Residents of Geneva City and the townships of Geneva, Austinburg, Harpersfield, and Trumbull
With the desire to serve, the ability to perform, and the courage to act, we responded to 2,417 calls for help in 2013.
Dedication, devotion, and commitment to the community we serve enables us to live up to our mission statement, “Everything we think, say and do, ought to be in the best interest of the patient.”
Our mission statement is a lofty goal made possible by the continued strong support of the people we serve, attention to detail, training, and cutting edge equipment.
Please take time now to renew your ambulance membership for 2014 and while it is on your mind, ask family and friends to do the same. Additional membership packets may be obtained by calling the NAD office at 440-466-4900.
I remain; very truly yours,
Vincent T. Gildone EMTP / CHSIV
Northwest Ambulance District
Prosperity, strength, and resiliency of our community depends on our ability to foster the health and well-being of the next generation.
As a community, we need to invest wisely in our children and families. Our offorts will reap a lifetime of responsible citizenship. Because not all of our children have an equal opportunity for healthy growth and development due to abuse and neglect we put our future at risk.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Lets work as a community to make a difference year round to protect our children, strengthen families, promote and protect solid family life in an effort to prevent neglect and abuse.
If you have reason to believe a child may be at risk in yoru home or else where please report it! Remember feeling alone is not the same as being alone. Ask for help. By asking, you can make a difference.
Vincent T. Gildone