Darick Day BS, EMT-P, CCP-C, FP-C is the Deputy Chief and second in command of Washington County Ambulance District.
Deputy Chief Day is a Missouri Licensed Paramedic, Missouri Licensed Community Paramedic, Board-Certified Critical Care Paramedic and Board-Certified Flight Paramedic, along with numerous other instructor certifications and designations. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in EMS Administration.
Deputy Chief Day is a renowned educator and considered an expert in pre-hospital emergency medicine. He is highly focused on maintaining WCAD’s Clinical Program and ensures our patients receive the best care possible.
In addition to his responsibilities at Washington County Ambulance District, Deputy Chief Day serves as the Director of EMS Education at Mineral Area College, is the primary instructor for the MAC Paramedic Program, and is the primary instructor for the Fundamentals of Critical Care Transport Program. He generously offers his expertise and knowledge to other regional healthcare entities as well and frequently lectures on various critical care topics.
Deputy Chief Day makes it his mission to elevate prehospital and transport medicine to its highest potential and inspire others to help push our industry into the future.