In order to elevate the level of ECG training across disciplines, you need to take a multidisciplinary approach. That is why Tom and Tim (both experts in their respective fields) joined forces to create ECG Medical Training. It does not matter whether you are a physician or a physician assistant, a nurse or a paramedic, every medical professional needs a solid foundation in ECG interpretation. Dr. Henry and Mr. Bouthillet started ECG Medical Training to be the definitive, comprehensive source for ECG interpretation for every discipline.
Tim Henry, MD is Director of Cardiology at the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute and has practiced cardiology for over 30 years. He is a leader in clinical medicine and research, co-authored nearly 250 manuscripts and book chapters in prominent peer reviewed journals including Circulation Research, JAMA, and Lancet. Dr. Henry is an internationally recognized leader in the treatment of refractory angina and acute myocardial infarction. US News and World Report named Dr. Henry one of the Best Doctors in America for the past seven years.
Dr. Henry is a recipient of numerous awards and research grants, including the Innovator Award from the American College of Cardiology, the LUMEN Global Lifetime Achievement Award in Myocardial Infarction, and the Minnesota American Heart Association “Heart & Stroke Hero” Award in Research. One award of note is the American Heart Association’s Heartsaver Hero. Dr. Henry was conferred this honor in part because of his pioneering work in improving Acute Coronary Syndrome care in Minnesota. His work extended lifesaving ACS protocols to patients throughout rural Minnesota.
Tom Bouthillet is a Fire Captain / Paramedic in South Carolina where he is the Emergency Cardiac Care Program Manager and the STEMI and CARES Site Coordinator of his fire department. He is a member of the Editorial Board of JEMS and EMS World, Editor-in-Chief of EMS12Lead.com, and co-founder of the EKG Club and Resuscitation group on Facebook, an EMS 10 Award recipient. He has taught nationally in the Critical Care Transport (CCEMT-P) program out of UMBC and his writings have been referenced in the American Heart Journal, the Journal of the American College of Cardiology: Cardiovascular Interventions, and the EP Lab Digest.