Trevor Mayschak

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Department of Emergency Medicine

Lecturer I


Bachelors of Science in Emergency Medicine Services, University of New Mexico

Licensed Paramedic, State of New Mexico and National Park Service

Diploma in Mountain Medicine, University of New Mexico


After completing my Bachelors of Science in EMS and the Diploma in Mountain Medicine program at UNM, I then went on to intern with Grand Canyon National Park as a Paramedic. During my stay there, I provided ALS services on the ambulance, down the trail, and on the helicopter. After completing my internship, I moved back to Albuquerque to work for the various wilderness medicine and mountain rescue courses here at UNM. During my time as a lecturer, I have provided education for the National Park Service at Grand Canyon, Glen Canyon, Yosemite, and Carlsbad in addition to the various search & rescue teams throughout the State of New Mexico. I have taught and presented original research on topics related to technical rope rescue at the 7th World Congress on Mountain and Wilderness Medicine as well as the International Technical Rescue Symposium. Outside of work, I spend most of my time in the amazing outdoors of the Southwest.

Teaching Interests

  • Search & Rescue, Technical Rope Rescue, Emergency Medicine
  • Search & Rescue, Technical Rope Rescue, Emergency Medicine
  • Procedure education