Patrizio Rubcich (Rome 1967) Medical Doctor, Senior Consultant Anesthesiologist, Department of Anaesthesia and Critical Care Medicine, “Sapienza” University of Rome, St. Andrea Hospital, Rome, Italy. Master’s Degree (level II) in Analgesic Treatment (in Italian: Terapia del dolore cronico: tecniche invasive, mininvasive e terapia farmacologica). Qualified lecturer in Nursing- Sapienza University of Rome. Member of medical staff during Helicopter Emergency Medical Service, Search and Rescue, Helicopter hoist Operation with Ares 118. HEMS – SAR Istructor for medical personnel during Eurex Kossovo Mission 2011. Coordinator of anesthesiologist’s staff during foreign mission in Quiha Hospital (Ethiopia) and Tanguietà Ospedale Fatebenefratelli (Benin). Member of CNSAS Corpo Nazionale Soccorso Alpino e Speleologico (National alpine and cave rescue service).
Deputy Director of “Scuola Nazionale Medici Emergenza ad Alto Rischio in Ambiente Ipogeo” of CNSAS. Director of Regional Medical Committee – XXIV Delegazione Alpina, CNSAS. Medical National Instructor of CNSAS. Alpine Rescue Operator and Technical Medical Operator CNSAS.
SRT-1 (Swiftwater Rescue Technician) Diploma.
Health Manager of the CAVES 2019 course (Cooperative Adventure for Valuing and Exercising human behavior and performance Skills) of the European Space Agency (ESA) in Slovenia and Italy.
Member of the “La Venta Geographical Explorations”.
Mountaineer and speleologist, he participated, as a doctor and photographer, in expeditions and geographical explorations in the most remote locations of the planet: from the mountain of Asia to the Andean ones, from ice pack of Greenland to the “Hielo Continental”, he explored the most isolated forests of the Irian Jaya in New Guinea, the Borneo’s mountains, the Mongolian steppes and the African deserts, the Amazonian rainforests and central Africa.