HARTFORD – As of January 11, 2012 Ambulance Service of Manchester’s Beth Sheils became Capital Community College’s Paramedic Program lead instructor for the night program. In this role, Beth leads didactic instruction for the 18-month program, guiding 20 paramedic students through extensive education and training in the delivery of emergency medical care.
Beth is a Paramedic Supervisor for ASM. She has a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Mount Holyoke College and a Masters in Public Health from the Boston University School of Public Health, and is herself a graduate of the Capital Community College Paramedic Program.
Beth has been with ASM since 1999, a paramedic since 2005 and a certified EMS Instructor since 2011. Before assuming leadership of the paramedic program Beth assisted in the instruction of ASM’s in-house EMT program in partnership with Manchester Community College, and will continue to teach classes at ASM.
ASM is very proud of Beth and her contribution to furthering EMS education in greater Hartford and looks forward to many great things for her.