Congratulations to Paramedic Jordan Doty and AEMT Sam White on their Public Safety Appreciation Award from the South Cobb Area Council! We are proud to have dedicated professionals serving our community.
Congratulations to three of our paramedics and EMTs who were honored by the Cobb County Chamber of Commerce this week for going above and beyond in their service to the community.
Read the story below for accounts of their lifesaving actions.
Puckett EMS was proud to be recognized by the Cobb County Board of Commissioners and at the state capitol for the impact of our AED donation and training program.
Since 2009, Puckett's AED donation program has placed over 75 AEDs and provided first aid/AED training to more than 2,500 citizens with a total impact of over 113,600 citizens.
Wonderful and amazing things happening in Chattanooga at Children's Hospital at Erlanger. Yesterday they broke ground for their new facility scheduled to open in approximately 18 months. As one speaker said "all of this is possible because of ordinary people doing extraordinary work!" We are so excited for this community to have this coming to their town!
(Photo credit: Steven Wagner and Elaine Puckett)
We are excited to announce that Puckett EMS has established a new partnership with Priority Ambulance, to join its national family of ambulance companies.
This new partnership will give us an opportunity to bring the service and care we are known for to new markets. Puckett EMS will operate under the same name and same leadership and Steve Puckett will continue to serve as President and CEO. Maintaining Puckett EMS employees and leadership will ensure that we will continue ...to operate with the same level of excellence as always. We have built this company on the strength and talent of our people and we remain dedicated to our staff, and appreciate the passion that you all have given and will give to this company in the exciting future ahead.
Thanks to the support of our valued employees, Puckett EMS has grown incredibly over the last 16 years. We’ve grown the Puckett family to more than 340 employees and 66 ambulances serving 12 counties in Tennessee and Georgia. Now with Priority, we will extend our reach and provide expanded career opportunities for our employees.
What a great example of serving your fellow man. The Los Angeles Fire Department went far above and beyond to honor City of Marietta Firefighter Ron Herens who was killed in a horrific accident in their city. As you can see in the video, there has also been a tremendous amount of support for the other firefighters who were injured. The bond between public servants cannot be explained, only experienced.
This is a great story about Elaine Puckett's family and our local Chick-Fil-A store in Dallas Georgia. Kurt and his team are amazing people that care and demonstrate excellent customer experiences, even if you never walked into their stores . . . Watch this video and you will experience it too.
It has been an honor and privilege to spend some extra time with the Argo family. A very special thank you to them for allowing Chick-fil-A Dallas to share their story.
It's not often that Puckett EMS employees are allowed to be out of uniform code but for something like this, we're all in!!
Thank you Children's at Erlanger ER, for letting us rock our socks off with you yesterday for Down Syndrome Awareness Day 💜💙💚💛❤️ #showyoursocks #puckettems #childrensaterlanger #downsyndrome
Puckett EMS, which provides 911 ambulance service in Marion County, given top honors at a recent award ceremony in Chattanooga...
Team Puckett EMS representing this (chilly) morning at The Rump Run 5K in Chattanooga. We love having our employees involved in community activities and especially ones that can have such a great impact. 100% of the proceeds from The Rump Run benefit The Greater Chattanooga Colon Cancer Foundation.
Pictured L-R Jeff McCommon, Zach Warren, Elaine Puckett, Jonathan Waller and Logan Ratcliff.
Yesterday, we said farewell to our brother & paramedic, David Swallow. Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife and family through this difficult time. It is a deep loss, but we will carry his spirit and passionate patient care on with every call we run. We also retired Ambulance 340 yesterday, as David was 340. Rest in God's arms brother . . . . "340 GO"
Funeral service for David Swallow will be held Monday,
February 6, 2017 3:00pm at Clark Funeral Home
4373 Atlanta Hwy., Hiram, Ga. 30141
Visitation will be 12:00 noon - 3:00pm prior to the service....
The family has requested in lieu of flowers donations be made to The Wounded Warrior Project.