Bureau of Emergency Medical Services
Justin Romanello has been involved with saving lives for nearly twenty five years and has done such all over the world to include providing care to ill climbers from the clutches of Mt. Everest as well as those in harm’s way in the Middle East. Throughout his career he has worked in roles with both rural and urban civilian emergency medical services, in multiple capacities with the United States Department of State and the Diplomatic Security Service (to include domestic duties as well as positions in Afghanistan and Iraq) and in the private sector providing medical evacuation, security extraction and crisis management worldwide. More recently, Mr. Romanello has taken the lead as the Chief of the Bureau of Emergency Medical Services for the State of New Hampshire and is dedicated to assisting EMS professionals with providing a safe and secure environment for the residents and visitors of the State. He is an avid hiker, traveler and motorcycle enthusiast and lives in Southern New Hampshire with his wife.
- M.A., Homeland Security & Emergency Management, American Military University, 2020
- B.S., Criminal Justice, Ashworth College, 2014
- Certificate, Paramedicine, Norwalk Community College, 2003
- A.S., General Studies, Middlesex Community College, 1998
Emergency Service Affiliations
- Senior Specialist and Training Officer, Global Rescue Inc.
- Deputy Director of EMS, CHSi MSSI – Department of State Support Contractor
- Remote Paramedic, CHSi MSSI – Department of State Support Contractor
- Lead Paramedic and OMU Instructor, Alutiiq – Diplomatic Security Service Operational Medicine Unit/Department of State Support Contractor
- Owner, Dynamic Conditions Consulting
- Paramedic, Stamford Emergency Medical Services