Callie Fraser brings to PFC over 16 years of experience in firefighting, emergency medical services, and first responder trauma care. Callie started her career in the United States Air Force as a Flight Medic with Combat Search & Rescue (CSAR) teams. During her military service, she trained and worked closely with Combat Medics and trauma surgeons while involved in Combat Rescue Operations.
After leaving the military, Callie entered service as a Firefighter Paramedic. Her uniquely diverse experience includes working in coastal, urban, and major metropolitan environments. Throughout Callie’s career, her roles have included Field Training Officer, developing department-wide strategic & tactical operations planning, fire suppression and prevention, and emergency medical advanced life support.
Callie is currently a full-time Paramedic where she works in a fast paced, high volume, major metropolitan system unlike any other. She presently covers the northeast area of Las Vegas, NV, which leads the valley in homicides, violent crime, and emergency medical calls. Additionally, Callie works in a local military Emergency Care Facility supporting critical care needs for high-risk patients.
Callie holds numerous professional certifications to include National Registry Paramedic, Critical Care Paramedic, NAEMT Instructor, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, International Trauma Life Support (ITLS), and Protective Security Operations Certification (PSOC) Graduate.
Callie serves as a Lead Instructor for PFC Training medical courses and a Protection Agent/EMT for PFC Safeguards protective details.