9-Apr-2010 Source: Carilion Clinic Patient Transportation
Carilion Clinic Patient Transportation Services (CCPT) was pleased to welcome 2 members of the Rotary International Group Study Exchange (GSE) Program today at our Roanoke base. The Rotary Foundation’s GSE Program is a unique cultural and vocational exchange opportunity for professionals between the ages of 25 and 40 who are in the early stages of their careers. For 4 to 6 weeks, team members experience the host country’s culture and institutions, observe how their vocations are practiced abroad, and exchange ideas.
Our visitors today were both from Thailand: Orathai Tiangtam, RN and Rujapa Jiamtanopachai, Nurse Practioner, were given a full tour of our CCPT/Life-Guard operations.
We wish them well during their visits and hope that Carilion Clinic added a high point to their experience!
Carilion Clinic Patient Transportation Services (CCPT) provides air and ground ambulance transportation 24 hours a day. One of the first fully integrated patient transport services in the country, CCPT is the premier transport division of the Carilion Clinic. The service is also available for transports to West Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee and anywhere in Virginia. Transport is accomplished by our regional ambulance divisions or the Carilion Clinic Life-Guard Critical Care Division.
(pictured above, L to R: Doug Wright, RN, Rujapa Jiamtanopachai, NP, Chase Bower, NREMT-P, Orathai Tiangtam, RN, and Kevin Peters, Safety Officer)