Jonnathan Busko is a board certified emergency medicine physician with 20 years experience in EMS and disaster response. He has worked as a paramedic, a firefighter, a rescue technician, a FEMA Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) Medical Specialist, and a physician for Maine Task Force 1. He completed an MD / MPH program at the University of Pittsburgh, a residency in Emergency Medicine at the Albany Medical Center, and EMS Fellowship at Carolinas Medical Center. He was the recipient of the 2004-2005 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine / Physio-Control EMS Research Fellowship Grant and competed a graduate certificate in Emergency Management at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Jonnathan is an emergency physician at Eastern Maine Medical Center (EMMC). He serves as the medical director for many agencies including Maine EMS Region 4, the Bangor Police Department Special Response Team, Capital Ambulance, and the Hermon Mountain Ski Patrol. Educational responsibilities include being the medical director of the Eastern Maine Community College EMS education program, Medical Advisor for the Maine Region of the National Ski Patrol, owner and medical director of Emergency Medical Resource Consulting International Inc., medical director of CDS Outdoor School, and an adjunct instructor in Ship’s Medicine at Maine Maritime Academy.When he’s not teaching or working in the emergency department, Jonnathan enjoys skiing, hiking, sailing, kayaking, and camping around Maine with his family.