Ep. #14 Joe Connelly Talks About *NYC Medics Global Disaster Relief

Part 2 of my conversation with author Joe Connelly as he tells me what it is like operating a Trauma Stabilization Point (TSP) in Iraq during the Battle of Mosul in 2016/2017 as part of NYC Medics Global Disaster Relief. Joe is a founding member of *NYC Medics. “*NYC Medics rapidly deploys mobile medical teams to remote areas of disaster zones and humanitarian emergencies, providing the highest level of medical care to those who otherwise would not have access to aid and relief efforts.” Listen as he describes the humble beginnings of the organization 2005 all the way to present day providing care as a civilian in a war zone.

*NYC Medics
Mission to Mosul: NYC Medics saves lives in combat zone
EMS World Story: On the Front Lines: EMS and the Battle for Mosul
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