EMS Fellowship

During this one or two year fellowship, fellows work as assistants in the City of Columbus, Division of Fire, Emergency Medical Services System to acquire experience in the operation of a sophisticated metropolitan EMS system. This includes training programs for BLS and ALS personnel, prehospital and resuscitation research, air ambulance, National Registery of EMTs and tactical EMS.
 
Metropolitan Columbus encompasses 400 square miles with a population of 1.74 million people, the City of Columbus encompasses 240 square miles with a population of 790,000. Below is a list of our partners and other selected Franklin County Ohio EMS resources.
 

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People

 
Howard Werman, MD
Fellowship Director
David Keseg, MD
Associate Fellowship
Director
Ann Dietrich, MD
Pediatric EMS Core Faculty
Craig Key, MD
EMS Core Faculty
 
Douglas Rund, MD
EMS Core Faculty
Thomas Terndrup, MD
EMS Core Faculty
Eric Cortez, MD
Fellow
 

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Columbus Division of Fire

 
  • 110,000 EMS incidents per year
  • 32 Medic units
  • 7 EMS Supervisors
  • 34 Engines
  • 15 Ladder trucks
  • 5 Heavy Rescue trucks
  • 1 Hazmat truck
  • 13 Rescue Boats
  • Tactical EMS (TEMS) team with over 100 responses a year
  • Medical Director: David Keseg, MD
  • http://fire.columbus.gov/
 

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MedFlight of Ohio

 
  • 4,000 helicopter transports and 4,000 MICU transports per year
  • 9 Helicopters throughout Ohio
  • 3 MICU trucks
  • Medical Director: Howard Werman, MD
  • http://www.medflight.com/
 

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Suburban Fire Departments

 
 

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Training Agencies

 
 

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National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians

 
 

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Contact Information and Other Links

 
 
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