Jan 24, 2017
Fairlambs Donate LIFEPAK® 15 to BRMC EMS
Rick and Pam Fairlamb recently made a generous donation to Baxter Regional
Medical Centerand#39;s (BRMC) Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program to
purchase a LIFEPAK® 15 monitor/defibrillator. Rick and Pam have been
volunteers at BRMC since 2010 and have performed many volunteer tasks
since that time. Recently they have found themselves at the helm of a
very important volunteer-led function - leading new employees on a tour
of the hospital to familiarize them with the intricacies of the facility.
Rick and Pam will be the first to tell you they also learn something new
each time they lead one of these tours.
Their recent donation to purchase the additional LIFEPAKandreg; 15 for BRMC
EMS was a direct result of what they observed from Ambulance Services
Supervisor Chris Fry, EMT-P, on one such tour. The LIFEPAK® 15 is
the most advanced monitor/defibrillator on the market. It establishes
the standard in innovation, operations and toughness, thus enhancing the
patient care provided by BRMC Ambulance staff and Cline Emergency Center.
The LIFEPAK® 15 allows data connectivity to easily and securely collect
and send patient information directly to physicians and staff from the
As the new LIFEPAKandreg; 15 was being installed in a BRMC ambulance, the
Fairlambs were on hand and described some of the motivation behind their
donation. “We want the very best technology available at our hospital.
Volunteering time and resources makes our lives more meaningful. It gives
us a great deal of satisfaction knowing we have improved the quality of
life in the community. We encourage others to donate their time and/or
financial help. The rewards are amazing."