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Joel Pratt

Joel has been involved in Emergency Medical Services since 1989. With over 20 years of wilderness and Search and Rescue (SAR) experience he is currently an Operations Chief and former Commander of Skagit County Sheriff Search and Rescue. 

He has a background in ground SAR, Mountain Rescue, Snowmobile Rescue, Dive Rescue, Swiftwater Rescue, 4X4 Rescue and Helicopter Rescue operations.

He is currently the Senior Instructor for Skagit County Medic One, overseeing the training and education of over 400 ALS and BLS personnel and a cadre of over 35 instructors.

His additional duties also include service as a Paramedic and Squad Leader for the federal Disaster Medical Team (DMAT) as well as the federal Mobile Acute Care Strike Team (MAC-ST).

Joel is also an award-winning homebrewer. Earning the opportunity to brew his beers professionally with both the RAM Brewery in Puyallup, WA and with 3 Skulls Ales in Seattle, WA and competing in the Great American Beer Festival in the Pro-Am category.

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