Southeastern Emergency Equipment Expands Pharmaceutical Licensing

Carla J. Baker, NREMT-P and President of Southeastern Emergency Equipment (SEE), announced that SEE’s pharmaceutical licensing has expanded to include Michigan, Minnesota, and Oklahoma.


 
 


See Southeastern Emergency Equipment, in Product Connect | Tuesday, January 4, 2011


Wake Forest, NC – November 19, 2010– Carla J. Baker, NREMT-P and President of Southeastern Emergency Equipment (SEE), announced that SEE’s pharmaceutical licensing has expanded to include Michigan, Minnesota, and Oklahoma.

Southeastern Emergency Equipment is now licensed in these 19 states: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, and Oklahoma.

“I’m proud to announce the expansion of our pharmaceutical licensing,” said Mrs. Baker. “Southeastern is committed to providing our customers with the supplies and equipment they need.”

For more information about Southeastern Emergency Equipment and its products, visit www.seequip.com or call 800-334-6656.


About Southeastern Emergency Equipment
Southeastern Emergency Equipment is a privately-owned business that was founded in 1979. Throughout the years, Southeastern has evolved into an international distributor of emergency medical equipment and supplies. Thanks to the dedicated team, SEE is now a full-line distributor with a support and sales team that focuses on premium service before and after the sale. Over the past few years Southeastern has implemented a comprehensive training and education department which offers Emergency Medical Services (EMS) classes as well as American Heart Association (AHA) classes to better serve the educational needs of its customers and the community.




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