Scott Craig BA, Paramedic, CCEMT-P

Associate Professor, Emergency Medical Science

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Mr. Craig is one of the primary faculty responsible for the paramedic training programs at Johnson County Community College in the Emergency Medical Services department, in addition to the supervision and training of EMS lab clinicians. Mr. Craig is also a proponent of medical simulation and specializes in simulation technology and medical moulage, as well as cardiology and critical care in the classroom.

Mr. Craig is a graduate of the 2007 MICT program at JCCC and spent five years with Johnson County Med-Act as a paramedic, critical care technician and Hazardous Materials special operations team member before coming to the college as a lab instructor in 2008, adjunct in 2010 than as full-time faculty in 2012.

 

 

 

 

 

Education

  • Bachelor of Arts, Healthcare Management, Ottawa University, 2016
  • Associate of Applied Science, MICT, JCCC, 2007                            

License/Certificates

  • PHTLS Instructor, NAEMT, 2015
  • Critical Care EMTP, UMBC, 2011
  • ACLS Instructor, AHA, 2009
  • Paramedic, Kansas, NREMT,2007