From left are Keith Page, Anderson Hospital president; Brad Perry, Anderson Hospital EMS coordinator; Eric Brandmeyer, Anderson Hospital emergency preparedness director; Lisa Klaustermeier, Anderson Hospital chief nursing officer; Todd Zobrist; Brian Wilson, Highland Fire-EMS; and Tim Rusteberg, Highland-Fire EMS captain.
From left are Keith Page, Anderson Hospital president; Brad Perry, Anderson Hospital EMS coordinator; Eric Brandmeyer, Anderson Hospital emergency preparedness director; Lisa Klaustermeier, Anderson Hospital chief nursing officer; Todd Zobrist; Brian Wilson, Highland Fire-EMS; and Tim Rusteberg, Highland-Fire EMS captain. Provided
From left are Keith Page, Anderson Hospital president; Brad Perry, Anderson Hospital EMS coordinator; Eric Brandmeyer, Anderson Hospital emergency preparedness director; Lisa Klaustermeier, Anderson Hospital chief nursing officer; Todd Zobrist; Brian Wilson, Highland Fire-EMS; and Tim Rusteberg, Highland-Fire EMS captain. Provided

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