April 28th, 2016
Marc Herbert first volunteered for CES back in 1993, which helped spark an early interest in the medical field. Marc went on to become a registered nurse, and today is a nurse leader at F.F. Thompson Hospital. Earlier this year, he made the jump from volunteer to per diem road paramedic for CES.
When he’s not at Thompson or CES, Marc owns and operates three businesses in his hometown of Geneva—Mr. Twistee’s Ice Cream (which has two locations) and Toeprints Dance Studio—with his wife Barbara. Marc and Barbara have a 2-year-old daughter named Amelia.
April 25th, 2016
The weather is (finally) getting better, and that means kids will be out and about in not time. This is a great time to remind kids about the importance of helmet safety. For drivers, be aware of children especially near schools and in residential areas. Slow down and stay safe!
April 19th, 2016
If you've been injured, we can help you back on your feet. Borrow crutches, canes and walkers from our community loan closet. And when you're done, donate them back to us so someone else can benefit as well.
April 15th, 2016
CES Chief Ken Beers was featured recently in an article about paramedicine in In Good Health magazine. This free magazine is available at most grocery stores, so definitely pick it up and give it a read.
April 12th, 2016
Our East Bloomfield district is run completely by volunteers giving their time, dedication and skill to benefit those in need.