HARTFORD — Kevin Mathiau has been an EMT with Aetna Ambulance since March of 2011. He is a Veteran of the United States Navy serving as a Second Class Petty Officer (E-5) Hospital Corpsman for eight years. His first four years he served with the Marines in Camp Lejuene, North Carolina, doing everything from emergency medicine to clinical medicine, and earning numerous awards while with the Marines.
Kevin then transferred to the Naval Submarine Medical Research Laboratory Groton CT for one year. There he was involved in Human Performance Research, and gained a Sleep Study Certification enabling him to perform sleep studies on sailors aboard submarines. He was then transferred to the Naval Clinic on Groton, were he was put in charge of Education and Training for all medical personnel in the clinic and assisted the Department Head in the oversight of all Education and Training in New England.
Kevin is currently enrolled in the Hartford Hospital Paramedic Program looking to obtain his Paramedic License. His future goals are to move back into Education and Training in the Medical Field, and purse further education to sharpen his knowledge and skills.
During his free time, Kevin enjoys spending quality time with his wife, his two sons and his daughter.
Aetna Ambulance prides itself on employing our veterans. Kevin is a shining example of America’s veterans in action and in service to our communities.