Jeff MyersDr. Myers has a 27 year background in emergency services with 16 years active in the prehospital environment and 25 as an EMS educator. He started in EMS in 1988 in the Capital District of New York volunteering for his college ambulance and a local community ambulanceservice. He began teaching in 1990 and ran the EMT-Basic course in Rensselaer County for several years before leaving to attend medical school. He also served as a Deputy EMS Coordinator for four years, responding to multi-ambulance and multi-agency incidents. He has worked as a paramedic for paid, combination paid-volunteer and volunteer agencies in urban and rural environments.

Dr. Myers attended medical school at the University Of New England College Of Osteopathic Medicine in Biddeford, Maine. While in medical school, he continued to teach. He completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at the University at Buffalo, serving at Chief Resident in his final year of residency. He then completed a two-year EMS Fellowship and completed a Masters in Educational Technology through the University at Buffalo. He is board certified in Emergency Medicine and sub-board certified in Emergency Medical Services.

Dr. Myers served on the faculty in the Emergency Medicine residency program for eight years and was the EMS Fellowship Director for four years. During this time, he served as the Associate System EMS Medical Director at the Erie County Medical Center and was an active member of the physician response team. He served as Associate Medical Director for Rural Metro Medical Services of Western New York. In 2010 he was the founding director for the Behling Simulation Center, an interprofessional simulation center at the University at Buffalo.

Currently, Dr. Myers works at CaroMont Regional Medical Center, a high acuity level 3 trauma center in Gastonia, NC, approximately 25 miles from Charlotte, NC. He is the ED-Trauma Liaison for the emergency department, serves on the hospital Trauma Performance Improvement and Operations committes, the Metrolina Trauma Advisory Committee, and is the System EMS Medical Director for Gaston County EMS. He has authored several articles, books and multimedia publications, including the three-volume Professional Paramedic textbook series and Techniques in Airway Management DVD series. He is an international lecturer, speaking on a wide variety of clinical, educational, and operational topics.