Stacey Wigent, BS, NRP, EMS-I, became a Pennsylvania EMT in 2004 and both a Pennsylvania and nationally registered paramedic in 2008. She has been involved in emergency medical services as a provider in both volunteer and career capacities. She has experience providing both basic life support and advanced life support in rural, suburban and urban environments and in the 911, interfacility/critical care, large event and hospital settings.
In 2018, Wigent began as a part time EMS and American Heart Association (AHA) instructor for the Department of Emergency Medical Services under Drexel’s College Nursing and Health Professions. She has since progressed this employment and is now employed in the same department as a full time EMT course coordinator and EMS educator.
In 2014, she earned a Bachelor of Science with a minor in Emergency Management from Drexel University. She hopes to continue her education at Drexel University and attain a Master and eventually a Doctorate.
Currently, Wigent resides with her fiance’ Pete and her two beloved dogs Ellie (a basset hound) and Fred (a great dane). In her spare time, she enjoys camping, hiking, spending time with her family and spoiling her dogs with walks and treats.
• American Heart Association (BLS Instructor, ACLS Instructor, PALS Instructor)
• Pennsylvania State Department of Health (Paramedic)
• National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (Paramedic)
• National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (PHTLS)
• Volunteer Fireman’s Insurance Services (EVDT-Instructor)
• American College of Surgeons (ATLS Coordinator)
• National Association of EMS Educators (Level 1 Instructor)
Emergency Medical Services; Resuscitation Medicine and Education