Anne began her career in EMS in 1992, as an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic, in Rochester, NY at National Ambulance and Home Care. In 1998, she completed her Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic. She began teaching as a Certified Lab Instructor in 1994 and eventually added the AHA complement of Instructor courses, CPR, ACLS and PALS. In 2005 she completed her LPN studies, in Rochester NY. She went on to complete her RN studies at Excelsior College, in NY and is working towards her Masters through Chamberlain University in Charlotte, NC. In 2015, she began teaching Phlebotomy and EKG Interpretation for Bryant and Stratton Colleges and taught at the Liverpool, Syracuse, Rochester and Buffalo campuses. In Rochester, she became the Lead Clinical Educator, in the Professional Skills Center, where she also taught Anatomy and Physiology for the Allied Health Professions. It was during her time at Bryant and Stratton College that she began educating for Code3CME.com in September 2016 and by early 2017, she was promoted to Lead Educator. By November 2018, Anne was promoted to Director of Continuing Education at Medic-CE (formerly Code3CME.com). May of 2019, Anne was promoted once again, this time to Clinical Program Director at CareerCert (formerly Medic-CE and Code3CME.com). It was at this time that Anne decided it was time to sit for the National Registry Paramedic certification. After more than twenty years in EMS, she sat for the exam and passed, receiving her certification in MARCH2019.She has added a number of specialty certifications, including BCEN, CP-C and DICO-C, stating there are more on the horizon. 2020 has been challenging for us all and that includes Anne, she turned her Apist Hobby into a small apiary farm, Tír na nÓg Manor Farms and the neighboring produce farmers love her hives on site. Anne is one of ten children (the eighth born), has six children, eleven grandchildren and three amazing furbabies, Píobaire, Brutus and Fergus, her bull mastiffs. She considers herself a lifelong educator and learner. She is presently working on her Masters in Nursing, and hopes to continue impacting medical providers’ skills and knowledge, for many years to come. Her students in New York, gave her the nickname, “The Knowledge Dealer” and she considers it an honor.
RN, BCEN, NRP, CP-C, DICO-C CET, CPT
Anne Margaret Perry