Marc Dumas, MD, FACEP, FAAEM

Marc Dumas, MD, FACEP, FAAEMAdjunct Instructor

About Marc:

Marc is a residency trained, board certified emergency physician. He has been involved with EMS for over 35 years. He has extensive experience in wilderness medicine and helped with development of the original W-EMT program. He engages in numerous outdoor activities including ice and rock climbing, cycling, mountaineering, and paragliding.

He also functions as a tactical physician, a position he’s held for over 17 years, and has worked with local police departments as well as the Alaska State Troopers, ATF, DEA, and FBI. Marc teaches Tactical Emergency Casualty Care and Tactical Combat Casualty Care to law enforcement, military, and civilian EMS providers.

Marc serves as medical director for the Fairbanks Fire Department, Guardian Flight, the Alaska Marine Highway System, and numerous other EMS agencies around the state of Alaska. He has extensive experience as a flight physician on both fixed wing and rotor wing aircraft. He lectures extensively on all aspects of EMS, critical care, transport medicine, and prolonged patient care.

In his spare time he sleeps.