George Miller, M.Ed., NRP has devoted 35+ years of his life providing emergency care to the sick and injured as an International flight paramedic and flight training officer. Presently, George is a professor of emergency medicine in Phoenix, Arizona and is equally active as an instructor of CPR, ACLS, and PALS. With a powerful calling to help influence the multitudes of underserved practitioners worldwide, he has shifted his attentiveness to the Save A Life Initiative Advisory Board and its enthusiastic mission.
George anticipates that his deep-seated involvement will help provide high-quality lifesaving training to isolated health care providers. His true passion is making the world a healthier place to live by sharing his wide-ranging clinical experience and academic knowledge.
George earned his undergraduate and a graduate degree from Northern Arizona University in Career and Technical Education with an emphasis on health care and global leadership. He is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. Although thrilled by his academics, George will be the first to tell you his true knowledge is a product of spending years in the trenches serving others as a medical clinician of the sick and battered and not behind a desk.
In his free time, George enjoys hiking, ocean sailing, and traveling with his loving wife Tracy.