Being a paramedic has been an incredibly rewarding career that I would like to share with you.  In my career I have had the satisfaction of great partners, saving lives and have mastered pre-hospital care at the paramedic level.   I have helped dozens of EMT’s become paramedics and want to reach more motivated EMS professionals who want to be the best.  I have been teaching paramedics since 1992 and know the strategies for success as well as the pitfalls that cause students to fail.  I want to share this information with you and answer your questions about paramedic education.  Check out the posts and suggestions for paramedic class success.

About the Author:

Steven Kanarian BS, MPH, is an accomplished EMS professional with over 25 years experience including paramedic, EMS supervisor, FEMA USAR Medical Specialist and EMS educator.   Steven currently teaches paramedics at the City University of New York, LaGuardia Community College Paramedic Program.  Steven  retired from the New York City Fire Department,  EMS Command as a Lieutenant.

Steven is a freelance writer and lecturer who has published articles and spoken on pre-hospital care, EMS education, supervision and MCI management topics.

Steven’s areas of specialty are paramedic education, MCI management and EMS supervision/leadership.  Steven is available for lectures, consulting, and projects that make the difference.

See Steve’s videos at MedicMentor on YouTube

Look at my book: The Downwind Walk: A USAR Paramedics experiences on September 11, 2001 

contact:  stevenkanarian@gmail.com

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