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Day 7: Where in the World (of EMS) is A.J.?

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For EMS Week, JEMS Editor-in-Chief, A.J. Heightman, flew from Manchester, England directly to Memphis, Tenn., and spent the day with crews from the Memphis Fire Department and the MERI Center, one of the most innovative cadaever labs, Live Tissue labs, simulation centers and product test centers in the world.

A.J. will be reporting on his whirlwind day in Memphis and at MERI next week after he recovers from two weeks in Europe and the vassociated jet-lag, but, for now, he wanted to share the great billboard the Memphis FD EMS Week Committee commissioned to be place throughout the Memphi service area. Featuring the crews of Memphis FD and their commitment to excellence, the billboard educates the public and recognizes our special week!
 



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