Leigh Dooley

Senior Paramedic/Field Training Officer
MetroAtlanta Ambulance Service, Inc.
Marietta, GA

Leigh Dooley began her 24 year career in EMS in Cobb County, Georgia as a EMT Basic and became a Paramedic in 1992. Leigh currently serves as a Sr. Paramedic/Field Training Officer where she routinely first responds on calls and mentors new and seasoned employees in the field. She is a certified instructor in Basic Cardiac Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Pediatric Life Support and assists teaching classes at the MetroAtlanta EMS Academy. On her days off she teaches CPR/AED training to our local Georgia High School and Georgia Middle School Athletic Associations, local school system employees, neighborhood associations and scout troops. She coaches Girls Fast Pitch Softball and serves as a mentor to young girls in need of a positive role model. She teaches her girls the importance of servant leadership and has them participate in raising funds at the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. At Christmas, Leigh organized, raised funds and coordinate volunteers to provide gifts to kids at the local Boys and Girls Club. She also provided Christmas gifts and treats to 46 caregivers and staff members at our local hospice. MetroAtlanta Ambulance employees nominated Leigh to receive the Stars of Life Award and represent our company. Her compassion for others and selfless acts of philanthropy and community outreach is a great testament to her love for others. She is a great representative of the EMS industry, our company and she serves as a role model for us all. Leigh has a daughter Morgan and lives in Kennesaw, Georgia.”

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