Scott Tomek, MA, EMT-P

Scott Tomek, MA, EMT-P

Scott Tomek, MA, EMT-P, has been in EMS for the past 29 years. He is the Manager of Quality Improvement, Safety, and Risk Management at Allina Health-Medical Transportation, a faculty member with the Century College Paramedic Program, and a subject matter expert on prehospital airway management.

Responding to the injured law enforcement officer
Reviewing airway management skills is the foundation of pediatric patient care
Training for these critical calls is vitally important
The CP program has gained significant support in rural areas.
In-line skating/Rollerblading kicks into high gear with the arrival of summer and warm weather. Injuries to the upper and lower extremities, along with lacerations, will be the most often encountered scars of summer.
As mixed martial arts continues to grow in popularity, more venues will begin to offer both professional and amateur fights that require not only EMS response, but venue EMS coverage. Here's what you need to know.
EMS providers must train for resuscitation of the distressed newborn
The gum elastic bougie is a viable adjunct for the difficult endotracheal intubation
Training and safety issues come to the forefront after Minnesota agencies respond to a difficult water rescue
It is possible to develop educational in-service programs that are comprehensive, cost-effective and high quality