About Leo Combs
Leo has been in the medical field for over twenty years. His experience includes working as the Tri-City fever athletic trainer, Tri-City Posse minor league baseball trainer, on the equipment staff at Eastern Washington University, as a Richland Fire Fighter/EMT and Mid-Columbia Ambulance EMT-Paramedic, as a former athletic trainer for Hanford High School football camps, as well as a the former sports medicine trainer and teacher at Kamiakin High School.
He is a local and feels extremely connected to the community and strives to give back as much as he can. Leo has been a volunteer with the CBC Advanced Cardiac Life Support Program (ACLS) where he worked as a volunteer Airway Obstruction CPR Instructor and he is a member of the Minority Business Development Agency.
Leo started nearly twenty years ago as an Emergency Medical Technician/Paramedic/ Firefighter for the Richland Fire Department and has over ten years of experience as an EMT-Paramedic/Firefighter. In addition he served as the Sports Medicine Trainer at Kamiakin High School for over twenty years. This position has allowed him to develop strong ties within the community. Not to mention the Instructional experience gained, for over ten years he served as the staff instructor for First Aid & CPR certifications required by the Kennewick School District. In addition he instructed the Sports Medicine Course offered at KAHS for nearly twenty years. In conjunction with his work at the school district Leo was a Security Officer at Energy Northwest for over twenty years.
He is experienced in corporate training. Instructing both Walmart and Costco employees and has partnered with the Home Builders Association for over a decade.
Vocationally certified in Sports Medicine
American Heart Certified
Industrial First Aid Certified (WA State)