Appointed to the Kentucky Board of Emergency Medical Services:
- Todd Early, of Louisville, is Oldham County EMS Director. He represents private licensed Class 1 ground ambulance service administrator who is a certified emergency medical technician or a licensed paramedic. The appointment replaces Terry L. Dossett, whose term has expired. Early shall serve for a term expiring Sept. 19, 2018.
- Philip R. Dietz, of Fort Mitchell, is a firefighter and paramedic for the Independence and Newport fire departments. He represents fire-service based licensed Class 1 ground ambulance service administrator. The appointment replaces Michael E. Gribbin, whose term has expired. Dietz shall serve for a term expiring Sept. 19, 2018.
- Carlos B. Coyle, of Richmond, is a paramedic and assistant director at Madison County EMS. He represents paramedics. The appointment replaces James L. Conley, whose term has expired. Coyle shall serve for a term expiring Sept. 19, 2018.
- Nancye C. Davis, of Richmond, is a nurse and EMS professor at Eastern Kentucky University, and represents EMS educators. The appointment replaces Mary A. Kleber, who resigned. Davis shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired term ending Sept. 19, 2016.
Reappointed to the Kentucky Board of Emergency Medical Services:to serve for terms expiring Sept. 19, 2018:
- Joe D. Bradshaw, of Barbourville, is program director for Air Evac Life Team. He represents licensed air ambulance service administrators or paramedics for a licensed air ambulance service headquartered in Kentucky.
- James C. Duke, of Beaver Dam, is owner of Com-Care Inc. He represents advanced life support government operated ambulance service administrator.
- Joseph A. Iocono, of Lexington, is a pediatric surgeon at the University of Kentucky and represents physicians licensed in Kentucky who are routinely involved in the emergency care of ill and injured children.
Appointed to the Veterans’ Program Trust Fund Board of Directors.
- David C. Jarrett, of Elizabethtown, is retired. He represents Disabled American Veterans. The appointment replaces Bobby Hazen. Jarrett shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired term ending July 15, 2016.
Appointed to the Kentucky Board for Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy, effective Nov. 1, 2014, to serve for terms expiring Oct. 31, 2018:
- Steven M. Wells, of Waco, is director of radiology at Baptist Health Richmond.. He represents licensed radiographers whose primary work responsibilities are related to general radiography. He replaces Ellis W. Blanton, who term has expired.
- Betty J. Brown, of Paducah, is a diagnostic imaging supervisor at Baptist Health Paducah. She represents licensed radiographers with a post-primary certification and whose primary work responsibilities are related to that post-primary certification. The appointment replaces Rebecca R. Baker, whose term has expired
Reappointed to the Kentucky Board for Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy, effective Nov. 1, to serve for a term expiring Oct. 31, 2018:
Carol Marie Scherbak, of Versailles, is an assistant professor and chair of the Radiation Therapy Department at St. Catharine College. She represents licensed radiation therapists
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