Stephen C. Hyatt, CCEMTP
Stephen is a Nationally Registered Paramedic, certified in West Virginia and Maryland and has completed the Critical Care Emergency Medical Transport Program at The Center for Emergency Medicine in Pittsburgh, PA. With almost 20 years of fire/EMS service, Stephen brings a diversity of experiences including: fire suppression; tactical EMS; along with water, rope, vehicle and heavy rescue. Stephen is certified as a HazMat tech.
Currently, Stephen is employed at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, where he is a paramedic for Kimbrough Ambulatory Care Center. His duties at Kimbrough include being the Radiological/ Nuclear response coordinator. He has attended classes at The Center for Domestic Preparedness, Armed Forces Radiobiological Research Institute and The Defense Threat Reduction Agency's Defense Nuclear Weapons School in preparing for that role.
Since 1992, Stephen has been a Peer Support provider with the WV Region VII/IX Critical Incident Stress Management Team, which was merged into the West Virginia Community Crisis Response Team in 2003. Stephen has attended the Basic and Advanced CISM Group Crisis Intervention as taught by the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, Inc.
Appointed as the first National Administrator of Emergency Services for the Sports Car Club of America in 2005 and served as the Divisional Administrator for the Northeast Division in 2004. Locally, Stephen served as Chief Medical Officer for the Washington, DC Region from 2003 thru the 2009 season. As the prior Emergency Services Specialist on SCCA’s Club Racing Safety Committee, Stephen was able to help increase the level of protection for workers and drivers at all motorsport levels. Stephen holds national licenses in Emergency Services- Medical, Course Marshal and Fire/Rescue. 2009 brought the election to the WDCR-SCCA Board of Directors for a two year term.
With Jeff Chlebnikow, Stephen founded Atspeed Stress Management Services in 1999. Atspeed SMS provides stress training and critical incident planning, which includes onsite care to racing officials.
In 1993, Stephen was named the WV Region VIII/IX outstanding paramedic.
Over the years, Stephen has been privileged to help protect the Pope during his Baltimore, MD visit and served at the Israel/Syrian Peace Talks in Shepherdstown, WV.
His greatest honor was responding to the
Pentagon on September 11, 2001 to help provide care and support at Dewitt
Army Hospital's onsite treatment area.
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