KBEMS Announces Newly Appointed Board Members

Oct 2, 2018

By virtue of Section 311.A015 of the Kentucky Revised Statues, Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Matthew G. Bevin has appointed 11 new members to the Kentucky Board of Emergency Medical Services.

Adrienne Bryant, Sandgap, representing medical technician-basic, to replace Michael Sutt, Fisherville, whose term has expired, Ms. Bryant shall serve for a term expiring September 19, 2020.

Tracey Franklin, Nancy, representing emergency medical services educators, to replace Nancye Davis, Richmond, whose term has expired. Mrs. Franklin shall serve for a term expiring September 19, 2020.

William Haugh, Georgetown, representing hospital administrators, to replace Timothy Dukes, Madisonville, whose term has expired, Mr. Haugh shall serve for a term expiring September 19, 2020.

James Lee, Glasgow, representing citizens at-large, to replace Tracey Park, Eminence, who has resigned.  Mr. Lee shall serve for the remainder of the unexpired term ending September 19, 2019.

Kevin Neal, Benton, representing County Judge/Executives, to replace James Nichell, Frankfort, whose term has expired. Judge Neal shall serve for a term expiring September 19, 2021.

Ashley Powell, Eubank, representing basic life support, licensed Class I ambulance service administrators, to replace Aaron Stamper, Stanford, who has resigned. Mr. Powell shall service for the remainder of the unexpired term ending September 19, 2019.

Dr. Timothy Price, Fisherville, representing physicians licensed in Kentucky serving as a medical director of an advanced life support ambulance service, to replace Dr. David Bentley, Campbellsville, whose term has expired, Dr. Price shall serve for a term expiring September 19, 2020.

Michael Reynolds, Jamestown, representing advanced life support government operated ambulance service administrators, to replace James Duke, Beaver Dam, whose term has expired. Mr. Reynolds shall serve for a term expiring September 19, 2022.

Robbie Smithers, Shelbyville, representing first responders, to replace Jimmy VanCleve, Calhoun, whose term has expired. Mr. Smithers shall serve for a term expiring September 19, 2021.

Chad Scott, Louisville, representing private licensed class I ground ambulance service administrators, to replace Todd Early, Louisville, whose term has expired. Mr. Scott shall serve for a term expiring September 19, 2022.

David Webb, Madisonville, representing licensed air ambulance service administrator or paramedic for a licensed air ambulance service headquartered in Kentucky, to replace Joe Bradshow, whose term has expired. Mr. Webb shall serve for a term expiring September 19, 2022.