Timothy Dackow, RN, EMT-P
Coordinator, Trauma Injury Prevention and EMS Outreach
As coordinator of trauma injury prevention and EMS outreach at the Southside Hospital Trauma Center, Timothy Dackow, RN, EMT-P, manages several injury prevention and educational programs throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties. He is also a regional bleeding control instructor (B-Con) for the Northwell Health Trauma Institute’s Stop the Bleed programs.
Mr. Dackow is a registered nurse and has been a critical care paramedic for more than 25 years. He is an active member of Suffolk County’s Regional Emergency Medical Advisory Committee (REMAC) and Regional Trauma Advisory Committee (RTAC).
At Northwell, he helped advance several regional performance initiatives, working with Suffolk County EMS, Northwell Health Center for Emergency Medical Services (CEMS) and the Northwell Health Trauma Institute. His outreach efforts include offering continuing medical education lectures to fire and EMS agencies, police departments, local school districts, churches and to Long Island communities.
Mr. Dackow also educates and provides outreach for ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI), or heart attack, victims. He helped implement STEMI systems’ of care initiatives within Southside Hospital and Suffolk County’s STEMI Task Force. His leadership helped Southside’s STEMI care teams (EMS, emergency medicine and the Department of Cardiology) earn several American Heart Association Mission Lifeline Gold.
Mr. Dackow holds a bachelor’s degree in EMS management from George Washington University and is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Adult Nurse Practitioner at Stony Brook University.