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Joey Vincenzo Neve
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  • Cibolo, TX
  • United States
  • Paramedic/EMT-I/EMT-D
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Profile Information

Employer/Affiliation
Paramedic/EMT-I/EMT-D
Primary Agency/Department Type
Private EMS, Educational, Military, Other EMS Agency
Primary Department/Agency Name
Strategic Skills Training Institute
Department/Agency Web Site
http://www.ssti-usa.com
Years in EMS/Public Safety
20
Other Past or Current Departments
Various Army Units, Various Air Ambulance Companies, American Medical Response, Enterprise Rescue, Strategic Skills Training Institute, Department of Defense
My Training:
Joint En-route Care Course, 80 hours, US Army, 2006 • Medical Evacuation Doctrine Course, 80 hours,
US Army, 2006 • Army Basic Instructor Training Course, 80 hours, US Army 2004 • Senior Leadership
Course, 220 hours, US Army, 2004 • National Registry of EMT-Intermediate, 240 hours, US Army,
2001 • Basic Leadership, 120 hours, US Army, 2001 • Flight Medic, 120 hours, US Army, 2000 •
Health Care Specialist, Academy of Health Science, 12 weeks, US Army, 1997 • National Registry of
EMT-Basic Course, 3 months, Welch Fire Department, 1993 • Basic Life Support Instructor •
International Trauma Life Support Instructor Course • Advanced Cardiac Life Support Instructor •
Emergency Pediatric Provider Instructor • Pediatric Advanced Life Support Provider • Pediatric
Education for the Prehospital Provider Course • Neonatal Resuscitation Provider • Advanced Medical
Life Support Course • National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic • Texas State
Paramedic • Alabama State Paramedic • Numerous ICS & NIMS Courses: Introduction to Incident
Command System (ICS 100), Emergency Management Inst., 12 /11 • Single Resources and Initial
Action Incidents (ICS 200), Emergency Management Inst., 6 /08 • Intermediate ICS Expanding
Incidents (ICS 300), Washington Emergency Management Div. 7 /08 • Advanced ICS: Command and
General Staff-Complex Incidents (ICS 400), Washington Emergency Management Div. 9 /08 •
Emergency Prepared Response Course-Basic (CJCSM 3500), U.S. Joint Forces Command, 7/10 •
Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IS 247), Emergency Management Inst. 12 /11 • Military Resources in Emergency Management (IS 75), Emergency Management Inst., 12 /11 • Defense Support to Civil Authorities (DSCA), 5/12
About Me
I have been involved in EMS/Fire since 1993 and have a dedicated passion for the profession. I have seen and done many things in EMS, so there is not a great deal that I haven't done. I love sharing what I have learned over the years with others so that they become more proficient in their skills and abilities. More importantly, I love learning from other EMS/Fire professionals as that makes me more proficient in my skills and abilities.
Day Job
Operations Officer, US Army Medical Command
I Love Being in EMS Because
I enjoy providing quality care to those that are in need
Relationship Status
Married

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At 1:18pm on January 15, 2014, prisca john said…

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