Justin Duncan serves as the President of the Missouri Emergency Medical Services Association, proudly representing the South-East region.
Chief Duncan is the Chief Executive Officer for Washington County Ambulance District Regional Mobile Healthcare which is a regional mobile healthcare system in rural Missouri. Chief Duncan has a long history in EMS, serving as both a ground and air EMS Clinician. He obtained numerous certifications and designations, including the following: Nationally Registered Paramedic, Missouri Licensed Paramedic, Board-Certified Critical Care Paramedic and Board-Certified Flight Paramedic. Given Chief Duncan’s history of dedication to healthcare and passion for education, his career naturally progressed into both education and leadership. He has served as an EMS instructor, a line level supervisor, department manager, regional director, and now Chief Executive Officer.
Chief Duncan has endeavored to maintain both breadth and depth in all his healthcare pursuits. He is a life-long advocate for EMS professionals, an ardent supporter of education, and is constantly looking for new ways to bring innovative therapies into the pre-hospital setting. He is particularly passionate about Mobile Integrated Healthcare (Community Paramedic) systems and the study of mechanical ventilation.
Above all else, Chief Duncan is a dedicated servant leader and strives to support those who take care of the ill and injured.