will help you with any questions you might have about setting up a Public Access Defibrillation (PAD) Program: PAD Program Link