EMS Instructor (EMT-P/IC)
EMS Instructor Stacy Robinson is a Captain/Paramedic with the Charter Township of Madison's Fire Department. Captain Robinson is a certified Firefighter II and Fire Officer III in the State of Michigan and is the EMS Education Course Coordinator of the Madison Charter Township Fire Departments EMS Education Division. Captain Robinson holds EMS certifications and licenses as a Paramedic in Michigan and Ohio, National certification as a Critical Care Paramedic, State of Michigan EMS Instructor Coordinator, among other specialty course instructor level certifications in pediatric and adult EMS Education. Captain Robinson has obtained his bachelor's degree, B.S. in Biology, from Grand Valley State University and a Masters degree, MPA with general concentration in Emergency Services Management, from Columbia Southern University. Captain Robinson has over 18 years of fire and EMS service experience. He has been a EMS Education Coordinator for numerous past programs and has held a past position as EMS education instructors with Jackson College. Captain Robinson has extensive practical real life experiences from his time with the Charter Township of Madison and 12 years as a Flight Paramedic with St. Vincent's Life Flight of Toledo. The experiences of Captain Robinson, 15 years of classroom and field education experience provides a foundation of knowledge that allows for sound EMS educational instruction and guidance of the staff of educators at the Charter Township of Madison Fire Departments.