Improving global prehospital and emergency medicine, public health, and disaster health care and preparedness

Sean Smith

Sean Smith is a Humanitarian/Flight Nurse-Paramedic who has practiced and taught Critical Care, Aero-Medical Transport, and Emergency Medicine across the age spectrum for more than 15 years. He is passionate about underserved populations, especially in pediatrics. He has degrees in Molecular Biology, Business Administration, and Nursing, and holds extensive post-graduate certifications in Tropical Medicine and Disaster/ Humanitarian Response.

Sean’s career highlights include serving eight years in the US Navy, numerous author/co-author credits, routinely lecturing at national/international conferences, more than 50 medical missions, coordinating ongoing projects in Guyana, Haiti, and Nepal, providing patient care and teaching in the “Hot Zone” during the 2014 Ebola outbreak, as well as providing PRN medical support to the NASA Space Shuttle Program for six years.

He is currently providing Covid-19 clinical guidance and training to numerous charities abroad, as well as to Georgetown Public Hospital, the main referral center of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana.