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Edward Alfred Bartkus

Edward Alfred Bartkus, American paramedic educator. Certified Emergency Medical Technician. Research grant Emergency Medicine Foundation, 1992. Member Emergency Medicine Resident's Association (national board directors), Oregon Health Sciences University School Medicine Curriculum Committee, Oregon State Express Mail Service Committee (chairman 1990-1991), Oregon State Paramedic Association (vice president 1987-1989).

Background

  • Bartkus, Edward Alfred was born on January 10, 1957 in Pittsburgh. Son of Edward Alfred and Dorothy Evelyn (Griffin) Bartkus.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Eastern Oregon State College, 1989.

    Career

    • Paramedic, A-1 Ambulance Svc., Cheyenne, Wyoming, 1977-1979;neonatal emergency transport consultant, Wyoming State Health Division, Cheyenne, 1979-1980;chief Express Mail Service training officer, Wyoming State Express Mail Service Office, Cheyenne, 1980-1982;paramedic, Cambell County Memorial Hospital, Gillette, Wyoming, 1982;staff development coordinator, Cambell County Memorial Hospital, Gillette, Wyoming, 1983-1985;deputy sheriff, Boulder (Colorado) County Sheriff's Department, 1983;director of advanced paramedic training, Oregon Health Sciences U School Medicine, Portland, 1985-1991;assistant professor of emergency medicine, Oregon Health Sciences U School Medicine, Portland, since 1991.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Member Emergency Medicine Resident's Association (national board directors), Oregon Health Sciences University School Medicine Curriculum Committee, Oregon State Express Mail Service Committee (chairman 1990-1991), Oregon State Paramedic Association (vice president 1987-1989).

    Connections

    • Married Christine Louise Smith, September 16, 1983 (divorced January 12, 1990). Married Cynthia Louise Stemper, August 17, 1991.
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    Born January 10, 1957
    (age 60)