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This site is dedicated to all the Allied Health, Emergency Medical Service and Public Safety personnel, some of them without compensation, in the City and County of San Diego, California and throughout the world that serve the public day in and day out and preform their duties, These men and women of all ages, race, creed, color, religious background, national origin, ancestry, and sex, whose unselfish act of devotion has improved, without measure, the quality and effectiveness of prehospital care and human life.

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Congratulations! Your webpage has been selected to receive the "FLY WITH EAGLES" award presented by HART Enterprises ( This award was implemented because in 1984, as the result of an accident while serving as an officer on active duty with the US Army, I became a quadriplegic, paralyzed from the chest down. In a veterans hospital for 10 months, I was among many young men struggling to put a sense of worth back into their lives. I always admired our national symbol, the bald eagle, for its strength, courage and beauty, and its ability to soar on the slightest of winds. It was what those of us in the hospital were trying to do - muster up the strength and courage to live our lives with the least amount of help. Now I am in a position financially, physically, and spiritually to recognize others for their efforts. Thus, the "Fly With Eagles" award was born. We surf the net looking for worthy web pages. And, in some cases, web pages are recommended to us. Your respect for proper NET ETHICS and your ability to display your webpage in a LOGICAL, INFORMATIVE, and CREATIVE format places you among only a handful of webmasters that have received this award.

Sincerely Bruce Hart LTC USA (Ret) Life Member of the Paralyzed Veterans of America
"While on active duty as an officer with the US Army, I became a quadriplegic, paralyzed from the chest down. After a medevac flight (where I had to be resuscitated by the medic on board), I spent 6 weeks in "Shock Trauma" (where I needed to be resuscitated for a second time).Now I am in a position financially, physically, and spiritually to recognize others for their efforts. Thus, the "FLY WITH EAGLES" award was born."
"A special and appreciative thank you to Officer Ron Fleischer of the Windsor Colorado Police Department for designing our award."

Bruce Hart LTC USA (Ret)

To all whom this site shall come Greetings. Know ye, that I, confiding in the outstanding
of The San Diego Paramedics do as of this date Feb 6 in the year of our Lord one thousand nineteen hundred and ninety eight and of the great Independence of the "United States of America" the two hundred and twenty second year bestow upon the above named "Patriot" with great pride for the exceptional display of "Outstanding Patriotism."
this Award Presented by:
Al Varelas - USMC
Decorated Vietnam Veteran
26th Marine Regiment
Khe Sanh Combat Base
Republic of South Vietnam
Know ye all who preview this presentation, that this Award is confered upon True Patriots only. Be it also known that this Award is given at the discretion of it's originator, or by recommendation of a receipient, and cannot be applied for...

Family-Friendly Site SafeSurf Blue Ribbon Green Ribbon A 911 Showcase Site

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Y2K Virus Alert for HazMat and EMS - Public Safety Personnel

Continuing Education for paramedics just became easier:
Click here...

Latex Allergies are becoming more frequent in
Health Care Workers...


  • 17 % of all health care workers have developed the Latex Allergy: More than 100,000 Health Care Workers
  • 1 % of the population has a Latext Allergy
Seat Belts Save Lives

It makes Good sense!!! It is great common sense!

They would have lived if they were wearing their
seat belts.

Important information for all concerned parents and NetSurfers!!!

Attention current & former San Diego City Paramedics!!!

Click here for information regarding the multiple lawsuits pending or filed against American Medical Services pertaining to missing Social Sercurity $.$$, payroll shortages and bounce charges, misappropriated and missing 401-K retirement $.$$, and Medical Insurance deficits. The last estimate calculated is somewhere over $ 2,000,000.00 in deficit owed to the prior contracted employees.

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Maybe you can help these kids??? Just a thought...
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Missing Childrens Network
These graphics created by Maeve
A most wonderful, kind and generous soul!

Contact The California Department of Justice:
Missing Persons Site

If you have information on Missing Persons.
CALL: 1-800-222-FIND
outside California CALL:
(916) 227-3290

Victims of Crimes

If you, or someone you love, or someone you care about is a victim of a crime, you should know:

The Office For Victims of Crimes

Also: Californians can access The Victims of Crimes Program...

Victims, family members and loved ones may be eligible for reimbursement of expenses resulting from a crime:

For help:
State Board of Control
Po.O. Box # 3036
Sacramento, CA. 95812-3036


OR call:

Victims of Crime Resource Center at:
1-800-VICTIMS (1-800-842-8467)

Victims expenses may be reimbursed for:

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