As the Clinical Coordinator, Sarah is primarily responsible for the clinical aspects of the Center for Emergency Medicine and University of Pittsburgh Paramedic programs. She maintains the relationships between hospital, field and other clinical sites and the Center for Emergency Medicine in addition to scheduling students and ensuring that they are getting the most out of their clinical education. Sarah is also the lab coordinator of the Center for Emergency Medicine Paramedic lab sessions.
As EMT Program Coordinator, Sarah teaches, coordinates and manages all of the EMT programming for both the University of Pittsburgh and the Center for Emergency Medicine. She is a lead lecturer and lab coordinator for all EMT classes. She also coordinates, teaches and manages other courses, including EVOC.
Sarah earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Emergency Medicine from the University of Pittsburgh in 2012. She has been a Nationally Registered Paramedic for 10 years. In that time she has gained experience as a street medic, EMS supervisor, Patient Care Technician in an Emergency Department and even a consultant for a start-up patient care documentation company. This unique combination of experience has only added to her passion for EMS and particularly, EMS education.