Jason Scheiderer ’03 named Field EMS Advocate of the Year

Jason Scheiderer ’03 received the inaugural Field EMS Advocate of the Year Award in Washington, DC, on March 26th.  Presented by the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians, this award recognizes EMS professionals for their outstanding volunteer efforts to pass H.R. 809, the Field EMS Quality, Innovation and Cost-Effectiveness Improvement Act. Jason was responsible for securing the original Field EMS Bill sponsor Rep. Buschon (IN-8) and co-sponsor Rep. Carson (IN-7). Jason was one of three people to receive this award.

Jason is a paramedic educator at Indianapolis Emergency Medical Services and lives in Camby, IN, with his wife, Amanda, and son, Graham.


Thank you to Jason’s mother, Sally,
for sharing the news and the photo.

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