Conferences

 

 

Doug Wildermuth has a passion for education. This stems from his experiences in all three emergency services fields (Emergency Medical Services, Fire Service & Law Enforcement). While he presents, he brings a powerful performance of insight, knowledge and laughter that makes each participant learn the way they want to learn. He has successfully demonstrated this at numerous conferences:

 

 

  • Initial Assessment Conference – Mountain Lakes Regional EMS Conference – Lake Placid, NY – September 2011 – 2017

  • EMS Spring Fling Conference, North Country EMS – Alexandria Bay, NY – April 2012, 2013 & 2017

  • New York State Volunteer Ambulance and Rescue Association – Suffern, NY – October 2013, 2014 & 2015

  • Albany Medical Center EMS Education Day – May 2013

  • New York State Department of Health Vital Signs Conference – Syracuse, NY – October 2011

  • And many more regional courses and classes

Wildermuth Bio:

Emergency Services has always been a passion for Doug. While in college, Doug joined his first emergency squad in 1992 (Cortland State Emergency Squad). Shortly thereafter he also joined his first fire department while in Cortland County. To finish his degree, Doug moved to the Albany, New York area and conducted an internship with the New York State Emergency Management Office (SEMO). Upon finishing his Bachelors of Science degree he continued on with SEMO before entering Paramedic School in 1997. After successfully graduating and acquiring his National Certification as a Paramedic via Hudson Valley Community College, he worked for many ambulance agencies in the Capital Region.

In 2001, he was selected and successfully graduated from the New York State Police Academy as a patrol Trooper. While maintaining his Emergency Medical Services and Firefighting credentialing, Doug worked his way up to become an instrumental EMS educator and Hazardous Materials Technician for the New York State Police. In his State Police capacity, he currently serves as a Sergeant that oversees road patrols in Troop G, at SP Schodack. He is also a member of the State Police Contaminated Crime Scene Emergency Response Team (CCSERT). CCSERT is ready to respond to any potential Weapon of Mass Destruction Terrorist incident and/or any Clandestine Drug Lab event.

Doug is also recognized and is able to teach:

NYS DOH Certified Instructor Coordinator (CIC) –  Advanced and Basic Emergency Medical Technician courses

NYS DOH Regional Faculty Member & Program Coordinator (PC) – Instructor Courses and Updates

National Association Emergency Medical Services Educator (NAEMSE)

National Association of  Emergency Medical Technician (NAEMT) member/instructor – PHTLS

American Heart Association (AHA) Regional Faculty Member/ Instructor – Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), Basic Life Support for the Health Care Provider and Heartsaver programs.

Doug Wildermuth has over 24 years experience in the EMS and Firematic fields along with 15 years in Law enforcement. Besides his passion in emergency services, Doug is also the CEO and creator of E5 Support Service, LLC. E5 Support Services assists volunteer EMS and Fire agencies in their staffing, training and consulting needs.