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Michigan Association of Ambulance Services announces 2020/2021 board of directors

Wednesday, January 22, 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Angela Madden
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Lansing, Michigan – The Michigan Association of Ambulance Services, the resource and advocate for ambulance services in Michigan, today announced its 2020/2021 leadership and board of directors:

Jack Fisher, Executive Director of Medic 1 Ambulance from Berrien County which serves seventeen cities and townships will serve as MAAS president in 2020/2021. Fisher has worked in EMS for 45 years and previously served as MAAS president-elect.

“It is an honor to lead the board of the Michigan Association of Ambulance Services and accelerate the mission of advocating and strengthening EMS services across Michigan,” Fisher said. “I look forward to getting to work on behalf of all EMS professionals in our state.” 

Joining Fisher on the MAAS board in 2020 are:

·         President-Elect: Jason MacDonald of Mobile Medical Response

·         Past-President: Kolby Miller, Medstar Ambulance

·         Secretary: David Curtis, Superior Air-Ground Ambulance

·         Treasurer: Mark Meijer, Life EMS Ambulance

·         Region 1: Ron Slagell, Emergent Health Partners

·         Region 2N: Bill Grubb, Star EMS

·         Region 2S:  Terrye Nicholls, DMCare Express

·         Region 3: John Clayton, Mid-Michigan Medical Center EMS

·         Region 5: Brian Scribner, Southwest Michigan Community

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·         Region 6: Tom Schmiedeknecht, Professional Med-Team Ambulance

·         Region 7: Rick Dupon, Denton Township Ambulance Service

·         Region 8: Gary Wadaga, Bay Ambulance

·         Region 9: Denise Landis, U of M Survival Flight

·         At Large: David Slifka, Reading Emergency Unit

·         At Large: Kenneth Cummings, Tri-Hospital EMS

·         At Large: Jeff White, Richmond Lenox Ambulance Authority

·         At Large: Chris Haney, Star EMS

“MAAS is honored to have so many leading EMS professionals providing their insight to the association,” said Angela Madden, MAAS executive director. “We have a track record of strong leadership at MAAS and want to extend special thank yous to Kolby Miller who just completed his term as president and also to Dale Berry and Jeff Boyd who have completed their time on the board. Their work on behalf of EMS professionals across Michigan makes a huge difference.”

Michigan currently has 27,000 EMS providers, 831 life support agencies and more than 2,400 licensed life support vehicles, according to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services’ Bureau of EMS, Trauma and Preparedness. 


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