Gregory S Neiman, MS, NRP, NCEE
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Greg Neiman is the EMS Community Liaison for VCU Health. He joined the VCU Team after 11 years with the Virginia Office of EMS as the BLS Training Specialist.

Greg has a wealth of EMS knowledge and experience as both a provider and EMS Educator. He is a Life Member of Tuckahoe Volunteer Rescue Squad, and worked as a Paramedic then Captain of QI and Clinical Education with the Richmond Ambulance Authority. He was the first EMS Program Coordinator for J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College and keeps his skills up as a Paramedic and Supervisor at King’s Dominion First Aid and the occasional Roller Derby stand-by.

Greg has a Master’s Degree in EMS Leadership from the George Washington University, is a Nationally Registered Paramedic, and is a Virginia Education Coordinator and a Nationally Certified EMS Educator (NCEE). He teaches part-time for the Center for Trauma and Critical Care Education as a Course Director and Instructor for ACLS and CPR and an Instructor in EPC, PHTLS and AMLS.

Greg is engaged to Krista Graves, RN who works in the Peds ED at VCU and has two daughters, Paige and Ainsley. They share the house with two cats and two Red Eared Slider Turtles.