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Hilary Gates, MAEd, NRP

Hilary Gates, MAEd, NRP, is the senior editorial and program director for EMS World. She is a volunteer paramedic in Alexandria, Va., and teaches in the School of Education at American University in Washington, D.C. She began her career as a volunteer EMT with the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Rescue Squad in Montgomery County, Md. Gates has experience as a community paramedic, EMS educator, symposium presenter, and quality improvement trainer.

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Amid the news of the Black Lives Matter protests last week, I was chatting with my friend Anne Jensen, a paramedic with San Diego Fire-Rescue. Anne is a valued member of the EMS World…
Resident Eagle is a monthly column profiling the work of top EMS physicians and medical directors from the Metropolitan EMS Medical Directors Global Alliance (the "Eagles"), who represent America’s…
Paramedic Paul Cary served 30 years in Aurora, Colo. for the fire department.  In late March, at the age of 66, Cary drove an ambulance almost 2000 miles from Denver to New York City so that he…
Calling paramedics an "untapped resource" in the COVID-19 pandemic, paramedic Nikiah G. Nudell, MS, NRP, FACPE, and others recently published in the Journal of Rural Health a call to expand the…
"Editors' Expressions" is a recurring feature in which the EMS World editorial staff ruminates on current news, noteworthy events and everyday happenings with relevance to healthcare and EMS delivery…
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A medida que la pandemia de coronavirus continúa afectando a todo el sistema de atención médica, una especialidad única de los SEM  es llamada para ayudar: Atención Médica Integrada y…
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to strain the entire healthcare system, one unique EMS specialty is being called upon to help: mobile integrated healthcare and community paramedicine (MIH/CP).…
Here we are, two months into the novel coronavirus outbreak, managing as best we can with the information we have. I am reminded of a similar situation of uncertainty we dealt with a few years…
Hey, readers: it’s already March 1! Have you locked in your Early Bird rates for EMS World Expo? The conference is a month earlier this year, and I know how we tend to procrastinate. Consider…
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