James DiClemente, NRP, NCEE, I/C is the Director of Center for Medics, which is the educational arm of Professional Ambulance in Cambridge, MA. In his role with the center he provides a variety of training to thousands of healthcare workers annually. He is also responsible for the operations of one of the largest paramedic programs in the North East and was the first nationally accredited paramedic programs in Massachusetts. James stills works clinically as a paramedic in Cambridge and its surrounding communities. James is a team leader for the METI project, which provides medical education and support to underserved areas. The current project includes St. Luc’s Hospital in Port Au Prince, Haiti and the sister city of Cambridge Les Cayes, Haiti. James also sits on the Paul Coverdell Stroke Collaborative committee focusing on improving stroke care in Massachusetts in all levels of healthcare.