Franciscan EMS Educator Honored By State For Pediatric Safety Work
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana – Josee Miller has built a career around ensuring the safety and care of patients and her efforts have earned her accolades from the Indiana Emergency Medical Services for Children (IEMSC).
Miller, an emergency medical services educator, clinical coordinator and paramedic for Franciscan Health Indianapolis, has been selected as one of Indiana's Health Care Heroes for Children, IEMSC reports. She has been cited for developing protocols for the safe ambulance transport of youngsters and her "dedication to ensuring high-quality pediatric emergency care."
She and other recipients will be honored at a May 23 ceremony and breakfast hosted by IEMSC at the Indiana Region of the American Red Cross.
Affiliated with Franciscan Health since 2013, Miller currently serves as the clinical coordinator for EMS education. She also oversees more than 60 EMS providers, schedules employee shifts and students clinical experiences in the field and hospital.
Miller, a resident of Indianapolis, is a licensed paramedic and emergency medical technician, also has been involved in managing Franciscan Health's education outreach to area fire departments.
By Joe Stuteville
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