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Myra Malca Socher, South African, American emergency medical service consultant. Nationally registered paramedic. Recipient Exceptional Service award American Heart Association, 1993.


Socher, Myra Malca was born on February 21, 1945 in Durban, Natal, South Africa. Came to the United States, 1975. Daughter of Ivan and Chanalie (Liszanski) Philips.


Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management summa cum laude, George Washington University, 1991.


Field support marketing, Computer Advances, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1972-1975;recruiter, systems analyst, Amadax Corporation, Bohemia, New York, 1981-1982;EMT, Medstar Ambulance Svc., Savannah, Georgia, 1987;staff support, International Association Fire Chiefs, Washington, 1989-1990;clinical instructor ELSEC, Georgetown University Hosp, Washington, since 1991;adjunct instructor emergency medicine, George Washington University, Washington, since 1989;director operations, Transcare Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Washington, 1990-1993;founder, Behavioural Science Institute Associations, Arlington, Virginia, since 1992;president, TriMed Inc., Arlington, since 1993. Adjunct faculty Children's Hospital, Washington, 1989-1993.


Volunteer firefighter/EMT Southside Fire Department, Savannah, Georgia, 1987. Volunteer paramedic Dale City (Virginia) Volunteer Fire Department, 1989-1990. Subcommittee member American Heart Association, Washington, since 1992.

Volunteer paramedic Arlington County Fire/Rescue, 1994. Member Council on Cardiovascular.


Married Ivan David Socher, July 2, 1963. Children: Raoul, Larry.