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Dominion Cove Point Recognizes Providers
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By Chief of CALS Chris Shannon FTO
December 6, 2017

Today Dominion Cove Point recognized several providers from CALS and Solomon's vfd for a cardiac arrest save that occurred on the Cove Point Site back in October. PMIC's Jeri Mumper and Robert Schapiro were recognized for their work in providing care to a Dominion employee who suddenly collapsed and went into cardiac arrest in the construction area. Co-workers who were trained in CPR immediately began to provide care to their co-worker while another employee brought an AED to the scene. The patient received two shocks along with several minutes of CPR but thanks to the efforts of the Dominion employees the patient had a pulse and blood pressure upon the arrival of Solomon's and CALS units. The employee has made a full recovery and is back to work at Cove Point. Today at the luncheon, was a chance for friends, family and co-workers and EMS providers to all come together and celebrate the incredible team work that saved this employees life. Dominion Cove Point also today showed their continued support of local Fire/EMS agencies by making donations to both organizations to help us support our volunteer organizations. Thank you Dominion

Units: Paramedics, Jeri Mumper & Robert Schapiro
 
Paramedics Mumper and Schapiro along with members of Solomon's VFD get a chance to see the patient they saved back in October.
Paramedics Mumper and Schapiro along with members of Solomon's VFD get a chance to see the patient they saved back in October.
Chief Shannon speaking with the co-workers who provided the crucial initial CPR and AED to save the patient's life.
Chief Shannon speaking with the co-workers who provided the crucial initial CPR and AED to save the patient's life.
 
Captain Hiepler and Lt Madariaga receive a generous donation to CALS from Dominion Cove Point for their efforts in saving the life of one of the Dominion employee.
Captain Hiepler and Lt Madariaga receive a generous donation to CALS from Dominion Cove Point for their efforts in saving the life of one of the Dominion employee.
 

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