Dr. Diana C. McClinton, MD - Mountain Emergency Medicine - is a board certified emergency medicine physician in Lenoir, North Carolina at UNC-Healthcare Caldwell. Dr. McClinton graduated from the University of Maryland School of Medicine in 1995, specializing in Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine. Practicing medicine for over 20 years, Dr. McClinton also serves as Caldwell County EMS' Medical Director. During her tenure as Medical Director, Dr. McClinton has been instrumental in guiding our agency towards becoming the premier EMS agency in the area. She has rolled out advancements in training, implemented increased access to specialized instruction and facilitated access to live intubations for ALS staff in the medical facility, is currently implementing a CODE Sepsis Program for our area in addition to developing department Special Operations Protocols and Advanced Practice Paramedic Protocols. Dr. McClinton is a vital part of our EMS Agency and stays very active both behind the scenes, and on the front lines.
Chief Ed Anderson, Caldwell County Emergency Services - EMS Division - is a North Carolina certified Paramedic and Nationally Registered Paramedic who has been with Caldwell County EMS since 1986. After graduating South Caldwell High School in 1983, Chief Anderson remained in Caldwell County where he now resides with his wife and children. Chief Anderson has held all field level officer positions prior being promoted to Chief of Division in 2015. Chief Anderson is highly regarded as one of the premier operationally minded officers within the Department, and he continues to focus his work on the day to day operations while also leading Caldwell County EMS into the future. His contact information is as follows: Office: (828)757-1280 Email: email@example.com
Deputy Chief of Training Trevor Key, Caldwell County Emergency Services - EMS Division - is a Nationally Registered Paramedic who has been with Caldwell County since 2004. After graduating Western Carolina University with a Bachelor's Degree in Emergency Medical Care, Deputy Chief Key began his career as a field paramedic, while also serving time as a paramedic for the National Park Service in Yellowstone National Park. Deputy Chief Key recently received his Master's Degree in Emergency Services Management from Columbia Southern University, and has completely overhauled the Training Division within Caldwell County EMS. Deputy Chief Key has been instrumental in obtaining numerous grants for Caldwell County EMS, and has implemented our first hybrid training system as well as added many state of the art tools to our units for our field technicians to use. His contact information is as follows:
Office: (828)757-1124 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org