Positively West Virginia
Positively West Virginia
COVID-19 – Special Edition – Clinton Burley
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Show notes:

Normally each week, on this podcast, we interview West Virginia business leaders and share their success stories.
For the next few days – who knows how long that will be – we’re going to bring you daily special edition broadcasts specifically and intentionally around this basic question:  What can West Virginia businesses do – right now – to survive this current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic situation we’re all facing today?
When we first started this podcast project in 2017, we wanted to inspire people and equip people in West Virginia with examples of real-life entrepreneurs and businesses who built businesses in West Virginia.
So, this new urgent situation that we all find ourselves in –  falls right in line with our mission of Positively West Virginia.
Every weekday, we will be bringing you these business briefings to help business owners and business leaders – especially small businesses – practical ideas to use today.  Right now.
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Since 1981 Clinton Burley has been involved in the emergency medical services.
Through the decades he has served as a field paramedic, flight paramedic, EMS
educator, public relations officer and flight program manager.
Since 2011 he has served as president and chief executive officer of HealthNet
Aeromedical Services, the nation’s third largest not-for-profit critical care transport
program. Cooperatively owned and operated by West Virginia’s three academic
medical centers and operating twelve helicopters flying from ten base sites,
HealthNet’s teams annually care for and transport more than 5,000 patients. A
fully accredited program, in November 2019 HealthNet was named National
Program of the Year by the Association of Air Medical Services.
A lifelong resident of West Virginia, Clinton resides near Kenova, West Virginia
with his wife Melissa. They are the parents to two professional daughters. Lauren
is a resident physician at the Marshall University School of Medicine while
Lindsay is a third-year law student at the University of Cincinnati.
Clinton is a frequent speaker at regional and national meetings, sharing his passion
for the emergency medical services and promoting an aggressive, forward thinking
view of its funding and its future.