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Central Shenandoah EMS Council hires EMS educator


ems councilCentral Shenandoah EMS Council announced that Jeremy Green, a nationally registered paramedic and certified Virginia Education Coordinator, has joined its staff as a full-time EMS educator.

The addition of Jeremy to the staff is key to the EMS Council’s ability to offer a full range of EMS educational programming to include its new online emergency medical technician (EMT) programs.

Prior to joining CSEMS, Green served as a full time paramedic and shift supervisor for the Waynesboro First Aid Crew — a position he has held since 2009. While employed at WFAC, he also served on the agency’s Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement Committee and served as a regional preceptor. As a regional preceptor, Green has assisted with the field training of new EMS providers in the region.

Additionally, Green served in the United States National Guard as an infantryman and combat life saver from 2006 to 2013, serving two tours of duty in Operation Iraqi Freedom.



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