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Tammy Appleby, NREMT-B

Tammy Appleby, NREMT-B

Tammy Appleby, NREMT-B, is executive assistant to the medical director for the Office of the Medical Director in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Retired from the U.S. Air Force, she has an accomplished career in medical operation administration and leadership. Contact her at applebyt@emsa.net.

 

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