The MaineCrit Team:
Chip Getchell, P.E., CCEMT-P
Chip is a Critical Care Paramedic and Field Training Officer with a leading Maine-based ambulance service, and teaches monthly CEU courses for area First Responders. Chip is also a Maine licensed Professional Engineer (Civil / Structural), and he and his wife Beth have three adult children and five grandchildren. He enjoys
playing acoustic guitar and spending time with his family’s horses and ponies.
Nicholas Jackson, AEMT
Nicholas is a wannabe ED intensivist, but is currently 20ish years from that goal. At this point He is an active AEMT, Paramedic student at Southern Maine CC, and tech nerd. He loves emergency medicine, #FOAM, and the technology making both those things better. He is generally never more than arms reach from a computer of some sort and likes it that way. He will be performing most of the background work for this site and it will hopefully prepare him to make learning, teaching, and FOAM a beautiful circle in his life.
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