Executive Director, Senior Vice President of the Lakes Division
Stacy Meier is the Senior Vice President in charge of Stewart’s Lakes division as well as the Executive Director of all Stewart’s clinical operations. She became a Nationally Registered EMT in 1992, an NREMT-Intermediate in 1994 and completed the Advance Life Institute's (ALSI) Paramedic program in 1996. She completed her Critical Care program from UMBC and continues her certifications in ACLS, PALS, NRP BCLS, PHTLS and AMLS.
Her career started in a small ski town volunteering on the local fast squad, providing mountain rescues and increasing my skill level. She became the Director of Lin-Wood Ambulance Service and continued my work with ALSI as the Clinical Director. She served on the Central NH Special Operations Unit as a Tactical Medic for several years. She provided educational support to various Paramedic programs as an instructor.
She retired from Lin-wood Ambulance service after many years of service and became a staff medic for Stewart's Ambulance in 2007.
She has participated in many various State boards and committees including many years on the NH EMS Protocol committee, Vice Chair of the NH State Trauma Services Coordinating Board and proudly served on the EMS LODD Memorial development committee. She is an active member in the NH Ambulance Association, American Ambulance Association member, IAFC member & NAEMT member. She has received several awards including Educator of the Year (Littleton Regional Hospital), EMT of the Year (North Country), Commendation for MCI scene management, 2011 NH EMS unit of the year and most recently NH Department of Safety Dr. David J. Connor Memorial "Connor Honor".