Eric Jaeger is a paramedic and emergency medical educator.

 

His experience includes:

EMS Educator & Paramedic, Exeter Hospital Emergency Dept.

Eric is responsible for providing education for Exeter's ALS Intercept paramedics, the emergency department staff and surrounding EMS agencies. As a paramedic, Eric cares for patients in the Emergency Department and the field.

Education: Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Boston College Law School

Eric earned his BS in Computer Science from MIT and his Law Degree from Boston College. He earned his paramedic certificate at New England Institute of EMS.

New Hampshire EMS Protocols: Author / Editor

For over ten years, he has authored and edited the State of NH's innovative EMS protocols as part of the NH protocol working group.

EMS Instructor Coordinator

Eric is a licensed NH EMS Instructor Coordinator.

AHA ACLS / PALS Teaching Faculty

Eric serves as a ACLS and PALS Teaching Faculty member at Exeter Hospital, teaching physicians, paramedics, nurses and others.

Attorney

Eric worked for ten years as an attorney, serving healthcare clients in Boston and elsewhere, among others.

"I managed a cardiac arrest this past weekend and I wanted to say 'thank you' for the ACLS class you taught. I was extremely calm during the code because of the training that you provided."

~ Nursing Supervisor

About

Experience

 

Exeter Hospital | EMS Educator and Paramedic

NH Emergency Medical & Trauma Coordinating Board

  • NH Pediatric Society Representative

NH EMS Protocol Subcommittee

NH Bureau of EMS | Program Coordinator (2013 - 2014)

McGregor Institute of EMS | Founder & Director (2006 - 2013)

McGregor Memorial EMS | General Manager (2003 - 2013)

 

Education

 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1984

  •   Bachelor of Science, Computer Science & Engineering

Boston College Law School 1989

  •   1st in Class, Summa Cum Laude

New England Institute of EMS 2003

  •   Paramedic; 1st in Class

 

 

 

Publications

 

Prehospital Care of Neurologic Emergencies, Spinal Cord Injury

August 2014

Cambridge University Press http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781139629058

 

Know the Differences between Seizures, Epilepsy & Mimics

December 2012

Journal of Emergency Medical Services http://bit.ly/XHYYUq

 

 

Teaching Experience

 

Teaching Institutions

  • McGregor Institute of EMS

  • New England Institute of EMS

  • Northeastern University

  • Emergency Educational Consultants

Conferences

  • NH State Trauma Conference

  • Focus EMS

  • Central NH EMS

  • North Country EMS

I have provided EMS education for many of the major EMS and Fire agencies in the South part of New Hampshire.

 

 

 

Call us today 603-817-5973

15 Plumer Lane, Lee NH

© 2015 by Eric Jaeger