Meet Christopher Hoeman
Christopher was born in Pensacola, Florida on January 17, 1965. Being raised in a military family he traveled throughout the United States. He finally settled in Chester, NJ where he completed High School. From New Jersey, Christopher moved on to Massachusetts where he obtained a B.A./B.S. degrees in Physiology and Business from Gordon College. Shortly after he went to Syracuse University for his B.S. in Nursing and graduated with honors and recognition into Sigma Theta Tau. Prior to formally entering professional school Christopher worked in the surgical ICU and cardio-thoracic units at many major medical centers such as Mass General, Westchester Medical Center, University Hospital, Lahey and NEMC.
He began his formal professional training when he was accepted into the anesthesia program at Northeastern University. Christopher completed his three year training at New England Medical Center and passing the national AANA examination. From that point forward he has worked throughout many of the university and local hospitals as well as dental and plastic surgeons offices. Christopher is currently licensed in Adult Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS).
He is currently CEO of Round Trip Anesthesia services and works primarily with Salem Peabody Oral Surgery. He maintains an affiliation with Lowell General Hospital and Lawrence General Hospital. In addition, he is affiliated with Partners In Development (PID), a group which travels to Guatemala and provides health care and anesthesia services in jungle locations for the needy.