emsCharts, Inc. Hires Deborah McCoy-Freeman as Assistant Training Director
Pittsburgh, PA – emsCharts, Inc. announced this week that Deborah McCoy-Freeman has been hired as Assistant Training Director for their line of Emergency Medical Services software.
Deb’s experience in EMS education and program development spans over 20 years. Her clinical background includes critical care, trauma, and emergency department nursing. Prior to joining emsCharts, Inc. she served as the EMS Education Specialist for the University of Pittsburgh Medical (UPMC) Center Prehospital Care Program for 9 years, where she used emsCharts.com to coordinate onsite and online training and education for more than 40 ALS ambulance services in southwest Pennsylvania.
“Deb brings with her a valuable combination of educational knowledge and clinical experience,” says emsCharts President John Massie of McCoy-Freeman. “Her expertise will be a tremendous resource for the emsCharts Training Department, our company, and for our customers.” Massie adds, “We are thrilled to have Deb join the emsCharts team!”
Deb spent 7 years in northeast North Dakota developing and implementing a rural ALS intercept program in the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). The project encompassed the development of multi-level protocols, mutual aid and billing contracts, training and education for EMS providers and hospital staff. Deb also served as the Regional EMS Coordinator and Ambulance Training Officer for Altru Health System in Grand Forks, ND. Originally from the Iowa/Illinois area, Deb has been an RN since 1979 and a paramedic since 1990, launching her EMS education experience in 1989 as an EMS Nurse Educator for Trinity Medical Center, EMS Department in Moline, IL.
emsCharts, Inc. (www.emscharts.com) provides pre-hospital care professionals with dynamic, state-of-the-art solutions for optimized patient health care, quality assurance and operational productivity. Developed in conjunction with and fully tested by medical and public safety profession.
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