Medic2Medic Podcast is for EMTs, Paramedics, EMS Leaders and Medical Directors. The podcast takes a look at the person to see how they got their start in Emergency Medical Services and their dedication to the EMS profession and helping others.
It is that time of year when Medic2Medic replays the most popular podcast in the mix. It was my honor in March of 2015 to talk to Mr. Mantooth. Enjoy.
Episode 216 is Dr. Paul Louis. Paul is the co-founder of Aerosoless Medical. The Safety Neb is a new nebulizer mask with viral filters that were created by Aerosoless. The mask was created in response to the concern about nebulizer treatments during Covid-19. The new aerosol delivery device which allows providers to again provide nebulized treatments. Paul is an experienced, Board Certified Emergency Medicine Physician who is also passionate also about the products that his company is developing to keep Frontline Workers safer. He has been practicing clinically for almost 20 years and you will hear his dedication and compassion for keeping patients and providers safe. We talk about Pauls's career, why Safety Neb was developed, and the path to approval. Here is a video link to the Safety Neb https://youtu.be/TH6gHLbQHAY
Episode 215 is Jeff Jarvis, MD. Jeff Jarvis is the EMS Medical Director for Williamson County EMS and Marble Falls Area EMS in Central Texas. He is board certified in both Emergency Medicine and Emergency Medical Services and retains his active paramedic license today. He is a fellow podcaster with his podcast “EMS Lighthouse Project Podcast”. We talk about his career, EMS culture, podcasting, research. and his passion for EMS, the providers, reearch, and taking care of patients.
Episode 214 is Steve's New Adventure. It has been a while since a new podcast has aired. In this abbreviated podcast the question is answered.
Episode 213 is Jeff Payne. In 2019, when Jeff was the Chief of the Dayton Ohio Fire Department, his department faced 2 mass casualty events in a short period. The Dayton area was hit with tornadoes and then an active shooter event. Jeff talks about the incidents, response, lessons learned, and more. We also discuss Jeff's career as a Marine, his career in the fire department, and his leadership style.
Dr. Marvin Wayne
Episode 212 is Dr. Marvin Wayne. Marv as he likes to be called is the Medical Program Director for the emergency medical services system for Bellingham, Washington, and Whatcom County for the past 45 years. Marv left surgery to enter the world of Emergency Medicine and EMS. Born in Detroit, Michigan in 1943 and graduated from Mumford High School and traveled all over including England and Vietnam before settling in the pacific northwest. Marv takes us through a difficult surgery and situation while in Vietnam that you don't want to miss. We discuss his career, his Army Service, EMS in his local area, EMS in today's world, and a history lesson regarding the AED.
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Listening to this podcast is like going home. I had my EMS beginnings in the south hills of Pittsburgh. So many familiar names among the guests.
Immersive Stories, Brave Heroes
I honestly know nothing about the field of medicine, but this podcast gives me a new level of respect and gratitude for the men and women who are our first responders. Their responsiveness to even the most disturbing experiences is inspiring to hear about. I recommend this podcast for walking your dog or sitting in traffic. These stories will give you a new a way of thinking about these men and women!
I enjoy hearing the personal stories of medics and how their careers evolved.