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Bringing Life, Work & Passion Back into Balance

South Dakota Association of Healthcare Organizations (SDAHO) and ​The North Dakota Hospital Association (NDHA) have partnered to offer this 3-part webinar series. COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the lives of many, but especially those working on the healthcare front lines. Beginning on February 11, NDHA and SDAHO will bring you three webinar sessions designed to help deal with the pressures of today.
  • February 11, 3:30 – 4:30pm CST, HELP I’M DROWNING!  Stress and Balancing Life
  • February 18, 3:30 – 4:30pm CST, This Won’t Last Forever; What’s the Next Chapter After COVID-19?
  • February 25, 3:30 – 4:30pm CST, PASSION, Catch It…Share It

Kirk E. Mittelman, MEd, NRP
Capt. Kirk is a 40-year veteran of EMS and Public Safety. He retired in 2001 from Provo City Police after 22 years and is a Purple Heart recipient. Upon retiring from Law Enforcement, he went to work full time in the Fire/EMS service where he again retired after serving as a Paramedic Captain and EMS Coordinator for Eagle Mountain Fire Department. Capt. Kirk is currently working for Reach Air Medical, serving Contra Costa County Fire Protection District as the Clinical Quality Improvement and Clinical Education Coor-dinator.  Capt. Kirk teaches all levels of EMT’s and wilderness medicine as the Co-Founder and Program Director of Mt. Nebo Training. In his spare time he travels to 3rd World countries as a volunteer teaching EMS to physicians, nurses and EMS personnel. When things get too hectic, Papa Kirk can be found waterskiing and enjoying the sun at Lake Powell with his 4 children and their spouses, 14 grand and 4 great grandchildren.


Margaret A. Mittelman, MEd., NRP

Margaret is a Professor, for Utah Valley University teaching EMS and Emergency Management.  Margaret is the Co-Founder of Mt. Nebo Training in Provo Utah. Margaret serves as Utah practical test team proctor. Margaret has received accolades at every level and received the coveted Dr. Keith Hooker Lifetime Achievement and Dr. Robert Hogan EMS Awards. A 40-year EMS veteran and leader in EMS, Margaret is a favorite presenter at State and National Conventions; gaining notoriety for her portrayal of Ann Robinson of “The Weakest Link.” In her spare time Margaret enjoys spending time on Lake Powell skiing and relaxing with her 4 children, their spouses, 14 grandchildren and 4 great grand-children.

To register for these sessions, click here.  

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