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Audio Interview: 2012 EMS 10 Winner Jessica DeMarzo

This week on the show, we continue to bring you a series of interviews and discussions from the EMS 10 Awardees. These awards recognize leadership and innovation in emergency medical services. This episode features an interview with Jessica DeMarzo, a student at Purchase College, State University of New York. She single handedly started an on campus, student-run EMS system to supplement the nearby 911 response. I was lucky enough to catch up with Jessica in-between her exams and work earlier this month. Here’s that interview with this EMS 10 Awardee.

Stay tuned for more segments on updates in the science of resuscitation from upcoming episodes of the show featuring EMS 10 Award Winners from this year’s EMS Today conference in Washington, D.C.

Thanks again to Physio-Control for sponsoring this and other episodes of Innovations in Patient Care. Make sure you say thank you to them on Facebook or Twitter for helping me bring you some of the best in health care innovators every year.

I’m your host, Jamie Davis, the Podmedic. You can check out my other shows in the iTunes directory or at MedicCast.com. I’ll be back soon with more from Innovations in Patient Care. In the meantime, stay safe and stay tuned here to Innovations in Patient Care.

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