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Owner / EMT-3, EMT Instructor, ASHI BLS CPR/FA/Wilderness Instructor
I have been teaching EMS classes for 28 years! I began working in emergency services in 1984 as a 911 operator / dispatcher and evidence technician at the Department of Public Safety which serviced Barrow and her seven sister villages on the North Slope of Alaska. In 1989 I began responding to EMS calls as a volunteer on the local fire and search and rescue departments as an EMT-2 and later became the Training Coordinator for the Department of Health and Social Services, Emergency Medical Services Department.
In 1994 my husband and I relocated to Anchorage and formed a company called EMCI, which is now known as MultiMed. I spent thirteen years working as private security, a Health and Safety Specialist and an EMT-3 in the North Slope oil fields. I now work full time teaching EMS classes and running MultiMed. My sole mission is to make MultiMed the best EMS training agency in the State of Alaska. We proudly offer a wide variety of classes to professional responders as well as the general public, using the best and brightest instructors in Alaska. We fully appreciate and support the brave men and women of the United States Armed Forces. We love living in Alaska, camping and fishing with our friends, family and dogs.
Owner /EMT-3, EMT Instructor, ASHI BLS CPR/FA/Wilderness Instructor
From 1970-1974 I served in the US Coast Guard as a Surfman/scuba diver, running Motor Lifeboats off the Oregon coast out of Chetco River station. In 1975 I joined the police department in Yakima, Washington and was an officer there until 1980. I moved to Alaska in 1983 as a police officer on the North Slope Borough Department of Public Safety. I have been active in emergency medicine since my Coast Guard days and also stayed current with my scuba skills. While a diver, I have had the pleasure of diving some of the world’s most famous shipwrecks with their salvage crews. Over the past 20 years I have worked as private security and EMT-3 in the North Slope oil fields as well as teaching for MultiMed. I thoroughly enjoy the students we have trained over the years and the great instructors who work with us!
MMM (MultiMed Mascot)
Gizmo has been a MultiMed employee since he was a pup. Whether placing a paw on a sucking chest wound or dragging victims from a raging fire, he continues to display the same bark that encrusts our graduate students. How fur can he go in this career? The sky is the limit as he deftly plays ball with the EMS community and licks the competitions butt! As a charter member of the company, he still shows up from time to time to make sure Sonja and Dan are not screwing the pooch!
Patricia A. Vincent
NREMT-P, MICP, BSOE, AHA BLS, ACLS, PEPP, PHTLS, EMT Instructor
I have been involved with EMS for over 30 years, after a career in Communications with a local telephone company in the Sierras in California.
In 1999, I transferred to Alaska to take the position of EMS Training Officer for Anchorage Fire Department. Presently, I work with the Anchorage Fire Department, contract teach at the MultiMed Training Center and the University of Alaska as an EMT 1, 2, & 3 Instructor, and am a Certifying Officer for Southern Region EMS Council. Along with State of Alaska EMT Multi-Level, MICP & MOI instructor certifications.
ETT, ASHI CPR/AED/Wilderness First Aid Instructor
I am a retired Police Officer having worked on the North Slope of Alaska in Barrow and various villages including Kodiak Island. During my time in law enforcement I taught classes in self-defense, defensive tactics and was a Basic Survival Instructor. I currently work in private security on the North Slope of Alaska and teach classes for MultiMed.
Paul James Massey
Corporal in ROTC, Eagle Scout
Paul James Massey is an avid outdoorsman having focused on education in wilderness preparation and survival.
As hunters and outdoorsmen, together Scott and I enjoy teaching wilderness first aid and survival classes to youth groups and the community through MultiMed.
EMT-3, EMT Instructor, ASHI and AHA BLS CPR/FA, ACLS, PALS Instructor
I am a lifelong Alaskan and one of MultiMed’s traveling EMS Instructors! I’m currently a Health and Safety Advisor on the North Slope of Alaska. I received my initial Emergency Trauma Technician (ETT) in 1990 and EMT 1 in 1995. I am an active advanced EMS Provider, volunteer fire fighter and EMT Instructor. I respond with the local Fire Department on the North Slope as an EMT-3. I Love fishing, camping, hunting, traveling and most everything outdoors.
CMA, EMT-1, AHSI BLS CPR/First Aid Instructor
I moved to Alaska in 2013. I’m a certified medical assistant currently working at an OB/GYN clinic in Anchorage and I just recertified as an EMT-I and BLS CPR/AED/First Aid Instructor at MultiMed. I’ve worked in EMS most of my adult life, both in huge metro areas and in villages so remote they’re referenced by GPS coordinates instead of names. I’ve worked everywhere from southern Australia to northern Canada and several crazy places in between. Most of my teaching experience comes from my time in St. Petersburg, FL, where I taught math for a science major’s class with one of the greatest geology professors I’ve ever known. I’m absolutely thrilled to be part of the MultiMed team; my favorite thing in the world is seeing students learning something new that gets them fired up and ready to get out there and get after it!
EMT-2, ASHI BLS CPR/First Aid Instructor
Hi, I’m Becca! My first steps into the medical field was five years ago at the MultiMed Training Center. Through EMS I found myself branching into different areas of the field. I’ve spent a few years studying western pharmaceutical and just concluded my fall internship in Asia shadowing doctors from different countries learning about Eastern medicine and acupuncture. I’m very excited and happy to be a part of the MultiMed Team and to be able to share my studies and experiences to anyone that has the desire to help others.