Daniel Stramp — Quality Improvement/Education Manager, Hot Springs Division
BS in Organization Management, John Brown University
AAS in Emergency Medical Services, National Park College
Arkansas and National Registry EMT-Paramedic
With both formal experience as an educator and an impressive career as a field paramedic, Daniel Stramp is well suited for his dual role as Quality Improvement/Education Manager. Daniel’s duties include chart review, system process review and improvement, and identification of educational opportunities. His day-to-day responsibilities include using statistical process control tools and methods to measure system performance and assisting LifeNet’s Medical Director with clinical tasks and protocol research and development. He reports to the General Manager.
Daniel has lived in Hot Springs most of his life. He served for four years in the U.S. Marine Corps before becoming an EMT with LifeMobile Ambulance service in 2000. He earned his and a paramedic certification in 2002. Shortly thereafter, Daniel went to work for Howard County Ambulance Service in Hot Springs Village, where he worked until LifeNet assumed the contract in 2009. Daniel has served as a shift supervisor and instructor for much of his EMS career. He accepted the Quality Improvement/Education Manager’s position at LifeNet in 2015. Daniel’s extensive work history in Hot Spring and Garland County has left him very familiar with the local medical community and prepared him well to serve as liaison between prehospital and hospital care providers.