Lee Morissette, PA-C is the Chief Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant and EMS Liaison for the Mount Ascutney Hospital and Health Center, Emergency Department, Windsor, Vermont. Additionally, he is the Immediate Past President of the Society of Emergency Medicine Physician Assistants (SEMPA) and is employed by Emergency Services of New England (ESNE), staffing Emergency Departments at Critical Access Hospitals in the Springfield and Windsor, Vermont area. He is a retired US Navy Master Chief Hospital Corpsman with 25 years active duty service, serving in many operational assignments with the Navy and Marine Corps, as well as a Command Master Chief. While in Navy he assisted in the instruction of the DOD Motorcycle Safety Training Course due to his extensive experience as a motorcycle rider and Navy Instructor. After retiring from the Navy, he attended the University of New England Physician Assistant Program obtaining his Master’s Degree in Science, the University of West Virginia Emergency Medicine Program and is certified in Emergency Medicine. Prior to becoming an Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant, Lee had 20+ years of experience as a Fire Fighter and Paramedic, he is certified as a Fire Instructor Level I and II by the National Board on Fire Service Professional Qualifications, a former faculty member Southern Maine Community College, Portland, ME and Indian Head Community College, Rice Lake WI instructing NREMT, NREMT-P Courses and Critical Care ParaMedicine Courses. He also was a former Fire/EMS Service Instructor, Delaware State Fire School, Dover, DE. He is faculty for the American College of Emergency Physicians Emergency Medicine Academy, Comprehensive Advanced Life Support Program Instructor, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Training Center Faculty, BLS, ACLS and PALS Instructor and currently precepts PA students for Franklin Pierce Physician Assistant Program. He is also a former DMAT, MMRS and MRC member in Maine and Wisconsin. He enjoys instructing various Fire and EMS topics, as well as participating in motorcycle rides to benefit veterans, police and firefighters. He is an active member of the American Legion, Patriot Guard Riders, Red Knights and Veterans No Boundaries, a group providing support to veterans with disabilities and their families.
Lee resides in the Springfield, Vermont area and can be contacted here.