Marc Mileti graduated from Lorain County Community College (LCCC) with his Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) in 1998 and began his career in 1999 as a registered nurse (RN) at Fairview Hospital on their Progressive Coronary Care Unit. In 2000, Marc transferred to the Kemper Coronary Care Intensive Care and completed his Basic Emergency Medical Technician course at LCCC. With the goal to become a Flight Nurse, Marc continued his pre-hospital education in 2001 at Erie Huron Ottawa Vocational Education (EHOVE) and became a Paramedic; in addition to Paramedic school in 2001 Marc started working at the Cleveland Clinic in their Cardio-Thoracic Intensive Care Unit. In 2002 with his Paramedic training completed, he began working for LifeCare Ambulance responding to emergencies and non-emergency transports; in addition, Marc transitioned to the Emergency Department (ED) at Elyria Memorial Hospital (EMH) as a RN full-time.
From there Marc decided he wanted to travel and see the county, in which he began working for a travel agency as a RN and working at Washington DC Metro in the CCU and California in the CTICU at Stanford University Medical Center. In California for almost two years, Marc also worked for local staffing agencies working at smaller hospitals in their emergency departments at Santa Cruz and Watsonville.
In 2004, Marc came back home to Ohio and started working again at LifeCare as a Paramedic and at EMH in their ED as a RN. In 2007, Marc transitioned off the truck at LifeCare, completing his EMS-Instructor course and teaching for LifeCare Training Academy (LCTA.) During his time at LCTA, Marc became the primary clinical preceptor for their paramedic program and their Clinical Coordinator when they completed their National Accreditation.
In 2011, Marc achieved his goal of becoming a Flight Nurse for Metro Life Flight. Missing the pre-hospital environment and patient care, Marc began working for LaGrange Township Fire & EMS in 2015. In 2017, Marc completed his Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Ohio University.
Marc’s background in the hospital and pre-hospital setting allows for dynamic clinical experiences connecting pre-hospital care with in-patient hospital care and management. Engaging students to experience the hospital setting and correlating patient management to the pre-hospital environment. Marc continually strives to encourage and highlight the essential role pre-hospital EMS has on determining patient outcome, acute care and stabilization. In addition, Marc enjoys connecting lectures on anatomy, pathophysiology, pharmacodynamics and assessment into clinical situations correlating classroom lectures and laboratory skills into real live clinical patients and experiences.