SKILLS TO REACH THE REMOTE
Captain Jason Muise is a Registered Nurse in the United States Army currently stationed at Fort Lewis, Washington. Jason completed his Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing at Clemson University and the U.S. Army Emergency and Critical Care Nursing Course at Brooke Army Medical Center, the DoD’s only Level I Trauma Center and Burn Center. He is a board certified Emergency Nurse and a recipient of the internationally recognized Diploma in Mountain Medicine, denoting expertise in high-altitude medicine, rescue, and expedition medical planning. Jason is also a Fellow of the Academy of Wilderness Medicine. Other career highlights include one deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan), multiple deployments in support of military exercises in Southeast Asia, and service as an Expedition Medic in both Argentina and Alaska.
Jason’s career interests cover the delivery of world-class medicine from the foxhole to the fixed facility. Jason has lectured locally on a wide range of topics covering prolonged field care, austere trauma management, and wilderness medicine. Jason is an active member of the Wilderness Medical Society, Emergency Nurses Association, the American Mountain Guides Association, and the Special Operations Medical Association.
Jason currently lives in Tacoma, Washington with his wife Trista. He enjoys climbing, skiing, sailing, mountain biking, and traveling. Jason has visited dozens of countries around the world spanning six of the seven continents.