EMS Abounds
Exceptional EMS Education by Kevin Jenckes

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Kevin Jenckes

Paramedic since 1988
EMT-Intermediate 1987
EMT-Basic 1985
US Army Combat Medical Specialist 1986

Exeter Hospital; Paramedic/EMS Education Specialist/Clinical Leader 2008- present
Trinity EMS; Paramedic 2010-2012
New Durham, NH Fire Department; 2006-present; EMS Coordinator 2006-2010
Frisbie Memorial Hospital; Paramedic 1987-1995/2001-2010
US Army Reserve/National Guard; Combat Medial Specialist 1985-2001
American Medical Response; Paramedic 1994-2002
JetMed, Inc; Flight Paramedic 1994-1995

     Nationally Registered; New Hampshire; Massachusetts

NH EMS Instructor/Coordinator #50288

American Heart Association Instructor:
     Basic Life Support (CPR and First Aid)
     Advanced Cardiac Life Support
     Pediatric Advanced Life Support

American Academy of Pediatrics Instructor:
     Pediatric Education for PreHospital Providers (PEPP)

NH Fire Standards and Training:
     Career Level Firefighter
     Operations Level Hazardous Materials
     Rapid Intervention Team
     Level Two Auto Extrication

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                          (Merriam-Webster dictionary)

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