What do paramedics want? Examining the 2022 EMS Trend Report
Join Fitch & Associates, EMS1 and EMS Survey Team to examine the perceptions and experiences of EMS providers across the country
EMS1 is proud to be the Premier Media Sponsor of the Pinnacle Webinar Series. On Monday, Dec. 12, at 1 p.m. CT, Greg Friese, MS, NRP; Lyn Berghuis; James Campbell; Samantha Katterman and Thomas Moore will discuss “What Do Paramedics Want? Examining the 2022 EMS Trend Report,” presented by Fitch & Associates. Register today.
What do paramedics want? Join Fitch & Associates, EMS1 and EMS Survey Team to examine the 2022 EMS Trend Report and the perceptions and experiences across the country on topics like staffing, clinical adoption, leadership, safety and hope for the future.
On Monday, Dec. 12, at 1 p.m. CT, Greg Friese, MS, NRP; Lyn Berghuis; James Campbell; Samantha Katterman and Thomas Moore will discuss “What Do Paramedics Want? Examining the 2022 EMS Trend Report,”
About the speakers
Greg Friese, MS, NRP
Greg Friese is the Lexipol editorial director, leading the efforts of the editorial team on EMS1, Police1, FireRescue1 and Corrections1. Friese served as the EMS1 editor-in-chief for five years. He is an educator, author, national registry paramedic since 2005, and a long-distance runner.
Lyn Berghuis serves as the experience improvement specialist at the EMS Survey Team. She has more than 15 years of healthcare experience working in a variety of leadership capacities. She has extraordinary command of data analytics, performance improvement initiatives and goal setting.
James Campbell began his EMS and Fire career in 2002 in Fayetteville, North Carolina. He joined Montgomery County Hospital District (MCHD) in June of 2018 and began his role as the Chief of EMS in March of 2019. He has a bachelor’s degree in Emergency Health Sciences from The University of Texas Health Science Center. He is the recipient of the Pinnacle 2022 Emerging EMS Leader Award.
Samantha Katterman is a field operation supervisor at American Medical Response in Multnomah County, Oregon. She has been a paramedic for over 20 years and has worked as a field provider, preceptor and FTO. She's worked on special teams, such as FEMA deployments, wildland fire medical, and the Reach and Treat team. She is passionate about process improvement, increasing employee morale and retention.
Thomas Moore is senior associate, Fitch & Associates, and serves as MedServ’s director of emergency medical services for University Medical Center EMS in Lubbock, Texas. In addition to on-site management services, he coordinates client engagements and assessments and serves as faculty for Fitch's Ambulance Service Manager and Communications Center Manager certification programs.
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