First Responders Salute HealthCare Professionals

By: Sergeant Mike Evans
| Published 04/22/2020


MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX - On Thursday, April 23, 2020 from 6:00 pm-7:00 pm, Montgomery County Law Enforcement, Fire Service, and EMS personnel will come together to honor our brothers and sisters in the medical profession for their tireless and professional service to our community. A Red and Blue Parade of emergency vehicles will weave their way around our local hospitals as a salute to healthcare workers who have sacrificed their time, proven their skills, and stepped into harm’s way to protect our community.

The Coronavirus pandemic has challenged us with boundaries we’ve never faced before. Our typical interactions a few months ago have been replaced with physical boundaries that have tested us, but not defeated us. The Red and Blue Parade is a way for First Responders outside hospital walls to say to First Responders inside hospital walls “We salute you, we pray for you, and we are in this together.”

Sheriff Rand Henderson is proud to be included among the agency leaders of law enforcement, fire, and EMS who want to take a moment out of a busy day and simply say, “Thank You!” to our medical community for their fearless work in serving our public.

The following hospitals and care facilities were saluted:
- HCA Healthcare, Conroe
- Houston Methodist, The Woodlands
- Memorial Hermann, The Woodlands
- CHI St. Luke’s, The Woodlands
- Texas Children’s, The Woodlands
- Lone Star Family Health Center, Spring
- HCA Kingwood Medical Center, Kingwood

Agencies participating:
- Conroe Fire
- Conroe ISD PD
- Conroe PD
- ESD 1
- ESD 7
- ESD 8
- Magnolia PD
- Montgomery County Sheriff
- Montgomery ISD
- Montgomery PD
- Oak Ridge PD
- Panorama Village PD
- Patton Village PD
- Pct. 1 Constables
- Pct. 2 Constables
- Pct. 3 Constables
- Pct. 4 Constables
- Pct. 5 Constables
- Porter Fire
- Shenandoah PD
- Splendora ISD
- Splendora PD
- Texas DPS
- Willis PD
- Woodlands Fire

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