Robert Walters has been chosen by his peers to be honored as a Star of Life for his commitment to his patients and his community.
Bob has been a dedicated Paramedic for Regional Ambulance Service since 1992. He began his EMS career in 1985 as a First Responder in Orwell, VT, and then worked in Boston for six years, where he obtained his Paramedic certification. When he returned to Vermont, Bob continued to work as a Field Paramedic with Regional Ambulance Service.
Over his 27 years (25 years full time) with Regional Ambulance Service, Bob has been an active mentor to current and new employees. He is always willing to share his knowledge with students and coworkers and does so in a very constructive way. He provides exceptional patient care and goes above and beyond expectations.
No matter the situation, Bob not only treats the medical needs of the patients, but also exhibits professional behavior. He is dependable and often works extra shifts when needed.
Bob and his family are active in their church, which positively impacts the communities of Rutland County.
We are proud to have Bob Walters representing Regional Ambulance Service and living up to our motto of “Serving People First with Pride, Proficiency and Professionalism.”