Accident Scene Management / Road Guardians

Don Enninga, B.S., EMT Intermediate-Lead Instructor/Instructor Trainer

Don EnningaI am the Emergency Medical Services Coordinator at Morgan Community College, 920 Barlow Road in Fort Morgan, CO.  My EMS career began in 1980 when, having taken an EMT class in Byers Colorado where I was a Vocational Agriculture Instructor, I moved to Wiggins, CO.  When it was known that I was an EMT Basic, I was asked to consider joining Morgan County Ambulance Service. My career there started in October of 1980 and continued until 2010 when I retired from active ambulance service work.

I teach the on-campus EMT Basic, IV, ITLS, CPR, and First Aid courses for MCC and coordinate the  EMS course offerings off-campus in the 11,500 square mile service area for MCC.  This encompasses an area from Ft. Morgan east to Wray, south to Burlington, west through Limon to Bennett, and back to Ft. Morgan. I also coordinate the on-campus courses such as EMT Intermediate, ACLS, PALS, and others.

I have been a member of ABATE of Colorado since 2003 and currently serve as Northeast Regional Coordinator and Assistant State Coordinator for ABATE of Colorado and a member of District One in northeast Colorado.  I have been an ASM lead instructor since 2008 and believe all motorcyclists should have this training to know how to properly handle an injured motorcyclist and the accident scene.

Please contact me by filling out the form online.


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