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Brian Hardesty

Brian Hardesty

Brian began his career as an EMT attending Roger Williams University.  From there he pursued his Certificate in Paramedicine.  After an internship with FDNY as a Paramedic Intern, he successfully completed his NREMT-P as well as a Massachusetts certified Paramedic in the Spring of 2002.  He then worked for the Town of Wakefield, Massachusetts, the Town of Dartmouth, Massachusetts, as well as the City of Fall River, Massachusetts before settling back home in Middletown, RI in 2005.  On July 5, 2005, he began his career as a Firefighter/Paramedic for the Town of Middletown.  There he soon became the Director of Emergency Medical Services, an American Heart Association instructor in BLS healthcare, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, as well as a Rhode Island State Certified EMS Instructor-Coordinator.  In June, 2012, he began as an Associate Instructor of Paramedicine at American Safety Programs and Training, Inc.  That September, he became the Instructor Coordinator for the Program of Paramedicine at American Safety Programs and Training, Inc.