Gurnee, IL, March 22, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- About Thalia D. Sipple
Thalia D. Sipple is the Director and Owner of Meditrain International Medical and Health Training. She is also a Medical Professor at the center. Dr. Sipple received a B.S., summa cum laude, at Northwestern University and an M.S. in Biology from Northeastern University. She earned a D.O., summa cum laude, from Ohio University and a Ph.D. in Administration/Management of Pre-Hosp Med from Columbia Pacific University. Dr. Sipple was an Emergency Medicine and Trauma Physician in the USAF. She is a Professional Linguist (9 languages), a Paramedic, a Vet. Tech, and a Veteran Service Officer. Dr. Sipple is a Teaching Master in martial arts and a Master Diver. Dr. Sipple is also a Certified Dolphin Trainer. She is the recipient of numerous awards and honors including a 4 time U.S. Olympic Swimmer Champion winning Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals. She is also the recipient of Presidential award for her volunteer services to veterans which brought her to the White House as well as Capitol Hill. Dr. Sipple is the author of “Sprint Training: Physiology in Competitive Swimming,” “Administrative Manager in Pre-Hospital Medicine,” and has a book on WWII in progress. She is a member of numerous organizations including AmVets, American Legion, Purple Heart Veterans, the VFW, the Elks Club, American Red Cross, American Heart Association, and American College of Emergency Physicians. In her leisure time, Dr. Sipple enjoys martial arts, master diving instruction, swimming, and is a pilot.
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