Joseph Lozada is a licensed Registered Nurse from West Texas and has worked in a range of settings including Trauma/Burn, ICU and in-flight medicine. Lozada is also a former EMT.
Joseph proudly applies his skills as a flight nurse with the United States Air Force. Over multiple deployments, mobilizations and exercises Joseph has saved lives and provided a multitude of training to American service members and coalition allies.
Lozada has been an instructor for many topics since first working with Texas Tech Health Sciences School of Nursing in 2013. His inspiration comes from his family and he believes everyone has superhero abilities. You're super power could be the ability to save a life.
Tyler Bains is a Paramedic born and raised in Lubbock, Texas. He holds the FP-C, CCP-C, and C-NPT board certifications and has worked in a variety of EMS roles including urban, rural, frontier, and flight medicine.
Tyler has taught emergency medicine topics since 2014 and has a passion for teaching.
Rockie serves as a Medical Service Corps officer in an Aeromedical Evacuation squadron in the United States Air Force. He has held roles in emergency management, medical readiness and has deployed as part of an Aeromedical Evacuation Liason Team.
Rockie draws inspiration from his family and faith.