University of Vermont Health Network
Danielle Goodrich is a bachelors prepared flight and critical care certified paramedic with experience in specialty care ground transport, rotor wing transport, national disaster deployments, and various 911 field operations. She currently works for The University of Vermont Health Network as a flight paramedic, is the chair of the clinical guideline committee, and was the previous supervisor of the UVM HealthNet Critical Care Transport Team and Emergency Communications Center. One of her biggest professional achievements was being part of the leadership team that established the first aeromedical base in Vermont.
She has 21 years of EMS experience with over half of those years working in various training and educational positions. Previously, she functioned as the training coordinator for a combination 911 department, instructed numerous EMS courses at The University of Vermont, and taught both nationally and internationally. She also currently works with the IBSC as an item writer for the FP-C and CCP-C exams, and was involved with the job analysis task force for the CCP-C exam.