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May 9, 2021

Join Us in Celebrating Mother’s Day 2021

It’s that time of year again where we join those near and far to say thank you to all of the loving, hard working, brave and […]
May 6, 2021

Former Proby of the Month Spotlight: Firefighter Vanessa Schoening

On this Throwback Thursday, we’re catching up with former Proby of the Month Ladder 9 Firefighter Vanessa Schoening. Since being featured on Join FDNY in 2014, […]
May 3, 2021

Staten Island EMT Frank Dades Gives Back to His Home Borough

Meet Emergency Medical Technician Frank Dades from Station 23 in Staten Island. Dades joined the FDNY in 2018 and is approaching his third year with the […]

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Posted @withregram • @fdny FDNY celebrates #EMSWeek by recognizing #FDNY Captain Lizette Claro from #Station22. Captain Claro says “I joined EMS in 1989, it sounded like a very interesting way to help people. I work on Staten Island and it is a hometown feeling. The community is small and most of us who work here live here too. I love that we are here serving our community. The members at my station were amazing during the past year. They all worked long hours and met the challenge. Helping people is what we do.” ...

Posted @withregram • @fdny FDNY celebrates #EMSWeek by recognizing #FDNY Paramedic Brian Frayne from #Station22. Paramedic Frayne says “I was a Boy Scout and an Eagle Scout until I was 18. When I was looking for a career, I fell back on what I knew, medicine and first aid. My wife was also a nurse so it seemed right. I began my career in 1994 because I wanted to help people and change people’s lives. I think I’ve delivered about 11 babies into this world and I see the difference I am making. I like being a mentor to the younger members of the Department. I like motivating and encouraging them to take advantage of all the career opportunities we have here in the Department. Mainly, I really like preparing them to help the people of New York City.” ...

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