Centre for Emergency Health Sciences
Stephen J. Rahm is a paramedic, educator, and author whose career in EMS spans more than 35 years. Chief Rahm currently oversees the Office of Clinical Direction at the Centre for Emergency Health Sciences and manages all clinical efforts within Bulverde Spring Branch Emergency Services.
Stephen is a prolific author, with numerous prehospital emergency medicine textbooks, videos, and articles published to his credit. Additionally, his research efforts are published in the Annals of Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Emergency Care, Prehospital Emergency Care, and Military Medicine, as well as on multiple scientific posters.
He is the Centre’s Co-Chair and is a respected faculty member in procedural and anatomical programs, multi-lead ECG interpretation, trauma care, cardiac arrest management, and more.
Chief Rahm is a frequent speaker at local, regional, state, and national conferences, where he presents on a wide array of emergency medicine related topics.