This letter is free to copy and customize for your organization. It is a thank you letter from Management to Medics. I do not wish for any credits and you may use it as you see fit.
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Dear fellow EMS professionals,
EMS Week again is upon us and we’d like to take this chance to say thank you for all that you do. We know that everyone who works here puts in long hours and sleepless nights taking care of the needs of our community and meeting our (company)’s mission. We know that you’re dedicated, we know that you care, and we also know that you don’t get the amount of thanks that you deserve most of the time.
So today, we’d like to take this opportunity to say “Thank you” to everyone who works here. Thank you for your time. Thank you for your dedication. Thank you for your caring, your compassion, and your devotion to patient care. Thank you for working long shifts and for holding over to cover late calls. Thank you for taking time away from your families to keep our trucks on the streets for our communities 24/7. Thank you for thinking on your feet to solve new problems for our patients. Thank you for comforting families. Thank you for comforting the community. Thank you for risking your safety. Thank you for your bravery. Thank you for your commitment. Thank you for more than we have space to thank you for. Thank you for more than we know how to thank you for.
EMS Week is an opportunity for the public to recognize what we do out there every day. It’s an opportunity for us to showcase our talents, to let the public know how to use us, when to use us, and why to use us. It’s an opportunity for us to connect with our communities and for them to connect with us. What we do is important. EMS is a necessary service that is vital for our community and the nation. EMTs and Paramedics are the healthcare safety net for all of us. We’re there for everyone when they need them, on their terms, doing what’s best for them. We come to them, meet them as they are, and give them the best that we have to offer. We should use this week to reinforce that, and to improve our relationship with them.
In closing, EMS Week isn’t quite up to the task of thanking heroes. In reality, nothing is. Please know that no matter what happens, we know that you work hard and that you care. We know what you are accomplishing out there and we give you our respect. We give you our sincere thanks. We pledge to support you as best as we are able and we know that you’ll continue to give us your best.
Management of Some Ambulance Company Somewhere