Friday, December 14, 2012

Johnson City Names New EMS Head
A veteran emergency medical services figure in Northeast Tennessee will be stepping into the Executive Director's position at the Washington County/Johnson City EMS agency. 37-year-old Dan Wheeley of Jonesborough has been named by the EMS Board of Directors to head the 114 employees and run the $10 million annual budget of the EMS agency. Interim Operations Director Brad Gerfin, also a longtime EMS agency veteran was in the final running with Wheeley for the top job. Executive Director Allen Taylor retired from the Washington County Johnson City EMS agency in October. Wheeley will be negotiating the contract with the agency within the next week with the salary expected be in the mid-$70,000 range. The veteran paramedic and rescue expert says he plans to continue operation of his privately owned emergency services training company in Jonesborough.(CS)

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