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3 Pondering Points Regarding Alternative Transport Destinations

Thu, Jan 27, 2022 · 12:00 PM · Central Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar

The concept of transporting patients somewhere other than an emergency department surely is innovative … but it may also be impractical. Whether your ambulance service is participating in the ET3 initiative or not, now’s the time to start pondering these three points regarding alternative transport destinations.

  • - Examining whether transporting patients to an alternative destination is feasible or practical for your ambulance service and system.
  • - Assessing whether your community is set-up with the right health care infrastructure to handle alternative patient transports.
  • - Evaluating whether transporting patients to an alternative destination solves the problem, or simply moves it to another location.
Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Fire Chief, Mesa Fire/Medical Dept - Meza, AZ
Mary Cameli is the Fire Chief of the Mesa Fire and Medical Department in Phoenix, Arizona. She began her career as a firefighter in 1983 with the Mesa Fire and Medical Department and was one of the first females hired by the organization. She held each rank in the organization including 11 years as assistant chief, prior to being selected as fire chief.

Mary is a Past President of the Arizona Fire Chiefs Association (AFCA) and Past Chair of the Child Crisis Arizona Board. She has served the past 13 years with Mesa Sunrise Rotary holding the position of President in 2012. Mary currently serves as a member of the Community Bridges Board and is a member of the AFCA Board.

Mary received Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Elementary and Physical Education and holds a Master's Degree in Organizational Management.
Webinar hosting presenter
Chief of EMS, Saratoga County (NY)
Chair, IAFC EMS Section

Mike McEvoy is the Chief of EMS for Saratoga County, New York, the Chief Medical Officer
for the West Crescent Fire Department and a nurse clinician in the cardiac surgical ICU at
Albany Medical Center where he also teaches critical care medicine. He was appointed to a
vacancy on the EMS Section Executive Committee in 2013, elected secretary of the section in
2014, elected chair of the Section in 2016 and again in 2019. He has been a member of IAFC
since 2007.
Webinar hosting presenter
Senior Project Specialist - Public Consulting Group
Tim Nowak joined PCG’s Public Safety Consulting Services, following a 20-year career as an EMS clinician (career firefighter and paramedic/critical care paramedic), educator, content contributor, and administrator with extensive background in training, quality assurance, administration, operations, logistics, and mobile integrated healthcare/community paramedicine disciplines. His work experience spans rural, suburban, urban, and hospital settings in four states as well as various EMS association boards and state rule work groups. Most recently, Tim served as Assistant EMS Chief of Special Operations for a county-wide, municipal EMS agency in Florida running over 50,000 calls per year. Tim is also the founder and CEO of Emergency Medical Solutions, LLC, an independent EMS content and development company that he established in 2010.
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