Brad Chernock ’03 will Speak to NA Students on February 8, 2018

Brad Chernock ’03 will come back to campus on February 8, 2018, to share his experiences in the medical field with NA students. 
He majored in Emergency Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh where he was a paramedic, critical care paramedic/EMT instructor and a member of the Seven Springs Ski Patrol. After graduating college, he worked for the JFK Health System and University Hospital EMS as a paramedic. He holds several instructor certifications in advanced cardiac life support, pediatric advanced cardiac life support, trauma care and difficult airway management and has created his own unique continuing education classes for EMTs and paramedics.
Brad graduated from the Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medicine Surgical Physician Assistant (PA) program and began working in General, Trauma and Critical Care Surgery at Jersey City Medical Center. He was a member of the Mobile Trauma Unit providing trauma/surgical support to the United States Secret Service and other federal law enforcement agencies during the United Nations General Assembly. He became the first PA to be a member of the elite NJ-Task Force One Urban Search and Rescue team.
Brad is pursuing a distinction in medical education at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, where he is a humanism fellow and plans to apply to residency programs in general surgery next year.