NAEMT President Dennis Rowe will do double duty after Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam appointed him to a four-year term on the Tennessee Emergency Medical Services Board as a representative for ambulance service operators.
The 13-member board oversees the Tennessee Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Division and is responsible for establishing all rules governing emergency systems throughout the state.
“With more than 42 years of experience in emergency medical services in Tennessee, I am passionate about ensuring that every state resident has access to excellent emergency medical care,” said Rowe, director of new business integration for Knoxville-based Priority Ambulance. “I am honored to be selected by the governor to assist in creating and enforcing statewide EMS standards and regulations. Read more