EMS PSO Advisory Committee

The Center for Patient Safety EMS PSO Advisory Committee represents the CPS EMS Patient Safety Organization (PSO) participating organizations and other key stakeholders in CPS EMS activities.

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Rodney Dyche, JD
Paramedics Plus
Tyler, TX

Jennifer Fletcher, RN
Air Evac, LifeTeam
O’Fallon, MO

Dr. Brian Froelke, MD
Washington University School of Medicine
Christian Hospital EMS
St. Louis, MO

Cathy Jaynes, PhD, RN
St. Anthony’s Hospital
Lakewood, CO

Mike McEvoy, PhD, NRP, RN, CCRN
West Crescent Fire Department
Clifton Park, NY

Ruby Mehrer, RN
Lifeflight Eagle
Kansas City, MO

Taz Meyer
St. Charles County Ambulance
St. Peters, MO

Paul Misasi
Sedgwick County Emergency Medical Service
Sedgwick County, KS

Dr. John Russell
Cape County Private Ambulance
Cape Girardeau, MO

Jason Shearer
Kansas City Fire Department
Kansas City, MO

Mike Wallace
AMR
Independence, MO

Jason White, MPA
Consultant
Independence, MO

Center for Patient Safety

Alex Christgen, BS, CPPS
Executive Director

Eunice Halverson, MA
Patient Safety Specialist

Lee Varner, MS EMS, EMT-P
Patient Safety Director

Kathryn Wire, JD, MBA, CPHRM, CPPS
Project Manager

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