Jess Boyle, BS, NRP, FP-C, CCP-C
Hospital-Based Care Domain Fellow
Jess Boyle is a husband, father, and proud New Yorker. Currently, Jess serves as a director of a suburban EMS service and Clinical Assistant Professor of Health Science at Stony Brook University. Previously, Jess was a Senior Project Manager for New York-Presbyterian's Digital Health team, helping to develop and grow programs in Community TeleParamedicine, Remote Patient Monitoring, and unscheduled tele-urgent care. In addition, Jess was a hospital-based critical care transport team educator and led a successful mobile medical simulation training program.
Previously, Jess was a critical care paramedic in adult, pediatric, and neonatal patients, as well as a flight paramedic. He holds board certifications in these disciplines, in addition to instructor credentials in several others.
He has taught and lectured at several industry and academic conferences on topics including difficult airway management and medical response to chemical and biological incidents. He continues to educate physicians, advanced practice providers, nurses, and other medical professionals for several large medical institutions in the New York metropolitan area.
Area of Interest: Hospital-Based Critical Care Transport; Telehealth; Prehospital Medicine