Nicole Swartwout

Nicole Swartwout

Nicole brings 12 years of Emergency Medical experience as an EMT-B, Emergency Department Technician, and BLS trainer. She is also a certified crisis interventionist and has dedicated over a decade as a volunteer grief support facilitator. Among her administrative duties with the City of Peoria Fire-Medical Department, she has been instrumental in the development and deployment of the Peer Support Team and Employee Wellness Program (EWP), both innovative initiatives that support first responders in crisis. Nicole holds an Associate’s degree in Emergency Operations and is currently working on her Bachelors in Biology/Pre-Med through Grand Canyon University. She serves as a regional resiliency trainer to the Arizona Department of Health Services and is also an advisor for the non-profit organization, EMShelp.org. Nicole is a notable public speaker as well as a published content contributor for multiple health and safety publications. She enjoys traveling, writing, and spending time with her husband and two beautiful children.