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John Everlove to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

THOUSAND OAKS, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, April 16, 2018 / -- Most of us spend the course of our life working diligently and dedicate ourselves to our careers so can earn enough money and have prosperous and productive lives. But for many service men and women their jobs involve making our world a safer healthier place and they are a shining example of heroism to us all.

John is an exceptional licensed Paramedic and Emergency Medical Service Provider for over 27 plus years and owner of Acclaim Consulting and Educational Services, a top-notch company that offers consultation and analysis of legal cases as it relates to the medical standard of care for paramedics, EMTs and other prehospital providers. Additionally, his company prides itself on the public education it offers in CPR, AED and First Aid techniques.

“Being a paramedic is an enormous responsibility and there are moments of extreme pulse pounding life threatening situations, requiring focus and dedication,” says John. “There is a tremendous amount of pressure to be as capable, competent and effective as possible because any specific action I take can be the difference between success and failure.”

Besides his primary role and responsibility as a paramedic, John has had an amazingly diverse career including serving with the President and Vice President of the United States, as an expert consultant in the television and film industry, teaching CPR to children and the elderly, educating and consulting with businesses and law firms, and for 18 years he worked courageously at the sheriff’s department aviation unit on a rescue helicopter.

“Even though being a paramedic is not the easier road to undertake in life, if you are genuinely wholeheartedly and steadfastly committed, it’s incredibly rewarding,” says John. “Providing for people in their most monumental time of need and contributing to community service is absolutely priceless.”

One of his essential and most invaluable programs is teaching hands only CPR to high school junior and seniors in the classroom emphasizing its invaluable and extreme significance and effective way to save countless lives.

“With the tragic increase in natural disasters and unforeseen catastrophic circumstances like school shootings, community responsibility has also greatly evolved and has a tremendous impact,” says John. “Ultimately civilian rescuers make a significant and indispensable difference in combating these disasters and we educate individuals in participating and assisting us during emergency situations.”

For all the joys John has experienced he has also undergone heart wrenching tragedy and faced the arduous challenge of learning to cope and overcome loss.

“Regardless of what career you choose there is something unmistakably gratifying about all individuals being connected through community service,” says John. “There are wonderful opportunities to volunteer or contribute in different ways that will make a difference in your community. When you experience the rewards of helping others, you will become staunchly committed and it can help you move forward in everything else you do in your life.”

CUTV news will feature John Everlove in an interview with Doug Llewelyn Monday April 16th at 1 p.m.

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If you have any questions for our guest please call (347) 996-3389.

Author: Beatrice Maria Centeno

Lou Ceparano
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