PEMS Welcomes our New EMS Field Coordinator - Clinical Care
The Peninsulas Emergency Medical Services Council, Inc. (PEMS) is pleased to announce the newest member of its professional staff. On April 10, 2017, Mr. Seth Craig, IV, will join the team as the Council’s EMS Field Coordinator – Clinical Care. In this critical position, Mr. Craig will work with our Medical Advisor’s Committee (MAC) to help define the regional standard of EMS care. Additionally, he will oversee a variety of day-to-day clinical functions to include the development, implementation, and coordination of the Regional Treatment Protocols, Policies and Procedures. We are confident he will be an excellent clinical resource for our regional EMS system.
Seth is a Virginia and National Registry Paramedic and works in both the Lancaster County Emergency Services and Gloucester Volunteer Fire and Rescue organizations. He has a diverse background in volunteer and career EMS service and has formerly worked as both an educator, and forensic scientist. He serves as an Adjunct Instructor for the Rappahannock Community College EMS Program and his formal education includes a BS in Biology and Secondary Education from the University of Richmond, and an MS in Forensic Toxicology from the University of Florida.
The Board of Directors and staff of the Peninsulas EMS Council are excited about Seth’s passion for science-based clinical excellence and his commitment to education. Working together we will ensure that all our citizens and visitors will enjoy the benefits of a coordinated, efficient and effective EMS delivery system, regardless of where they live on the Virginia Peninsula, Middle Peninsula or Northern Neck.