Government Services Committee

Government Services Leaders

Chair

Eric Kretz, MD

Wright Patterson Air Force Base/ Wirght State University

Chair-Elect

CPT Kyler Osborne, MD

Madigan Army Medical Center

Vice Chair

Michael Shulby, OMS-IV

Midwestern University - Glendale, AZ

Assistant Vice Chair

Ryan Leone, MSc

Columbia University

Assistant Vice Chair 2

Morgan Denecke, MD, OMS-IV

Madigan Army Medical Center

Vice Speaker of the Council

Jacob Altholz, MD

Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at University of Las Vegas/Nellis Air Force Base, Mike O’Callaghan Military Medical Center
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Chair

Eric Kretz, MD

Wright Patterson Air Force Base/ Wirght State University

Chair-Elect

CPT Kyler Osborne, MD

Madigan Army Medical Center

Vice Chair

Michael Shulby, OMS-IV

Midwestern University - Glendale, AZ

Assistant Vice Chair

Ryan Leone, MSc

Columbia University

Assistant Vice Chair 2

Morgan Denecke, MD, OMS-IV

Madigan Army Medical Center

Vice Speaker of the Council

Jacob Altholz, MD

Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at University of Las Vegas/Nellis Air Force Base, Mike O’Callaghan Military Medical Center
Contact Jacob

Army

US Army Medical Services Resources including advice, links, programs, and match.

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USAF Medical Services Resources including advice, links, programs, and match.

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USN Medical Services Resources including advice, links, programs, and match blueprint.

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Committee Videos

Undersea & Dive Emergencies with Dr. Steven Portouw

held virtually on Tuesday Sep 19: presented by Dr. Dr. Steven Portouw and EMRA's Government Services and Wilderness committees

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Forward Resuscitative Medicine: Where Do We Go From Here?

from June 2023: presented by Dr. Fontenette and EMRA's Government Services and Critical Care committees

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Lessons Learned from the Miami Building Collapse CORD23 Programming

from March 2023: Dr. Yee presenting our CORD programming, Lessons Learned from the Miami Building Collapse

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Fem in EM Perspectives from the US Navy

from March 2023: Dr. Kat Landa discussing Fem in EM: a US Navy Perspective.

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From the Battlefield to the Streets: The Changing Landscape of Blood Transfusions in the Field

from August 2022: Dr. Kennen Less discussing the US Marine Corps Valkyrie Emergency Whole Blood Transfusion Program (co-hosted with Wilderness Committee)

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Quarterly Collaborations III Use of Transesophageal Echocardiogram (TEE) During an Emergency Resuscitation

from December 2021: Dr. John Seifert reviewing TEE during a code (co-hosted with Ultrasound Committee)

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Deployed Medicine: Toxicology Cases

EMRA's Government Services leadership team is excited to announce Part III of our 2022-23 Quarterly Collaborations lecture series, as the EMRA Toxicology Committee joined us to host Dr. David Tanen, MD, FAAEM, FACMT on Tuesday, December 06, 2022. Dr. Tanen is a fellowship-trained medical toxicologist and emergency medicine attending physician at Harbor-UCLA who had a prolific medical career in the US Navy before transitioning to civilian EM. He gave a wonderful talk covering unique and interesting toxicology cases encountered while deployed around the world.

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Government Services + EMS Committees

Yev Maksimenko, MD, NRP
Capt, USAF, MC
EMRA Director of Leadership Development

Incorporating Civilian EMS Lessons Into a Vision for the Future of EMS Medical Direction in the US Military

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EMRA Admin & Ops + Government Services Collaboration: June 2021

EMRA's Administration & Operations and Government Services Committees collaborate for a power session with Dr. Gillian Schmitz.

EMRA Administration & Operations Committee
EMRA Government Services Committee

Speakers

Dr. Gillian Schmitz, MD, FACEP
ACEP President-Elect

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Overview

Through EMRA’s Government Services Committee, we are establishing a sustainable network between all military service emergency medicine residents to help civilian residents transition to military careers and foster academic collaboration among all the armed services.

This committee is for you if you are interested in:

  • Learning more about military emergency medicine as a student, resident or civilian physician.
  • Developing a nationwide network to collaborate and mentor across all armed services, medical schools and residencies.
  • Showcasing the unique and important contributions military medicine offers emergency medicine.

Government Services Committee Objectives

  1. Establish a support network to promote mentorship, research, and leadership between civilian and military emergency medicine residency programs.
  2. Broadcast military medicine and our unique contributions to emergency medicine by increasing the presence of military medicine academic topics in EMRA.
  3. Provide resources to prepare medical students and civilian residents’ for the transition to military careers.
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Military Match Topics

Checkout EMRA Hangouts topics on Army, Navy, and Air Force Military Match and EM Bound HPSP Students.

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Resources

Mentorship Opportunities

GS ACEP has developed a robust resource for all things EM military mentorship. No matter where you are in your career this program will help you navigate your current station to help you get to where you want to be. This platform can either give you quick mentorship advice or set you up with a long term mentor - whatever you need, you can find it here.

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Government Services Chapter of ACEP

GSACEP is the Government Services Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians. The GS chapter was formed in 1977 by ACEP to give military physicians a chapter “home” to build networking and leadership opportunities that would be consistent despite frequent military moves. GSACEP has expanded to represent the unique practice situations encountered by active duty, National Guard, and Reserve members, as well as physicians in federal service in the Veterans’ Administration, Indian Health Service, Department of Health and Human Services, and Public Health Service.

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Military Programs

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