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Education and Credentialing Manager
North Carolina Office of Emergency Medical Services
American Trauma Society
Secretary for the NC Chapter
Quadra Education Group , LLC.
Johnston Community College
education and chemistry
North Carolina State University
NCAR&EMS 51th ANNUAL CONVENTION
Regina Godette-Crawford Assistant Chief of OEMS; (1) Introduced staff members. (2) Staff has worked hard to prepare the BLS competition. (3) Grant of 2.4 million from Duke Endowment. (4) Dale Hill resigned from OEMS and has taken a position with Wake Med. (5) Glenda Hale new EMSC Coordinator. (6) Legislation OEMS is following.
"When you figure that patients have their own weight, plus any equipment that we may need to move with them, they can become heavy pretty quickly," said Dale Hill, of WakeMed Emergency Services.
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RALEIGH NC (22-Dec-02) NC OEMS announces that Dale Hill has accepted the Staff Development Director II position (Education position previously occupied by Ed Browning).In this role Dale will coordinate the agency's education and credentialing efforts.He will continue to serve as the agency's SERT liaison as well.Dale has several years experience in EMS education. Prior to joining the OEMS as the EMSC Specialist Dale served as director of the EMS degree program at Wake Technical Community College.His promotion will become effective January 2, 2003, and I ask that you please join me in congratulating Dale on his promotion.
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Teachems.Net would like to extend a heart felt thanks to Dale Hill, Department Chair for the Wake Tech Community College Emergency Medical Science Department.Dale joined Wake Tech in 1997 and was instrumental in guiding the department toward the high standard it holds today.He credits the success not soley on his efforts, but the work of the entire department faculty. Dale will be joining the North Carolina Office of EMS as Program Coordinator for EMS for the Children. We wish the best of luck to Dale in his new position, and will miss his guidance, judgement, and friendship.
About Quadra Education Group in Concord NC
Dale Hill Co-Founder Mr. Dale Hill received bachelor's degrees in education and chemistry from North Carolina State University, and he completed his EMT-Paramedic education at Johnston Community College. He has served in various field and administrative roles in EMS, focusing upon educational program and instructor development. He previously served in the North Carolina Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS) as Education and Credentialing Manager. In this role, Dale focused upon the development of educational curricula and credentialing examinations for all levels of EMS personnel, education and orientation programs for EMS instructors, and requirements for EMS educational institutions. He has served on multiple local, state and national committees, including the Continuing Education Coordinating Board for EMS (CECBEMS) Distributed Learning Committee and the National Registry of EMTs (NREMT) Examination Item-Writing Committee. He has served as Parliamentarian for the National Council of State EMS Training Coordinators and as a member of the federal EMS for Children stakeholder group. Dale is the current secretary for the NC Chapter of the American Trauma Society. He holds multiple instructor certifications and has been teaching healthcare professionals for more than 18 years. Dale currently serves as the Manager of the Emergency Services Institute at WakeMed Health & Hospitals, which coordinates regional trauma care initiatives, clinical research, hospital emergency management and disaster response.