Brett Coghlan, the Logistics Coordinator for the Austin County Emergency Medical Service, has been awarded the Texas Ambulance Presidents Award for his exceptional contributions to the EMS community in Texas. The award is a testament to Coghlan’s unwavering dedication to improving patient care and advancing the EMS profession in Austin County and beyond.

Coghlan has been a vital member of the Austin County EMS team for many years, serving in various roles and capacities. In his current role as Logistics Coordinator, Coghlan is responsible for managing the agency’s equipment and supplies, ensuring that ambulances are fully stocked and ready to respond to emergencies at a moment’s notice.

Under Coghlan’s leadership, the Austin County EMS has  improved the agency’s efficiency, effectiveness, and overall quality of care. Coghlan’s tireless efforts have helped to ensure that the agency is always prepared to provide the highest level of care to patients in need.

The Texas Ambulance Presidents Award is a true honor, recognizing those who have dedicated their lives to improving the health and wellbeing of their communities. Coghlan’s recognition is a testament to his tireless efforts and unwavering commitment to excellence in EMS, and a reminder of the vital importance of the EMS profession in our society.


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