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Alan J. Azzara, JD, EMT-P

Alan J. Azzara, JD, EMT-P Alan J. Azzara, JD, EMT-P, has been involved in EMS for more than 20 years as a paramedic, instructor and manager. He’s the vice president of human resources and general counsel for North East Mobile Health Services in Maine. He frequently writes and lectures on a wide variety of EMS issues and is the co-author of Legal Aspects of Emergency Medical Services. Contact him at medlawaa@aol.com.

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