Matt Streger

Matt Streger

Matthew R. Streger, Esq., MPA, NRP, is a paramedic and attorney with more than thirty-five years of EMS experience. Matthew is a Partner at the law firm of Keavney & Streger in New Jersey and focuses his practice on the needs of EMS agencies and providers. He is the recipient of the 2018 New Jersey State Bar Association Health Law Distinguished Service Award, the 2012 Service to the Bar Award, and led his agency to the 2014 New Jersey EMS System of the Year Award. He is admitted to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He is also a Principal at the consulting and education firm of EMSaegis, LLC. Matthew has practiced law since 2006. He is a past Chair of the New Jersey State Bar Association Health Law Section and a past leader in the Young Lawyers Division. Matthew previously worked in EMS systems in New Jersey, New York, South Carolina and Ohio. He previously served as the Executive Director of Mobile Health Services (EMS) at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Jersey and the Deputy Commissioner of EMS in Cleveland. He was a member of the Panel of Commissioners for the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services and standards review committee from 2015 to 2020, and is a current member of the CAAS Standards Committee. Matthew completed his Paramedic Training at the UMDNJ School of Health-Related Professions in Newark, New Jersey. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration from the City University of New York, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, a Master of Public Administration Degree from Clemson University, and a Juris Doctor from Seton Hall University School of Law. Matthew also holds a Healthcare Compliance Certificate from Seton Hall. Matthew actively serves as a Per-Diem EMT for the Cherry Hill Fire Department EMS in New Jersey.

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