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GenXYZ 2015: Jeremy DeWall


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The Doctor

Jeremy DeWall

36 | Partner, Staff Physician and Medical Director
Front Range Emergency Specialists

Jeremy DeWall has implemented some of the most progressive Emergency Medical Services (EMS) protocols in the country for rural first responders, Flight For Life and the new Community Paramedic program. He has researched evidence-based medicine worldwide in order to develop protocols for spinal immobilization and ventilation for cardiorespiratory arrests, among others. DeWall is the volunteer coordinator of wildlife protection for the Summer Haven community, leading fire mitigation and promoting awareness after being affected in the Waldo Canyon fire.

Biggest achievement

“Working and being involved in the numerous community organizations that I’m involved with … and the education of new paramedics.”

Making an impact

“Working with the agencies I’m involved with, the EMS and police to build a strong infrastructure in Teller County and collaborate better.”

Role models

Dave Ross, who ran EMS in Colorado Springs;

Ron Pirallo, medical director of Milwaukee Regional Emergency Services.

Best advice

“Don’t listen to adversaries or people who tell you, you can’t do something. Just keep putting forth and eventually you will succeed with your ultimate goals.”

Off-duty

Skiing, biking, hiking, camping and photography.

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Margaret Jackson

Margaret Jackson is an award-winning journalist who spent nearly 25 years in the newspaper industry, including seven years as a business reporter for The Denver Post covering residential and commercial real estate. She can be reached at myjackson7@gmail.com.

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