Tammy Cooper is AMR’s Clinical Education Services (“CES”) Manager in Stanislaus County. In this position, Tammy is responsible for clinical oversight of all AMR Stanislaus County accredited/certified paramedics and EMTs, oversight of our CES department, clinical investigations, EMS continuing education, quality assurance, continuous quality improvement, tracking clinical trends in the 911 system, and creating and administering remedial education through Clinical Education Assignments. Her duties also include New Employee Orientation and development, oversight of CARES database, oversight of our preceptor program, performing targeted clinical based audits, fulfilling customer service inquiries, ensuring smooth oversight of all training programs, preparation of Continuing Education certificates, policy/protocol development, internal and external customer service, coordination of the AMR CISM team, collaboration with County EMS and fire partners on special studies, and clinical liaison to MVEMSA.
Prior to her EMS career, Tammy received her Bachelor of Science in Business Management from University of Phoenix. She has been in EMS for more than 16 years and started her career as an EMT and then a Paramedic. During her time as a Paramedic, she became an instructor for paramedic students, preceptor for paramedic interns and Field Training Officer. She then went on to become an AHA instructor in PALS, ACLS, and BLS and continues to hold those disciplines as an instructor and faculty member for more than 12 years. She then moved on to the San Joaquin County CES Manager for five years and then transferred to Stanislaus County almost two years ago, as the Stanislaus County CES Manager.