Within the past few years the education division at Livingston County has been substantially growing with initial education courses, American Heart Association (AHA) courses, International Trauma Life Support (ITLS) courses, etc. Education has a few new ideas in store. We are excited to continue to grow and spread the wealth of knowledge.
This course is held in association with Ascension Genesys, but is hosted at the main station in Howell, MI. This course allows students to become the best provider they can be with training and education. If interested, please contact instructor Saralynn Bush at firstname.lastname@example.org.
American Heart Association (AHA) Courses
- HeartSaver CPR & First Aid
- BLS Provider
International Trauma Life Support (ITLS)
Meet The Instructors
Ryan is our Education Supervisor at Livingston County EMS. Ryan has been with LCEMS since 2015. Ryan found a passion for education and obtained his IC license along with the needed certifications to teach AHA and ITLS courses. Ryan has been building a substantial education division and continually has new ideas in which he implements.
Andy has been a licensed paramedic since 1996. He has a wide range of skill sets including 8 years in Flight paramedicine as well as being a Critical Care paramedic. Andy has been with LCEMS since 2014 and is one of the Operations Supervisors at LCEMS as well as a CCT instructor.
Saralynn began her paramedic career at Livingston County EMS in 2014. She has obtained her Bachelor’s degree in secondary English education from Western Michigan University, Bachelor of Nursing from U of M Flint where she works contingently at Michigan Medicine in the Trauma Burn ICU. Saralynn teaches our Instructor Coordinator program and paramedic program, and she is excited to see education continue to grow and develop.
Angelia started her career in paramedicine in 2014. She transferred her career to LCEMS in 2020. She is certified to instruct AHA courses, ITLS courses, and has obtained her paramedic IC license. She has a passion to improve the quality of providers that are the EMS future and would like to see an influx of EMT and paramedic students within LCEMS.