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Newsmaker: Lorie Davis

The Allegheny Emergency Services Council named Lorie Davis a 2014 EMS Champion.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014, 10:48 p.m.
 

Noteworthy: The Allegheny Emergency Services Council named Davis a 2014 EMS Champion. The honor recognizes her dedication to the Emergency Medical Services profession, including her efforts to aid patients and paramedic crews.

Age: 30

Residence: Glassport

Family: Son Zachary, 3½

Occupation: Team leader in Jefferson Hospital's Communications Center since 2003.

Background: Only 16 years old when she earned her EMT license, Davis has worked at the Allegheny Health Network's Jefferson Hospital for more than a decade.

Education: Emergency Management Technician license from Community College of Allegheny County in 2000

Quote: “I was pretty stunned when I heard about the award. I was amazed because I love what I do. It's kind of odd to get an award for doing something that you love to do every day, but I'm very honored to get it.”

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