Springfield, VT – Lee is the Chief Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant (PA) and EMS Liaison for the Mt Ascutney Hospital, Emergency Department, Windsor, VT. Additionally, he is the Past President of the Society of Emergency Medicine PA’s and is employed by Emergency Services of New England, staffing ED’s in Critical Access Hospitals within Vermont. He is a retired a US Navy Master Chief Hospital Corpsman/Command Master Chief with 25 years active-duty service. After retiring from the Navy, he attended the University of New England PA Program obtaining his Masters Degree and the University of West Virginia Emergency Medicine Program and is certified in Emergency Medicine. He obtained his Doctorate Degree in Medical Science, at the University of Lynchburg, with emphasis on Clinical Leadership. Prior to becoming an Emergency Medicine PA, Lee had 30+ years of experience as a Firefighter and Paramedic. He is former faculty for Firefighting/EMS at Southern Maine Community College, Indian Head Community College, and Delaware State Fire School, Dover, DE. He is faculty for the ACEP Emergency Medicine Academy, Comprehensive Life Support (CALS) Instructor, Dartmouth Hitchcock SIMLAB Training Center and a longtime AHA BLS/ ACLS/PALS Instructor. He is also a former DMAT, MMRS, MRC member and DOD Motorcycle Safety Instructor. He enjoys participating in motorcycle rides to benefit veterans, EMS, firefighters, and police. He is an active member of the American Legion, Patriot Guard Riders, Red Knights, Rolling Thunder and Veterans No Boundaries. He enjoys riding his 1999 Honda Valkyrie on the beautiful mountain roads in New England with his lovely wife Sabina.
Lee resides in the Springfield, Vermont area. CLICK HERE to contact Lee