For 39 years Millie has been with Manchester Health Services, where she is the clinical supervisor and specializes in wound care and hospice. She has also served on numerous boards, and currently serves on the Vermont Tech Nursing School board. Keith has been a volunteer EMT with the Manchester Rescue Squad for 5 years and is also the Training Officer. He serves on the Danby Volunteer Fire Department and Wallingford Rescue Squad.
"Both members bring expertise in medical and EMS services and will be a great addition to the Board." said Mike Casey, Critical Care Paramedic and Chief Operating Officer.
As Tom Johnston, Board Chair explains, "we have experienced a 28 percent increase in our 911 call volume this past year. As a nonprofit organization, we must ensure that we meet the growing need while still providing top-notch emergency medical care to the Northshire. We are grateful that Millie and Keith have offered their time and expertise. Furthermore, we would like to recognize Dr. Robert Schwartz and Mr. Tim Powden for their years of service and who have provided their leadership and guidance to bring us where we are today."
Approaching 50 years of service, the Manchester Rescue Squad, a non-profit organization, responds to over 1,200 emergency calls a year to the Northshire of Bennington County,
For more information, to volunteer or learn about taking a CPR/First Aid class, call Mike Casey at 802-362-1995.