SOUTH WINDSOR – In early
January, The Ambulance Service of Manchester received a hand written thank
you note addressed to Paramedic David Pozniak and EMT Mike Sparks. The note, as
depicted below, is in regards to a transport completed a few weeks prior.
The two guys were the best. They
actually made me forget my pain. God Bless them! I’ve told everyone how good
they were and I will highly recommend them.
MANCHESTER — On July 17th, 2017 ASM’s David Pozniak was promoted to the position of Field Supervisor. His remarkable dedication to both his patients and co-workers has been consistent throughout his career at ASM. He has developed into a role model for health care professionals and continues to positively influence everyone he interacts with.
Dave expressed his gratitude for the well-deserved promotion by stating the following:
Having started as a brand new EMT seven years ago, I have been witness to our continued growth and expansion in the communities we serve. ASM has remained on the cutting edge of care in the ever evolving field of EMS. I am honored and humbled to become part of the supervisor team and look forward to working with everyone to continue making ASM a great place to work.
On behalf of the ASM family we would like to congratulate Dave on his promotion and look forward to great things from him.
The annual Connecticut EMS Expo is the largest emergency medical services conference in New England. In addition to offering numerous classes and workshops, the event is a tremendous networking opportunity. Several forms of entertainment are offered as well, including the popular cornhole tournament. Please note ASM Paramedic’s Jeff Rasmussen and Dave Pozniak at this year’s event. According to Jeff, attending both the golf tournament and weekend lectures/ activities has become a yearly tradition.
MANCHESTER –As of July 17, 2014, ASM’s David Pozniak has been cleared by Eastern Connecticut Health Network medical control for independent dispatch as a paramedic to the towns that ASM serves.
Dave’s preceptors were Paramedic Supervisors Scott Thompson and Beth Sheils and Paramedic Dave White. The full precepting phase can take ten to 12 weeks or more as the paramedic is prepped for the realities of the field. As with all precepting phases at ASM, Dave’s final approval came from Eastern Connecticut Health Network after shadowing Dave and his preceptor in the field as they responded to emergency calls.