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Mr. Hayato Yuuki 

CTE Department Chair
EMA Coordinator
hyuuki@nmusd.us

  • Health Science Fundamentals/ Introduction to Medical Professions
  • Medical Terminology
  • Emergency Medical Responder
  • Sports Medicine

This is my ninth year here at Estancia High School and I absolutely love it. I love being part of the EMA program as it is what I have been doing for the past 15 years. I started my Pre Hospital background back in 2004 and worked as an Emergency Medical Technician for a private ambulance company that contracted with the Anaheim Fire Department. During that time, I was fortunate enough to work at Anaheim Station 6 for 3 years, and had an average medical call rate of 25 calls per shift.  After Anaheim Station 6, I then took a leave of absence to go to Paramedic School at Saddleback College. Paramedic school is an intense 6-month program in which the first 3 months are classroom-based, then hospital rotations for 1 month, and then actually working in the field for the next 2. I was fortunate enough to do my Paramedic Internship with OCFA Medic 17, and Santa Ana Fire, SAM4. After Paramedic school, I came back to Anaheim and worked at Anaheim Station 3 (Disney Resort) and was able to continue my Pre Hospital medical career. In 2005, I graduated from the Santa Ana College Fire Academy, and in late 2007, I received my Double Subjects Teaching Credential, in which I was then able to teach High School students in my prospective career. My credential is in Health Education and Emergency Technology. I have taught at CoastlineROP, El Toro HS, Valley Vista HS, Westminster HS, and now at Estancia HS. I also work at UCI Medical Center in the Emergency Room as part of the Trauma Team. I am one of 9 people that are on the Trauma Team, and am able to provide quality care to patients that have suffered/sustained Trauma accidents.  

I love being part of the Estancia HS staff and try to stay involved in most school functions as they come around. I was fortunate enough to travel to Australia with our Australia Exchange Program twice, travel to Costa Rica with our World Cultures Club, been part of the softball program as an assistant JV coach, safety coordinator, and also been part of our Field Studies Program which has ventured me out to many beautiful places this nation has to offer.

Ms. Christina Scutti

cscutti@nmusd.us

  • Sports Medicine