At MVHSS the goal in creating this company was to gather many experts in their respective fields, who are enthusiastic about teaching. By doing this, the learning environment is one that is enjoyable and has the most educational impact. We want to bring our experience into the classroom and teach from our real-life experiences in order to have maximum impact on the learner.
Our staff is composed of Firefighters and Emergency Medical Services personnel with education and experience in the local 911 system. When it comes to learning CPR/First Aid you want to learn from people who are more than just instructors, at MVHSS it's a part of our daily lives.
From our EMT’s and Paramedics who have real Basic Life Support, Advanced Life Support, Critical Care Transport and CPR experience to our RN’s have diverse experience within the local hospital healthcare system including: medical, pulmonary and cardiac fields as well as learning from our social workers who are experienced in dealing with child abuse and child counseling as well as family counseling.
Experience makes the difference.
I serve my community as a Firefighter/ Paramedic (EMS). Level 2 Firefighter and a Paramedic in the state of Ohio. Associate’s of Applied Science in EMS Technologies from Clark State in 2006 and in 2008 received my Fire and EMS instructor certifications from the state of Ohio. I am a CPR and first aid instructor for the American Heart Association, as well as ASHI. including a rescue diver for Mad River Township and the training coordinator for the City of New Carlisle Fire Division.
Registered nurse for thirty years. 2009 I graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University with a bachelor’s degree in nursing. I have worked as a public health nurse for seventeen years. Currently I am the communicable disease control program manager at the Greene County Combined Health District in Xenia, Ohio. I also am the tuberculosis control unit specialist and public health emergency incident commander for communicable diseases. “Healthy People ensure Healthy Communities."