The hosts of the EMS Handoff Podcast are joined by Ed Moreland, NRP. They cover a variety of topics, including advocating for the patient, profession and self.
Ed is a Metro Washington, DC native, and a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and PA Army National Guardsman who has been actively engaged in EMS since 1990 when he ran his first EMS call as a volunteer in Montgomery County, PA.
A Nationally Registered Paramedic, Ed has worked in a variety of EMS models, including non-profit, for-profit, hospital-based and rural systems. He has served as a paramedic, supervisor, regulator, deputy chief and chief. He is currently working in senior leadership with a national medical transportation provider.
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