Mr. Robbie Meek currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer of CDR Maguire Health and Medical, with a comprehensive background in Emergency and Critical Care Medicine. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mr. Meek served as the Incident Commander for the State of Florida Infectious Disease Field Hospital System where he oversaw the operations and management of the 9-facility system. He served in the designing process, training of the clinical staff, and the day-to-day operations. In May of 2020 when the State began to focus on Community Based Test Sites, Mr. Meek shifted his focus and began overseeing all of our Field Test Site operations. He designed and opened numerous test sites along with overseeing the creation of a digital process that improved testing accuracy and led to faster results.
Mr. Meek has over 20 years of active clinical experience in prehospital and critical care medicine, while simultaneously remaining an active educator for prehospital and critical care transport specialists. Prior to joining CDR Maguire, he was the founding Director of the Center for Disaster Medicine at Florida International University. Prior to that, he served with the United States Air Force on the Air Force’s elite Critical Care Air Transport (CCATT) Team. Mr. Meek has also recently become one of the leading experts in High Fidelity Simulation with the USAF.
Mr. Meek has been invited, several times, to speak on the subject and serve as the SME for several other sites wishing to set up a Human Simulation Department. Strengthening this foundation is his experience as an EMS administrator, as well as other mid-level committee work, providing for a career as a Paramedic that is filled with incredible experiences.
Mr. Meek remains clinically active as a functioning paramedic/firefighter and has multiple certifications, including:
Nationally Certified EMS Educator
Critical Care EMT Program (CCEMT-P)
Pediatric and Neonatal Critical Care Transport Program (PNCCTP)