Bob Sullivan


Paramedic Instructor at Delaware Technical Community College

Bob Sullivan, MS, NRP, is a paramedic instructor at Delaware Technical Community College, where he teaches didactic and lab courses, and precepts students during their clinical and field rotations. He previously spent 10 years working as a paramedic with New Castle County EMS in Wilmington, Delaware, where he was named "Paramedic of the Year" in 2010 and "Co-Paramedic of the Year" in 2011 by the Kiwanis Club of Wilmington. Mr. Sullivan has also worked as an EMT and paramedic in western New York and northern Virginia. 

Mr. Sullivan earned a bachelor's degree in communication studies and psychology from Canisius College, and a master's degree in management–healthcare administration from Wilmington University.

Disclosures: Mr. Sullivan has written articles for EMS World and EMS 1. Some of his articles have been sponsored by ZOLL Medical, Pulsara, and Covidien Ltd, although he has no financial relationship with any of those companies. He also maintains a blog, The EMS Patient Perspective.  

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