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Amy Eisenhauer

Amy Eisenhauer is a dynamic presenter at EMS conferences nationwide, raising awareness on topics such as provider suicide, response to hoarding events and career development for EMS professionals. As a certified emergency medical technician, she has served the New Jersey emergency medical services community as a volunteer and career provider since 1995. In addition to providing high-quality medical care, Amy has taken on challenging roles as an EMS educator and training officer. She also hosts an interactive blog at TheEMSsiren.com, committed to improving the EMS community as a whole. 

“You know, I’m really anxious right now,” Tom shared. His 6-foot frame slouched forward, seemingly trying to melt into the bench we shared. A humid June day stretched across the plaza in front of us…
“The work we do is shaping the future of emergency care; doing it well is worth the effort.” Gary Heigel, chair of emergency services and paramedic program director at Oregon’s Rogue Community…
Prolific international EMS educator Dan Batsie delivered the closing keynote at the National Association of EMS Educators Symposium on August 12 in Washington, DC, concluding the event with a focus…
Longtime EMS educator Art Hsieh discussed the future of paramedicine at the National Association of EMS Educators (NAEMSE) Symposium August 10 in Washington, DC. His session, titled “Higher Education…
It’s a typical warm May evening, and you and your partner are trying to figure out where you can grab dinner when the dispatcher’s voice comes over the radio: “EMS 62, respond to 24…
Two sessions at EMS World Expo 2016, held October 3–7 in New Orleans, LA, provided strategies for current and aspiring leaders to improve themselves and their agencies. Ray Barishansky…
“I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do.” —Leonardo da Vinci Read more at: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/…
As EMS providers, there is an expected amount of initial and continuing education that we must complete to keep our certifications current. The question is, how much extra work are we willing to put…
A few years ago I was ready to leave EMS again. One of the best places I had ever worked was recently closed secondary to politics, and I was dealing with interpersonal and institutional politics at…
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