CPS welcomes Lee Varner as new EMS Project Manager

May 22, 2014    |   By: Calevir

The Center is excited and proud to announce Lee Varner as our new EMS Project Manager as of May 21!   Lee joins the Center, most recently working with Mercy St. Louis as the EMS Outreach Coordinator where he has been working on a multitude of projects, including the development and implementation of “EMSource” a Mercy smart device application for EMS agencies to quickly access protocols and other useful information.   Lee is a licensed paramedic with over 20 years of field experience, and also  serves on the Missouri State Clinical Conference Board and the St. Louis County EMS and Hospital Communications Commission. Lee will be heading up all of the Center’s work related to emergency medical services safety culture and PSO activities.   Please join us in welcoming Lee!

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