VINCE ROBBINS - President
Vince Robbins has served as MONOC’s President & CEO since 1990, responsible for the executive management of three health care companies. In that time the corporations have provided reduced cost shared services, co-operative joint ventures and direct clinical care through several diversified product lines for 15 member hospitals. In the last 19 years MONOC has grown fifteen fold, dramatically expanding the wide range of serves they provide.
BRIAN LACROIX - President Elect
Returning to the Board for a second two-year term, Brian LaCroix is President of Allina Health Emergency Medical Services, covering about 1,200 square miles in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area and greater Minnesota. LaCroix will continue to chair the NEMSMA Membership/Development Committee.
MIKE TOUCHSTONE - Immediate Past President
Mike is the Regional Director for the Philadelphia Regional Office of Emergency Medical Services. Mike joined the Philadelphia Fire Department (PFD) in 1989 in the first Fire Service Paramedic cadet class. Mike is an author of Prehospital Professional Development column on EMS1.com and contributing author to the Professional Development column in EMS Magazine. Mike is a presenter at state, regional, national, and international EMS conferences.
RYAN GREENBERG - Secretary
Ryan Greenberg returns for a second two-year term on the Board. Chief of EMS Operations for Vanguard Health Systems, Greenberg has two decades of experience in all types of EMS systems, including ocean rescue. As Chair of the NEMSMA National EMS Officer Competencies Committee, Greenberg participated in the release of a national framework for EMS leadership. "Seven Pillars of EMS Competencies."
SEAN CAFFREY - Treasurer
Sean Caffrey is an Emergency Medical Services professional with over 25 years of experience. Sean is the EMS Programs Manager at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Sean has been certified as a paramedic since 1990 and graduated with a BS in emergency services administration from the George Washington University in 1992. Sean has served in senior leadership positions in private sector, local government and volunteer EMS services.
Allison J. Bloom, Esq. is an attorney, consultant, coach and educator with nearly 30 years of experience working with EMS and fire agencies, a pharmaceutical company and small-to-mid sized businesses. She is a former Chief of Service, Director of Training and Director of Personnel of a volunteer EMS agency, and worked for a commercial ambulance service as both a field provider and in the communications center. She is also a nationally-recognized author on EMS, legal and health care reform topics, lectures frequently on health care reform, legal, compliance, and risk management topics, and is currently certified as an EMT and EMS-Instructor.
Troy Hagen is the CEO of Care Ambulance Service in Orange County, CA. Care Ambulance provides services in Orange, LA, and Riverside Counties. Care Ambulance provides both 911 and non-emergency transfers with more than 235,000 calls for service annually.
Nick has served as the project manager for EMS Compass for over two years, been a critical care paramedic in rural and urban environments and three states over 16 years, and serve as the Chief Data Officer of The Paramedic Foundation working with paramedic data, data systems, and consulting for some of the world’s best EMS systems