EMT students graduate from BC

Published 4:46 pm Tuesday, August 7, 2012

GRADUATES OF THE Bainbridge College Emergency Medical Technology (EMT) Program are seen here at the Charles H. Kirbo Regional Center, where they were honored Aug. 2. From left to right are: Chris Timmons, Melissa Hester, Alex Langely, Kim Williams, Steven Harrell, Tyler Pollock and Julia Kimmins.|Submitted photo


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Bainbridge College (BC) students who completed the Advanced Emergency Medical Technology (AEMT) Program were honored in a ceremony Aug. 2 at the Charles H. Kirbo Regional Center on the college’s main campus.

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AEMT graduates were Bainbridge residents Tyler Pollock and Chris Timmons; Climax resident Kimberly Williams; Colquitt, Ga., resident Alexandria Langley; and Donalsonville, Ga., residents Steven Harrell, Melissa Hester and Julia Kimmins.

Dr. Adria Belk, the dean of the School of Health Sciences & Professional Studies, welcomed the audience to the ceremony. Other speakers included Joan Simpson, dean of the BC Early County Center; Regina Jones, chair of the BC LPN & Allied Health Division; and Tyler Pollock, who delivered the invocation on behalf of the graduating students.

Randy Williams, BC assistant professor of paramedic technology and EMS program coordinator, spoke to the students during the ceremony and reminded them to continue to be willing to learn something new. He also encouraged graduates to “always serve as a patient advocate.”