44 leaders graduate from Ambulance Service Manager Program

Graduates from the 2021 class will be honored in August at the Pinnacle Leadership Conference in Phoenix, Arizona

By Rachel Engel

PLATTE CITY, Mo. — Forty-four EMS leaders recently graduated from the Fitch & Associates 2021 Spring Ambulance Service Manager (ASM) program.

The blended learning curriculum included both online learning elements and two weeks spent in a traditional classroom setting in Corpus Christi, Texas.

Participants were exposed to ideas designed to elevate their skills as leaders in the field, with industry insights provided by Todd Stout; Jerry Overton; Frank Gresh; Jay Fitch, PhD; Anthony Minge, EdD; Thomas Moore; Todd Sheridan; David Nelson; DMin; and Mike Taigman.

The class leadership award was given to Josh McGaughey, platoon chief for the inter-facility transfer division at St. Charles County (Mo.) Ambulance District.

“I found value in every aspect of the ASM program,” McGaughey said in a press release. “In my experience, the curriculum paired with top-flight educators was instrumental to me personally and I believe to any EMS leader with upward career trajectory in mind.”

Graduates from the spring class will be honored at the Pinnacle Leadership Conference held from August 9-13 in Phoenix, Arizona.

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