Greg has more than 30 years of public safety and health care experience ranging from hospital to prehospital patient care, air medical transport, EMS management, tactical medicine, critical care transport, firefighting and law enforcement. In EMS education for more than 10 years, he has a passion for student success and tries to bring practical, real-world applications to the classroom.
He started his medical career as a health occupations student in high school and worked as a flight paramedic for nearly 20 years on both fixed and rotor wing platforms, as a peace officer and as a SWAT tactical medic. He holds credentials as a licensed paramedic (LP), nationally registered paramedic (NRP) and certified flight paramedic (FP-C).
He holds a doctorate in health psychology from Northcentral University, a master’s degree in public administration (M.P.A.) and bachelor’s degree in emergency management administration, as well as an associate degree in paramedicine technology.
As a scoutmaster for Boy Scouts of America, Greg teaches CPR, and merit badges for first aid, emergency preparedness and safety to scouts and scouters.