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I started my career as a Healthcare Specialist in the US Army and ended up spending a total of six years in the active component. I spent my first two and a half years working as a ground medic out of Fort Riley, K.S. While there, I worked for the 1st Engineer Battalion assessing and treating patients in a clinical setting. In 2015, I attended and graduated UTHSCSA's Critical Care Flight Paramedic program in San Antonio, TX. I was then stationed at Fort Bliss, TX where I provided medical evacuation coverage for the entire installation to include White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. While stationed at Fort Bliss, I deployed to Illesheim, Germany in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve. I also deployed to Houston, Texas and Aguadilla, Puerto Rico to assist with Hurricane relief efforts. I separated from the Army in February of 2018 in order to broaden my experience as a provider and ended up working for AMR as a ALS Ground Ambulance Paramedic/CCT Paramedic. I would soon after segwayed into a firefighter-paramedic position at Alamo Heights Fire Department where I served for 3 years. I now work as a Practice Manager (Ops Director) and EMS Educator for Shurmed/Arclight. Additionally, I work PRN as an EMS Educator/Preceptor for UTHSCSA. I currently hold an AAS in Paramedicine, an AS in Pre-Nursing, and a Bachelors of Science in Nursing. Having graduated nursing school, my plan now is to complete UTHSCSA's Emergency Health Sciences Bachelors program and eventually pursue my dreams of become either an ICU or ER Doctor.
“Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to take rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much, because they live in the gray twilight that knows neither victory nor defeat.”
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