As a new member of the Nomadeec (Exelus) team taking on the position of Head of Emergency Care Client Relations, Victor, an expert in the field of emergency care services in his thirties, holds several general and specialized certifications in the fields of First Aid and Fire Prevention.

Proudly donning the red and white of emergency care…

In addition to his initial training as a firefighter, Victor also holds a State-issued diploma as a paramedic, the SSIAP certification (French certification in fire prevention and assistance to persons requiring emergency care), a specialized certification in transport of pediatric patients, a Phtls certification (Pre-Hospital Life Trauma Support), a POET certification (Pre-Obstetrics Emergency Training), and the GIC certification (Generic Instructor Course).  After spending a few years as Head of Safety and First Aid at the Puy du Fou theme park in Western France, Victor then managed an organization specializing in the transport of blood products and organs, before becoming a specialized ambulance driver and paramedic with the Ambulance Assistance unit in the city of Nantes.   In that capacity, he gained tremendous experience in the field of pre-hospitalization emergency care.  Concurrently, he’s been an active volunteer firefighter since 2008.

An expert in the field of Emergency Response

Victor brings to our teams his unique expertise in the area of pre-hospitalization emergency care by clearly defining the needs of the Nomadeec platform and how it should evolve over time.  From supporting our sales teams to ensuring the satisfaction of our Emergency Care clients, he is also in constant contact with field practitioners to ensure their feedback helps develop solutions which match the needs of health professionals.

What do you feel is the added value that telemedicine can bring to the field of emergency care?

“Telemedicine helps us to better structure and standardize the delivery of medical assessments by complementing them with crucial elements such as  photos, video, even EKG, which in turn help the triage physician to more accurately diagnose a patient and determine their pathway of care. Telemedicine also professionalizes first responders by providing them with the tools to offer a more complete delivery of care combined with high quality medical equipment.”