1 3300 Pinefield Ct Efland, NC Phone: Profile Driven, well-rounded individual bringing over fifteen years of experience as a provider and an educator of field providers. Education Western Carolina University, Cullowhee NC B.S. Emergency Medical Care Durham Technical Community College, Durham NC NAEMT TC 3 Instructor Course NEMSMA EMS-FTEP Course Durham Technical Community College, Durham NC Defensive Tactics Instructor Missouri Southern State University, Joplin MO Defensive Tactics Instructor/Trainer Santa Rosa Junior College, Santa Rosa, CA General Coursework EMS Council, Anchorage, Alaska Methods of Instruction/ EMS Instructor Central Emergency Services, Soldotna, AK; IFSAC Firefighter Tidewater Community College, Virginia Beach, VA Career Studies Certificate EMS Paramedic Albemarle County Fire Rescue Training Division, Albemarle County, VA Charlottesville High School, Charlottesville, VA High School In progress Certified Field Training Officer Advanced-Instructor/Trainer Certification 23 Credit Hours Certification Earned Paramedic, 35 Credit Hours Firefighter I, Firefighter II Advanced Studies Diploma
2 Page 2 Clinical and Educational Experience EMS Officer II (Paramedic Corporal)- Durham County Emergency Medical Services, 206 Milton Road, Durham NC 9/2014 to present Lead Paramedic. Field Training Officer, all levels. Quality Improvement/ Chart Review. Provide leadership and training to field staff. High quality paramedic level care and transportation of the sick and injured. Mitigating a myriad of emergencies. Interacting with internal and external customers, in extremely stressful conditions. Working with Sheriffs department Emergency Response Team as a tactical medic. Multidisciplinary instruction. Paramedic- Durham County Emergency Medical Services, 206 Milton Road, Durham NC 4/2008 to 9/2014 High quality paramedic level care and transportation of the sick and injured. Field Training Officer for employees in EMTB, EMT-I, -EMT-Paramedic roles. Field training students from local community colleges in EMTB, EMT-I, EMT-Paramedic. Mitigating a myriad of emergencies. Interacting with internal and external customers, often during extremely stressful conditions. Working with Sheriff s Department Emergency Response Team as a tactical medic. Multidisciplinary Instruction. EMS Instructor- Durham Technical Community College, 1637 East Lawson Street, Durham NC /2011 to 10/2014 Leading instruction of EMS courses and continuing education. Coordinating educational plans, and writing course content. The role of an EMS instructor requires not only instruction in didactic but also the practical application. Student problem solving and coaching, as well as various administrative tasks. I also provide realistic moulage (effects and makeup to add realisms) for EMS courses. Paramedic Orange County Emergency Medical Services, 510 Meadowlands Drive Hillsborough, NC /2011-7/2012 High quality paramedic level care of the sick and injured. Daily ambulance operations. Field Training.
3 Page 3 Flight Paramedic- Reach Air Medical Services, 451 Aviation Blvd. Suite 201, Santa Rosa CA, /08/2007-3/10/2008 High quality Critical Care of the sick and injured, to include 911 calls and inter-facility transports in the Rotor Wing environment. Regular Air Ambulance Operations. Paramedic- Mendocino Coast District Hospital, 700 River Drive, Fort Bragg, CA 7/2007-4/2008 High quality paramedic level care and transport of the sick and injured. Paramedics at MCDH are also responsible for working in the ER with RNs and MDs in direct patient care. Paramedic- Verihealth Inc. Petaluma, CA. 7/2006-4/2008 Emergency care of the sick & injured in the 911 system. Interfacility transports to specialty centers around Sonoma County, including cardiac catheterization labs and children s specialty centers. Lead instructor for Verihealth s Occidental training courses. Telemetry Tech/CSA- Intensive Care Unit, Sutter Medical Center, Santa Rosa, CA, 9/2005-4/2007 post cardiac surgery. Working with physicians and nurses in direct patient care. Coordinating and obtaining resources according to the needs of the unit. Use of specialized computer systems and other office machines. Paramedic II/Firefighter- Central Emergency Services, Soldotna, Alaska 4/2003-4/2005 Responding to, and mitigating different types of emergencies. Fire suppression and related operations. EMS instructor all levels. Educated community, staff, paid-on-call employees. Aided fire marshals in educating school children and the community about fire safety/prevention. Volunteered for Kids Safe, teaching safety and injury prevention. Volunteered local school reading to children. Provided extended scope care over long distances in extremely harsh conditions. Use of ventilators, medication pumps. Use and interpretation of ISTAT.
4 Page 4 ER Tech- University of Virginia, Department of Emergency Medicine, Charlottesville, VA, 08/2001-7/2002 Phlebotomy and IV access. Aided nurses and physicians in procedures. Provided emergency care of adult and pediatric patients. Worked along side trauma teams in trauma alerts. Unloaded patients from incoming air ambulances. EMT B- University of Virginia Department of Emergency Medicine, Charlottesville, VA, 2/2001-8/2001 Provided quality care and transport of patients within the UVa health system. Assisted paramedics in providing care while responding to emergencies on hospital grounds and within UVA facilities. EMT B- Charlottesville Albemarle Rescue Squad, Charlottesville, VA 3/1999-8/2002 Provided quality patient care and transport, with community minded customer service. Assisting Paramedics in providing care. Vehicle extrication/rescue. FTO for new EMTs. Assisted with EMT classes and state testing. EMT B- Lifecare Medical Transport, Charlottesville, VA 1/1999-2/2001 Provided quality patient care during long distance transports of patients between facilities within the state of Virginia. Aided medics in ALS transports. Firefighter II/EMT B- North Garden Volunteer Fire Department, North Garden, VA 1/1999-1/2000 Fire suppression and related operations. Quality patient care and community-minded customer service. Certifications: Past & Present/Professional Development 1. National Registry Of Emergency Medical Technicians: Paramedic 2. North Carolina EMS Level I Paramedic Instructor 3. Pediatric Emergencies for Prehospital Providers: ALS Provider 4. Prehospital Trauma Life Support: Advanced Provider
5 Page 5 5. Prehospital Trauma Life Support: Tactical Combat Casualty Care Instructor 6. Advanced Cardiac Life Support Experienced Provider 7. Advanced Cardiac Life Support 8. State of Alaska EMT Instructor I, II, III 9. Tactical Medial Operator I 10. Tactical Medical Operator II 11. CAAMTS accredited Ground School (for flight medicine) Reach Air Medical 12. HTR vehicle extrication Albemarle Co. Fire Rescue 13. Incident command systems FEMA 14. Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings New Mexico Tech, via Dept. Of Homeland Security 15. Emergency Vehicle Operator 16. Certified Emergency Vehicle Operator Level II 17. Defensive Tactics 4EMS DT4EMS LLC 18. Advanced Instructor/Instructor trainer- Defensive Tactics for EMS/FD/Healthcare 19. Tactical Paramedic Durham Sheriff s Emergency Response Team (SWAT) 20. Adjunct Instructor for Dive Medical Technician through Diver s Alert Network 21. Rapid Intervention Team /Fireground Survival 22. Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation 23. Field Training Officer Instructor, Durham Technical Community College (A list can be provided as needed) Affiliations/Memberships National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (P ) National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians North Carolina Tactical Medical Association Interests Fitness pursuits Adventure Racing Defensive Tactics and self defense Writing poetry Tactical Medicine Wilderness Medicine
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