I am a life long resident of Upper Darby Township in South Eastern Pennsylvania. I attended Upper Darby High School and later West Chester University. While at West Chester I obtained a bachelors degree in health sciences with a minor in education. While in college I began my career in EMS, I started out at a volunteer EMT with the Llanerch Fire Company in Haverford Township. During my time at Llanerch Fire Company I discovered that I had a passion for EMS and decided to change my career path from teacher to healthcare and EMS. I was hired by the Haverford Township Paramedic Department as an EMT and I began paramedic school in 2004. Once I completed paramedic school I was promoted from EMT to paramedic with the township. Since then I have lead countless resuscitation attempts and have been providing basic and advanced life support every day. In addition to responding to 911 calls every day I have severed in several other capacities with the township paramedic department. I have been the lead medic on the townships SWAT team. I have also served as the the clinical care coordinator for the department for several years. As the clinical care coordinator I was responsible for training and orientation of the township paramedics and emergency medical technicians.
Since founding Guardian Emergency Training I have taught thousands first aid CPR and other emergency classes. I love having the opportunity to teach others how to save lives.
If you want to learn from someone who not only has years of actual experience but is also able to effectively teach and share those real world experiences with you then please contact me. My goal is to help prepare individuals and organizations for emergencies so that lives can be saved and disability reduced.