Hugh Coffee

Hugh Coffee (Team Medic / Ditch Medicine / First Aid Instructor) has worked as a paramedic / firefighter for over thirty years. During this time, he held both line and administrative EMS positions at the county and state levels. He has provided emergency medical care and instruction in the austere environments of Guatemala, Kenya, Sudan, and Peru. In 1985, Hugh earned a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Georgia State University. He is the author of Ditch Medicine and numerous magazine articles. In the field of tactical medicine, Hugh is a graduate of the Basic and Advanced United States Park Police CONTOMS (Counter Narcotic Tactical Operations Medical Support) program as well as Heckler & Koch’s tactical medicine program. Hugh served for 15 years as the team leader for the tactical medics assigned to the Henry County (Georgia) Police SWAT Team. He has completed a number of special operations courses including The United States Army’s SRT (Special Response Team) and Field Tactical Police Operations courses, FBI basic SWAT course, and Clayton Regional Police Academy SWAT Officer course. Hugh has also trained in swift water rescue. Contact Hugh

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