Chief Clinical Officer
Chris oversees clinical development, quality assurance, education and research associated with pre-hospital medicine at Brewster Ambulance Service in Weymouth MA. Brewster Ambulance Service currently operates 350 vehicles from 30 locations, 7 municipal 911 contracts and over 450,000 transports annually. He has over twenty six years of pre-hospital care and clinical experience. After moving to Denver, Colorado, to deepen his experience with a career in EMS, he returned to Massachusetts and worked for multiple non-transport, hospital- based advanced life support services along the South Shore.
Chris also worked for ten years with Boston MedFlight as a flight paramedic and was previously the Tactical Medical Element Leader for the Metropolitan Law Enforcement Council and the FBI Boston SWAT Advanced Life Support Division and current tactical medical element leader for the Quincy police Swat, marine unit and dive team. Chris is a graduate of Northeastern University and has extensive training in Advanced Trauma Life Support and Fundamentals of Critical Care Support for adult and pediatric patients.
This session will provide a dissection of the systems of care associated with EMS and the relationships of each discipline. Takeaways include the integration of communications, telehealth, MIH, EMS, tactical, air medical, large event planning and analytics