Allison J. Bloom, Esq.
Allison J. Bloom is currently an attorney in private law practice in the field of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Law. Her practice is focused on providing risk management and legal services to EMS and Fire agencies, concentrated around governance, legal and regulatory compliance, Records and Information Management (RIM) compliance, ethics, E-Discovery, technology, and corporate and business law. She has also worked as a products liability defense attorney in the pharmaceutical industry.
Throughout her law career, Allison has represented numerous EMS and Fire agencies, is a nationally-recognized author of articles on legal liability, compliance and risk management topics, and lectures frequently on legal topics. She is currently a contributing writer for Journal of Emergency Medical Services (JEMS), and EMS Insider, and is a member of the EMS Today Program Advisory Board.
Allison has also been certified as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) for over 25 years, having worked in both commercial and volunteer settings. She is a former President/Chief of Service, Director of Training and Director of Personnel of a volunteer EMS agency, and worked for a commercial ambulance service as both a field provider and in the communications center. At various times throughout her EMS career, she has also held advanced-level EMT certifications.
Allison is currently certified as an EMT and an Emergency Medical Services-Instructor in the State of Connecticut.
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