McGregor Members Entering Healthcare Professions
Since it’s inception almost 50 years ago, McGregor Memorial EMS (formerly Durham Ambulance Corps) has served the communities of Durham, Lee, Madbury and UNH. Over the years, thousands of volunteers from all walks of life have served patients with the utmost of skill, compassion, altruism and dedication.
As a healthcare provider, McGregor is inextricably intertwined with both Durham and UNH and that has fostered an academic connection through both UNH’s and McGregor’s offerings of EMT training. UNH students – many of them bound for careers as physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, pharmacists and dentists – join McGregor to gain incredibly valuable experience in patient care, record writing, communications and leadership. They are remarkable students with excellent GPA’s and idle time at the station typically finds them studying, working on EMS skills or preparing for the rigorous MCAT and other entrance exams.
McGregor congratulates the following members who, over this past year, are furthering their healthcare careers:
Susan Campbell – UVM Medical School
Caelie Kern – University of Pittsburgh Medical School
Brian Van Dam – Drexel Medical School
Amanda St. Martin – Boston University Medical School
Melissa Jeghers – Northeastern University School of Pharmacy
Jaclyn Johnston – Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Physician Assistant Program
Alexandra George - Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Physician Assistant Program
Allison Titterington - Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Physician Assistant Program
Elizabeth Izzo – Albany Medical College Physician Assistant Program
Sumer Panaser – University of Michigan School of Dentistry
Allison Harb – Nova Southeastern University Physician Assistant Program
Many of our older Alumni are now physicians, PA’s and nurse practitioners around the country. They all began their careers by enrolling in Emergency Medical Technician training.
The McGregor Institute of EMS offers both EMT and Advanced EMT training and UNH offers EMT training through the Kinesiology Department.
Anyone interested in EMT training may view course offerings on our and website: https://www.mcgregorinstitute.net . You can also learn CPR and First Aid!