Scott A. Matin of MONOC Elected to NAEMT Board of Directors

Scott A. Matin of MONOC Elected to NAEMT Board of Directors

Press Release Dec 07, 2011

November 28, 2011

WALL, NJ—MONOC is proud to announce that Scott A. Matin, vice president of Clinical, Education and Business Services for MONOC, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT). Mr. Matin will represent NAEMT’s Region I which is comprised of the northeast states: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Ohio. In addition to his present position at MONOC, Scott is adjunct faculty for the School of Administrative Science at Fairleigh Dickinson University and a site review team leader for the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS). Scott has been involved in emergency medical services for over 25 years and is an established manager, educator and nationally registered paramedic. Scott is also the author of numerous articles and research studies, a member of several editorial review boards and a frequent presenter at professional conferences throughout the country.

With more than 32,000 members, NAEMT is the nation’s only professional association representing all EMS practitioners, including paramedics, emergency medical technicians, first responders and other professionals working in prehospital emergency medicine. NAEMT members work in all sectors of EMS, including government service agencies, fire departments, hospital based services, private companies, industrial and special operations settings, and the military. NAEMT’s mission is to represent and serve all EMS practitioners through advocacy, educational programs, and research

About MONOC
MONOC Mobile Health Services is a non-profit hospital cooperative consisting of 16 acute care hospitals located throughout New Jersey. Formed in 1978 MONOC’s mission is to improve health care and reduce costs. MONOC Mobile Health Services employs over 730 employees and operates a fleet of over 100 ambulances. Together this shared services consortium acts as a health care cooperative for these acute care hospitals and over 2.8 million residents that they serve living in more than 1,800 square miles of the Garden State. Among its numerous service lines, MONOC operates MICU paramedic services, helicopter interfacility and 9-1-1 services, mobile critical care services, and basic life support interfacility and 9-1-1 services. Additionally, MONOC operates the largest emergency medical services education department in New Jersey providing continuing medical education to EMTs, paramedics, nurses, police officers, firefighters and the general public. Coordinating all of MONOC’s communications is a 24/7 state of the art 9-1-1 dispatch center which handled over 154,000 requests for service in 2010.

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