Most of his 20+ year career in EMS has been spent in the critical care environment, the majority of which was on Toronto’s Bandage One helicopter. In 2010, he changed focus and joined the Pediatric Critical Care Transport Team at Ornge. Jonathan’s background in medical education includes roles with several services and basehospitals; he is currently involved in delivering both classroom and clinical education in Georgian College’s Paramedic Program and is past member of both the NAEMT Emergency Pediatric Care committee and the Ontario Paramedic Association board of directors. He can be found on Twitter @thatjonlee.
Grant Scollay is a paramedic and a nurse who brought his experience in the neonatal ICU and the neonatal transport team at Sick Kids to his current position with the Paediatric Critical Care Transport at Ornge, giving him a unique understanding of paediatrics from both the hospital and out-of-hospital perspective. His passion for sharing knowledge has lead to his involvement in the development and delivery of education ranging from interdisciplinary critical care programs to first aid training for youth in the community. He has spoken at numerous conferences both regionally and nationally and in 2017, the Intercultural Dialogue Institute presented him a Public Hero Award in recognition of his life long commitment to community service. He can be found on Twitter @gscollay
Over a career spanning 20+ years Jodi has worked as both a paramedic and a nurse with the smallest and most fragile of patients.
Her experience began in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and then with the transport teams at McMaster and SickKids. Jodi joined the Ornge Paediatric Transport Team in 2010.