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St. George – HINTONBURDICK CPAS & ADVISORS acquired NICK LANG & ASSOCIATES. Nick Lang & Associates served an expansive client base of individuals and small businesses in the St. George area.
St. George – A 104,060-square-foot manufacturing facility located on 8.47 acres in St. George was recently sold by CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD|COMMERCE. The facility formerly housed the CABINETEC cabinet manufacturing and distribution facility located at 188 N. 3050 East. Travis Parry represented the seller, CITIBANK and Tom Callister represented the buyer, P.E.C. ENGINEERING.
Gold Cross Donates Life Paks to Dixie EMS Program
St. George – GOLD CROSS AMBULANCE donated four portable cardiac Life Pak monitors to DIXIE STATE COLLEGE’s Emergency Medical Services program.
Each Life Pak features cardiac monitoring and defibrillator functions that allow paramedics and EMTs to intervene in patients suffering cardiac-related issues including sudden cardiac arrest. The equipment will help students learning how to perform advanced cardiac life support and will provide valuable experience in EKG interpretation and dynamic cardiology.
“The donation of these monitors will greatly enhance the quality of the educational experience of our students,” says Malinda Whipple, EMS program co-coordinator. “We are so grateful to Gold Cross Ambulance for their generosity and know these monitors will be put to good use.”
Established in 1995, Dixie State College’s EMS program is designed to prepare students for career opportunities in pre-hospital emergency care such as ambulance, fire department, search and rescue, law enforcement and volunteer service. Pre-hospital emergency care involves a wide scope of activities, like recognition and management of patients with heart disease, trauma, burns, poisoning, alcohol and drug abuse, childbirth, acute psychiatric disorders, and other medical emergencies.