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Haywood Hall MD FACEP, FAAEM FIFEM

Executive Director , PACE Global Health International   (Grupo PACE) , Telemedicine Director                                                           220 N Zapata Hwy #228A , Laredo , Texas , 78043

SUMMARY

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Board Certified Emergency Medicine Specialist

Has worked almost 25 years as a Board Certified Emergency Physician ( ABEM # 21925) and havs seen over 70,000 patients in emergency departments in Texas and New Mexico. Residency Trained in both Internal medicine  and emergency medicine. ACEP ID A223885

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A leader in Health Care Training and Certification in Mexico and Latin America
  • PACE has been a Certified B ( Benefit) Corporation and  has trained over 35,000 people at all levels of care.  We take a " systems  approach" to training.
  • American Academy of Family Physicians Global Center for Excellence in ALSO Instruction ( ALSO Mexico) 
  • American Heart Association Silver Award (Top 3 AHA centers out of 30+ in  Mexico) 
  • NAEMT Center
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Academic  ( Adjunct) 
  • Professor of Emergency Medicine , University of North Carolina  Chapel Hill
  • Associate Professor , UT Southwestern University , Dallas Texas
  • Assistant Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine , University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center 
  • Visiting Professor, University of Celaya Medica School, Celaya Guanajuato
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Administrative 
  • Telemedicine Medical Director , Spanish Provider Network. , MDLive 2015
  • Founding Director , PACEMD Global Health / PACE MedSpanish Programs  2002 to Present- Approximately 500 English health professionals trained. 
  • Founding  Director of the New Mexico Heart Hospital Emergency Department , Albuquerque NM 1999 to 2004
  • State EMS Director, State of New Mexico Emergency Medical Services Bureau , Region III, Santa Fe New Mexico 1992 to 1993
  • Acting Regional Medical Director , EmCare 1999 to 2003
  • Director of Emergency Department , Clovis High Plains Hospital 1992 to 1993  
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Multicuturalism

Multi-racial, and multi-ethnic, I am a empiric applied anthropologist and a fluent in Spanish language and culture. I have been deeply involved in all  cultural aspects of health care and social change.  The MedSpanish program that I founded has taught hundreds of US Health Care providers how to communicate with Spanish speakers.  There are presently 50,000,000 Spanish speakers in the US  (40 million monolingual) . I live in Guanajuato Mexico with my Mexican wife and children

A Life of Medicine, Social Entrepreneurism, Impact, and Innovation 

Although I was born in Brooklyn New York, I was raised in Mexico as a child until the age of 8.  After a " real world education" as a musician / piano tuner, a Con Ed meter reader and a NYC cab driver,  I received my GED and I went back to college, dedicating my life to improving emergency care, and  decreasing pain and suffering, especially among Spanish speaking and other marginalized populations.  As an emergency physician, I have seen over 70,000 patients in emergency departments, worked in various private, public, and academic settings. I have won the highest international honors in my field.  I have seen humanity at its very best and its very worst.  An example of this was my service as a Medical Officer during the WTC 911 Disaster

My grandparents were born slaves in 1860 and my father was born in 1898. True to my family's values (my parents were both civil rights activists), and wanting to make a change in the world, I began to focus on what it would take to become my version of a change agent.  I slowly made the transition to becoming a "Social Entrepreneur".  I realized that the  roots of social change have to go beyond non -profit models and I started what became an impact enterprise in 2002.  Although Social Business may not be able to solve all of the world’s problems, I am convinced we have to develop a new norm: enterprise with a social contract.  I brought my company through the B Certification process.

It is often said that "knowledge is power".  With knowledge, skills and abilities in low resource areas, the health care providers can best determine what resources are needed to do their excellent work. Now with telemedicine and mHealth technology , quality care will soon be within most peoples reach. The PACEMD Program in Mexico has trained over 33,000 people. We have pioneered in the areas community based training of emergency obstetricscommunity cardiac care, traumapediatrics and neonatal , disaster medicine and other areas.  We have changed public policy and integrated new, innovative processes and have spawned and inspired many community based training centers.  In the MedSpanish Program , we have trained over 500 US health care providers in how to communicate with their Spanish speaking patients. 

 We are literally redefining the tools of training as a leverage for infrastructure development and innovation. We have been proud to be have been considered a "Top 10 Social Impact Enterprise " in Latin America and are now pioneering with strategic partners in the areas of mHealth/Telemedicine, Palliative Care and have an interest in “Promotora  based models” of health care.  We have been especially  inspired by our work with parteras in Chiapas and plan to improve care for all out to the last kilometer.  Through my work at PACE, I am uniquely committed and positioned to significantly improve the health care outcomes of Latino populations.  

Education

19861991

Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine Residency Programs 

The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center 

Completed specialty training in two fields of medicine. 

UNM School of Medicine
Graduate Medical Education
MSC11 6093
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-5156
Phone: (505) 272-6225

19821986

Medical Doctor ( MD Degree) 

Baylor College of Medicine

Honors in Community Medicine , Emergency Medicine , Pulmonary.

1 Baylor Plaza, Houston, Texas , 77030

(713) 798- 4951

19761982

BA Biology

City University of New York-Brooklyn College

Open Admissions student after receiving GED in 1976

1975

General Equivalency Diploma  ( GED) 

Steven's Institute of Technology, Hoboken , NJ

Licenses and Certifications 

PROFESSIONAL LICENSES:

  • Federation Credentials Verification Service (FCVS) :  (FID) number is 205369648

  • NPI Number is 1851385496
  • Texas Medical License #: J5341, Issue date 3/4/94, ex. 5/2016
  • Texas DPS Registration #: V0208877, ex. 5/31/2018
  • Drug Enforcement Agency #: FH4762464 (TX)  Issue date 8/6/14, exp. 10/31/2017
  • Medicaid Provider #: E60268 /  Medicaid Number 3426
  • Arizona License # 51165,   Issue date  2/2/16, 2/2/16, exp. date 10/24/16.*
  • California License 140892,   Issue date 2/22/2016,  exp. 6/30/2017.
  • Colorado Medical License DR.0055878, Issue date 10/1/15,   exp.  4/30/17
  • Connecticut Medical License   # 55320, issue date 06/01/2016,  ext 6/30/17
  • Florida Medical License # ME127903,  issue date 4/13/16, exp. 1/31/18.
  • Hawaii License # 18444, Issue date  1/4/16,  exp.  1/31/18.
  • Illinois Medical License #  036140414, issue date 4/18/16  exp. 7/31/17
  • Iowa Medical License MD-42985 , Issue date  10/21/15,  exp. 6/1/2018.
  • Minnesota  Medical License  2074, Issue date  10/2/15, exp. 12/31/2016.
  • Nebraska Medical License # 28879, Issue date  10/20,15,  exp. 10/1/16.*
  • New Jersey Medical License # 25MA09889000,  issue date 5/25/16,  exp.  6/30/2017
  • New Mexico Medical License #: 87-243,  Issue date 11/16/87, exp.  6/30/2016
  • New York Medical License #:  284039,   issue date  4/22/16, exp. 3/31/2018.
  • Ohio Medical License 35.127313, 9/23/15,. exp.  10/01/16.*
  • South Carolina. License number  39044, Issue date  1/6/16, 1/6/16 , exp.  date 4/30/16.
  • Tennessee Medical License 53482 , Issue date  10/16/15 exp. 6/30/18.
  • Washington Medical License MD60588374, Issue date 10/9/15, exp. 6/24/2016

CERTIFICATIONS::

  • ABEM Board Certified  in Emergency Medicine # 21925 , exp.2025
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support, instructor 06/2010
  • Advanced Trauma Life Support, provider 05/2016, 
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support, provider 05/2011

Professional  History

Sep 2014Present

Medical Director / Telemedicine Physician 

MDLive

Provide Telemedicine consults for MDLive as well as assist with telemedicine network management, especially as it related to Spanish speakers.  I also provide emergency medicine coverage in a variety of settings in New Mexico and Texas.  I am interested in telemedicine as a valuable strategy for decompressing emergency departments and other health care facilities, and will transform the practice of medicine.  I am also working on patient centered, demand driven applications that will help to bring care to the last kilometer.

1998Present

Clinical / Academic Emergency Physician / Medical Director 

Geographic Emergency Medicine Service , PA

Board Certified Emergency Physician with over 70,000 patients managed in emergency departments in Texas and New Mexico. Graduate of  Baylor College of Medicine ( 1986) in the Texas Medical Center,  and completed residency specialty programs in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine at the University of New Mexico,  Regional State of New Mexico EMS Bureau Medical Director ( 1992) and Medical Officer at the World Trade Center Disaster in Sept 2001 as part of a Federal Disaster Medical Assistance Team ( DMAT).  Founding Director of the New Mexico Heart Hospital Emergency Department ( 1999) and Regional Acting Medical Director for a network of 70 rural hospitals for EmCare.  Adjunct Full Professor  at the University of North Carolina Medical Center ( appointed by Dr Judith Tintinalli) with additional faculty appointments at the University of New Mexico and the UT Southwestern in Dallas. 

2003Present

Ashoka Changemaker Fellow, Agora, IPIHD Innovator, GSBI Entreprenuer

Social Entrepreneur and Impact Innovator 

Recognized as a Ashoka Social Entrepreneur since 2003, an Agora Partner (2014),   Mentor Capital Network Finalist ( 2014) , I3 LATAM " Top 10 Social Entrepreneur in Latin America" ( Ashoka, New Ventures Mexico, Hystra and the Swiss Development Agency), SOCAP Entrepreneur 2014, Class of 2015 Global Social Benefit Institute Entrepreneur (GSBI Accelerator Class- 2015) , and International Partnership for Innovative Health Care Delivery  Innovator, ( 2015). Core organizer for the Global Summit of Health Technology and Education , sponsored by Mohammad Yunus , Nobel Peace Laureate. 

2002Present

Social Impact Health Executive 

PACE Global Health International 

Founding Director of PACE Global Health International , (a hybrid enterprise and non profit).  PACE has trained more than 30,000 people in Mexico and Panama , in the areas of Emergency Obstetrics, Emergency Cardiac care, Medical Trauma , Pediatrics, Disaster Advanced Airway and Ventilation, and Emergency Ultrasound. PACE is a Certified "B corporation" (with a GIIRS rating of 82). PACE developed the first Public Access Defibrillation Program in Latin America in San Miguel de Allende , in 2010.  It has also run the MedSpanish Program which has trained over 500 US health care workers in Medical Spanish and how to communicate with Latino Patients.   PACE also runs the PACE CORE program which recruits young health care professionals and transforms them into Change Agents.  Its emergency Obstetrics program has become a standard in Mexico and changed public policy. Over 10,000 have been trained , especially in the highest risk materna health areas.  

Jun 2007Present

IFEM International Humanitarian Award Recipient and Fellow of the Order of the Federation of International Emergency Medicine

International Federation of Emergency Medicine

Member of the Governance, Specialty Implementation, and Continuing Professional Development Committees.  Primary liaison and advocate for Latin American Emergency Medicine representation in the IFEM. Facilitated bringing Panama, Peru, Venezuela, Cuba and ALACED into the IFEM. Organized the Bid for the ICEM2018 Mexico City  as well as the IFEM Symposium on Resuscitation in San Miguel de Allende , Mexico 2011. Co-organizer for the IFEM Symposium on Public Health and Emergency Medicine in Havana Cuba , 2017.  I was a core organizer for the Developing Emergency Medicine Conference in Havana 2013. 

1991Present

ACEP Hero of Emergency Medicine  and Fellow of the  American College of Emergency Physicians 

American College of Emergency Physicians

Past Chair of the ACEP International Ambassador Program,   ACEP Ambassador to  Mexico, Cuba and Panama.   ACEP Individual achievement award.  

2009Present

Consulting Editor

Emergency Physician International and Telemedicine Magazine 

Writing articles and editing areas related to EM development and Telemedicine.

Academic Appointments

  • Adjunct Professor of Emergency Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine. (2007 to present)
  • Adjunct Associate Professor, UT Southwestern , University of Texas, Dallas, Tx (2009 to Present)
  • Visiting Professor , Universidad de Celaya, 2013 to 2015
  • Visiting Professor, University of Guanajuato School of Medicine 2001
  • Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine (Clinical Educator), University of New Mexico School of Medicine, (8/6/96 to 8/6/97).

Administrative and Program Management Experience 

Executive Director/Founder - Pan-American Collaborative Emergency Medicine Development Program (PACEMD Program), Guanajuato, Mexico (6/96 to present) www.Centro-PACE.org.

  • Operates the Emergency Medicine Collaborative Center   in Guanajuato Mexico, Guanajuato, Mexico, Centro PACE
  • Developed conferences, Advanced Airway courses, trauma nurse provider and instructor courses, emergency ultrasound courses that have been taught in Mexico, Argentina and Panama.
  • Training Center Coordination for the American Heart Association center in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato.
    • One of 318Centers in Mexico
    • Teaches Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, HeartSaver provider and instructor courses all in Spanish
  • Mentors emerging leadership in Latin America in emergency medicine.
  • Organizer of the first Mexican state level College of Emergency Physicians 
  • Developer of the PACE courses (Programa de Actualizacion Continua en Emergencias):
    • PACE 1 – Emergency Nursing course
    • PACE 2 - Emergency Physician Course
    • PACE 3 – EMT Paramedic Course
    • PACE 4 – Industrial Safety and First Responder - Draft
  • Director of Advanced Life Support for Obstetrics (ALSO) programs in Mexico for the American College of Family Physicians. (10,000 people certified). We developed both the Basic and Advanced Life Support for Obstetrics programs for Mexico. First pilot site in the world for the Basic Life Support for Obstetrics program and the Community Life Support for Obstetrics for Traditional Midwives. We  helped to bring the ALSO program to Costa Rica, Panama, Argentina, Uruguay, and plan a roll out in Cuba in 2017.
  • Organized the training of 14 Advanced Hazmat Life Support instructors in Queretaro Mexico 2007.
  • Supported/facilitated the development of multiple conferences/workshops and professional summits in Mexico and internationally:
    • The Global Summit on Health Technology and Education, sponsored by Mohammad Yunus , Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Atlanta,  Georgia , May 10through 13 , 2015
    • The International Federation of Emergency Medicine ICEM 2018 in Mexico CIty
    • The Emergency Medicine Leadership conference 2002 (in Guanajuato State), in conjunction with SUEG , The State EMS bureau of the State of Guanajuato) 
    • Pan American Conferences of the Sociedad Mexicana de Medicina de Emergencias in Puerto Vallarta (2002)
    • Pan American Conferences of the Sociedad Mexicana de Medicina de Emergencias in Ixtapa/Zihuatenejo (2004),
    • The International EM leadership Summit February 2007,
    • The Asociacion Mexicana de Medicina de Urgencias, Guanajuato Mexico May 2007,
    • The American Heart Association Mexico “roll out” , Mexico City   Jan/February 2008,
    • The 15th National SMME conference in Mexico City (February 2008)
    • Organizers of the Regional Latin American Conference Advanced Life Support for Obstetrics in Cancun Conference May 2010-
    • We were the co-organizers of the International Federation of Emergency Medicine Symposium on Resuscitation , San Miguel de Allende,  June 2011

Executive Director/Founder, MedSpanish Program, Guanajuato, Mexico (3/2002 to present) www.pace-MedSpanish.org

    • Program has trained about 500 US health care personnel in Medical Spanish at our sites in Guanajuato. We provide CME Credit as well as clinical electives for residents, medical students and others. About half of the participants are emergency medicine oriented. The program also trains personnel who teach emergency materials in Spanish.
  • President, Geographic Emergency Medicine Service, Texas/Mexico (9/2004)
    •  The program is a locum tenens / physician recruiting group that provides an “alternative practice” model for emergency physicians who are interested in working on the US Mexico border as part of their international career.
  • Medical Director, EmCare Emergency Services, McAllen Area Hospitals: McAllen Medical Center, McAllen Heart Hospital, Edinburgh Regional Medical Center (1/2004 to 5/2004)
  • Medical Director, EmCare Emergency Services, Heart Hospital of New Mexico contract (10/99 to 11/2003)
  • Opened and managed new, state of the art emergency department for 4 years.
  • Medical Director, Region III Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Medical and Primary Care Bureau, State of New Mexico.(1993-1994)
  • Board Member, Albuquerque EMS Medical Control Board (1999 to 2003) which oversees the Paramedics in the Albuquerque Fire Department, Bernalillo County Fire Department, & Albuquerque Ambulance
  • Medical Director, Emergency Department, Clovis High Plains Hospital, Clovis, NM (10/93-10/94)
  • Organized and incorporated the DynaMedics Medical Computer Corporation to develop integrated pen-based computerized patient record systems computers. (1991)
  • Initiated/founded the organization initiative to develop the Masters in Public Health (MPH) Program at the University of New Mexico.
    • Wrote the original development proposal, which emphasized an interdisciplinary approach.
    • Organized and served as a member of the MPH executive committee.
    • Co-chaired the International/ Rural/Border/Cultural Health MPH subcommittee.
    • Developed course outline for core Cultural and International Health course.
    • Coordinator between the MPH Program and University Graduate School.
    • Community organizer / lobbyist for the development of UNM Public Health Programs.
  • Technical advisor to the Dissemination Unit of the World Health Organization Collaborative Center for Community-Based Medical Education.
    • Instrumental in the development their initial computer capability in desktop publishing.
  • Developed and directed the Medical Spanish program for residents, medical students, faculty, and staff of the University of New Mexico Medical Center, funded under the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Social Medicine Grant.
  • Founded the New Mexico House Staff Association in 1989. Edited the New Mexico House Staff Association Newsletter. Developed one of the earliest UNM policies on “moonlighting”.

 Founded the Intercultural Health Organization in 1988. Resulted in:

  • The development of the House Staff Association,
  • Helped foster the Internal Medicine residency program to a more ambulatory/primary care orientation,
  • The Medical Spanish Program at UNM,
  • The Masters in Public Health initiative at UNM
  • A support group for Native American physicians.

Research, Awards and Publications 

  • International Federation of Emergency Medicine  Humanitarian Award , Hong Kong , 2014
  • ACEP International Section Individual Achievement Awards , 2014
  • Fellow of the International Federation of Emergency Medicine 2009
  • ACEP Hero of Emergency Medicine 2008
  • Letters of Recognicion from the Sociedad Mexicana de Medicine de Emergencias, the Consejo Mexicano de medicina de Emergencias, and the Asociacion Mexicana de Medicina de Urgencias.
  • Ashoka Fellow / Social Entrepreneur. www. Ashoka.org and changemakers.com 2003
  • Nominated for the Jonathan Mann award 2007

Publications and Research

"Community Oriented Learning for Emergency Medicine Residents", Academic Emergency Medicine, Vol. 2, No. 6. (1990)

"Problem-Based Learning for Emergency Medicine Residents" Academic Emergency Medicine, Vol. 2, No. 7. (1990)

Pharyngeal-Tracheal Lumen Airway Study. UNM Dept. of Emergency Medicine. (1990)

Effect of written orientation materials on patient satisfaction in the Emergency Department," Poster presentation, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine. (May 1992)

Research assistant, Estrogen Receptor Study, Baylor College of Medicine. (1982)

Research assistant Ribaviron Drug Study, Baylor College of Medicine. (1982)

Clinical Work History / Staff affiliations 

Medical Director , MDLive,  Telemedicine Service . June 2014 to present

Staff Emergency Physician, Alta Vista Regional Hospital, Las Vegas , New Mexico, 6/2014 to 5/2015

Staff Emergency Physician, Heart Hospital of New Mexico, 504 Elm Street NE , Albuquerque NM 87102-2512  ( 4/2010 to 3/15) 

Staff Emergency Physician, Holy Cross Hospital, Taos, New Mexico (1/23/2008-8/21/2013),  1397 Weimer, Rd. Taos, New Mexico 87571 Ph 575 578 8883  

Staff Emergency Physician, Valley Baptists Medical Center, Harlingen Texas (10/2004 to 6/2009), 2101 Pease Street, Harlingen, Texas, 78550   Ph 956 389 1100

Staff Emergency Physician, Harlingen Medical Center (4/2004 to 10/2004), 5501 S Expressway 77, Harlingen Texas 78550   956 365 1000

Staff Emergency Physician and Department Director, McAllen Area Hospitals : McAllen General, McAllen Heart Hospital and Edinburg Regional Hospital (1/2004 to 5/2004) 301 W Expressway 83, McAllen, TX 78503   956 632 4000

Staff Emergency Physician and Department Director, Heart Hospital of New Mexico (10/99 to 12/2003) 504 Elm Street NE , Albuquerque NM 87102-2512

Emergency Staff Physician, New Mexico Regional Federal Medical Center (Combined Veterans Administration and Kirkland Air Force Base facility), 8/6/96 to 8/6/97, 1501 San Pedro Dr. SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108-5153

Medical Officer, New Mexico Disaster Medical Assistance Team, National Disaster Medical System. Center for Disaster Medicine, 2704 Yale Blvd. SE Albuquerque , NM 87106 505.272.6240, Acting Commander (12-09) Byron Piatt byron.piatt@hhs.gov, Deployed to World Trade Center Disaster, September 2001 and to the Cerro Grande fire at Los Alamos National Laboratory Summer of 2000.

Emergency Staff Physician, Northwest Texas Medical Center, Amarillo Texas, 12/96 to 6/98, 1501 S. Coulter, Amarillo, TX 79106   Ph 806.354.1000

Emergency Staff Physician, University Medical Center, Brackenridge Hospital, Austin, TX. High volume level I Trauma Center (1994-1996), 601 East 15th Street , Austin TX, 78701   Ph 512.324.7000

Staff Emergency Physician, Valley Baptists Medical Center, Harlingen Texas (10/2003 to 6/2009), 2101 Pease Street, Harlingen, Texas, 78550   Ph 956 389 1100

Emergency Staff Physicians and Medical Director -  Clovis High Plains Regional Medical Center, 9/1992, to 9/1993. , 2100 N Thomas St,   Clovis NM  88101  Ph 575 769 2141

Emergency Staff Physician, Lovelace Medical Center (Gibson), Albuquerque, NM (1991-1992), 601 Dr Martin Luther King Jr. Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102   Ph 601 727 8000

PACE GLOBAL HEALTH INTERNATIONAL / Grupo pace 

PACE Global Health International or  "Grupo PACE"  includes all PACE the PACE network/affiliates, sites, faculty and advisors.   PACE  is a Hybrid organization composed of the following entities:

  • PACEMD -Mexico AC. ( Associacion CIvil / Non Profit), San Miguel De Allende , Mexico
  • PACE Internacional , SdRL ( Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada/SAPI ,  Guanajuato, Mexico 
  • Geographic Emergency Medical Service, LLC  (GEMS)     EIN 02 072957 (US)

           220 N Zapata Hwy #228A , Laredo, Texas , 78043 

           (GEMS is the Registered Agent for PACE in the US)

We are are licensed  ro run the following  externally validated programs/courses: by the following organizations:

  • The American Heart Association (AHA)  ,
  • The American Academy of Family Physicians ( AAFP)  
  • The National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians ( NAEMT) to run externally validated courses in Mexico as follows:
    • AHA-  Courses -Families and Friends , Heartsaver CPR,  Basic Life Support ( BLS) , Advanced Cardiac Life Support ( ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support  ( PALS)  and ACLS for Experienced Providers
    • AAFP  Courses -Advanced Life Support for Obstetrics , Basic Life Support for Obstetrics, Community Life SUpport for Obstetrics 
    • NAEMT Courses -  Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support  ( PHTLS) , Advanced Medical Life Support. ( AMLS) 

 

PACE International Faculty and  Advisors 

Dr Judith Tintinalli

Dr Robert E Suter

Dr. Terry Mulligan

Dr. Darryl Macias 

Dr  Renate Savich

Dr. Portia Jones

Dr. Ashely Bean

Dr Camilo Gutierrez

Jason Friesen , MPH, EMT P 

Mark Kendell

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CORE Credentialling Documents

WHAT ARE PACE "SEDES" ( "SITES" )

PACE SEDES / Sites is our brand Distribution Network which decentralizes our activities is a franchise like arrangement).   The Sede signs a comprehensive licensing agreement and and is considered a branch of PACE  in a given service area.   We celebrate our collaboration at the PACE FEST in  twice a year, in San Miguel de Allende and  Guanajuato City (  winter) 

WHAT IS the  PACE FEST and  

PACE SEDES / Sites is our brand Distribution Network which decentralizes our activities is a franchise like arrangement).   The Sede signs a comprehensive licensing agreement and then represents PACE  in a given territorial area. .   We celebrate our collaboration at the PACE FEST in  twice a year, in San Miguel de Allende and  Guanajuato City (  winter) 

Advanced Life support for Obstetrics

Basic Life Support for Obstetrics 

Basic and Advanced Cardiac Life Support

Pediatric Advanced Life Support 

AdvanCED Medical Life Support

Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support 

PACE SONO EMergency Ultrasound 

Advanced Airway and ventilation 

PACE CORE

PACE MHEALTH

Helping Babies Breathe / Obstetrics First Responder 

Pueblo Seguro / San Miguel Seguro

PACE-MedSpanish Global Health

helping babies breath and obstetrical first responder programs