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J. Harold Logan, BS, EMT-P – I/C

J. Harold Logan, BS, EMT-P – I/C

 J. Harold Logan, BS, EMT-P – I/C, is a 28-year veteran of fire-based EMS and serves as a lieutenant firefighter/paramedic for the Memphis Fire Department in an EMS administration capacity, specializing in EMS consequence management, emergency preparedness, quality improvement and education. His national recognition for innovation in EMS education includes the EMS 10: Innovators in EMS award. Logan also holds a bachelor’s degree in health and safety. For more than a decade, he has also served as a rescue/medical specialist and a medical coordinator for FEMA’s Tennessee Task Force One Urban Search and Rescue Team. Contact him at jharoldlogan1@att.net .

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