Daryhl L. Johnson II MD, MPH, FACS
May Day Medical Director
Alex Carrico MSN, RN, TCRN, MICN
May Day Conference Coordinator
Lindsay Bailey MPH
Sarah Bunn BS, CSTR, CAISS
Page Brei RN
Ashton Dispenette RN
Randy Hoffman BS, CPDM
Alberto Bonifacio RN, BSN, MHA, CEN
Jane McNichols RN
Gina Thompson RN
Jennifer Dawson MPH, FP-C, NREMT-P
Melissa Miller RRT
Cricket Scovil MSW, LCSW, LCAS
Tonya Stafford BSN, RN, CPN
Cheryl Workman MSN RN TCRN CEN CSTR
Paul Zarick BSN, RN, CCRN
Colonel Jason Corley
Colonel (COL) Jason Corley currently serves as the Director, Army Blood Program, JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, Texas. He attended Centre College, Danville, KY, on an ROTC Scholarship and graduated in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biochemistry. He received a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Medical Service Corps and was assigned to the 3/67 Armor Battalion, 4th Infantry Division, Ft. Hood Texas as a Medical Platoon Leader. COL Corley received his Medical Technologists certification in 2001 and Specialist in Blood Banking certification in 2006. He earned a Master’s Degree in Health Sciences from the George Washington University in 2006. COL Corley has served in a variety of assignments to include Laboratory Manager, Director of Blood Services, Blood Support Detachment Commander, and CENTCOM Joint Blood Program Officer.
Mark Fischer, MD
Dr. Fisher is Clinical Associate Professor of Plastic Surgery at the University of Iowa where he directs the Cleft and Craniofacial team. In addition to his work with congenital pediatric reconstructive challenges, he also runs Iowa Complex Face Group, a conference for coordination of care across the University for the most difficult multi-system. As a fellowship-trained burn surgeon, he also serves the Iowa Burn Center directing reconstructive services. He is also the present Recon Committee chair of the American Burn Association.
Michael M. Neeki, DO, MS, FACEP, FAME
Michael M. Neeki, D.O.,M.S.,FACEP,FAME serves as Associate Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director of Clinical Research and Tactical Medicine at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, a regional trauma and burn center in Colton, CA which happens to be one of the busiest emergency rooms in the state of California. Throughout the past three decades, Dr. Neeki has been active in research projects which included cardiovascular physiology, pre-hospital trauma care and traumatic brain injuries. He obtained his doctorate of osteopathic medicine from Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his internship and residency in Emergency and flight medicine at Toledo, OH. He is a fellow of American College of Emergency Medicine and recipient of many awards indicating his commitment for the improvement of science and his devotion to the to humanity. He has served as the Chief Medical Officer for San Bernardino County Department of Probation since 2014. He tenaciously works toward his goal of improving medical and psychiatric care for the youth in the county juvenile care facilities. He is dedicated to improving clinical research, Emergency Medical Care and prevention of traumatic injuries by serving on board of advisors and directors of regional institutional board and EMS agencies.
Jonathan Lewis, RNC, BSN
25 years in Nursing. 6th year with AirCare. Navy Veteran. National Certification in Neonatal Critical Care. Poster presentation at American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Transport Medicine. Published in American Academy of Pediatrics Journal. Speaker at EM Today in Greensboro. Provides education/outreach to EMS agencies, schools of Nursing and Respiratory Therapy, hospital providers, and transport providers.
Jenny Anand, MPH, RN, CEN, SANE-A, SANE-P
Jenny Anand graduated with her bachelor’s in nursing from the University of Texas and has been a nurse for over a decade. She has spent most of her career as an emergency nurse in underserved, low resource hospitals. After moving to North Carolina, she became a sexual assault nurse examiner (SANE) and graduated from UNC Chapel Hill with her master’s in public health, specializing in maternal child health. These combined, well-prepared her to become the first full time SANE program coordinator at UNC Medical Center. She strives to address sexual violence inclusively, making sure that SANEs are trained in the historical context that allows certain populations to experience sexual violence at higher rates, prepares them to care for patients from all backgrounds, and challenges them to think of prevention strategies within their communities. She is also dedicated to increasing the number of SANEs across the state, and reducing the disparities that rural communities experience when trying to access medical forensic care.
Carolyn Quinsey, MD
Dr. Carolyn Quinsey is a board eligible pediatric and adult neurosurgeon who specializes in minimally invasive surgery and endoscopy. Dr. Quinsey is fellowship trained in pediatric neurosurgery and operates on children and adults using innovative techniques which include endoscopic, endonasal, eyebrow craniotomy, and microscopic approaches. She is one of a very few specialists using flexible neuroendoscopy, the newest technology and technique to effectively remove tumors and treat hydrocephalus without a shunt. Dr. Quinsey is also a specialist in skull base and pituitary tumor surgery and performs endonasal tumor removal along with our ENT skull base team.
Lieutenant Colonel Matthew T. Swingholm
Lieutenant Colonel Swingholm graduated from the Officer Basic Course in March 2001 and served in the following assignments: OIC, Blood Donor Operations and Company Commander at Fort Bragg, Laboratory Manager at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Blood Support Detachment Commander and Chief of Blood Bank and Hematology at AMEDD Center and School at Fort Sam Houston, Director of Sullivan Memorial Blood Center at Fort Benning, Director of the Joint Blood Program for Europe and Africa and Chief of Blood Services in Germany, Assignment Officer and Deputy Branch Chief for the Medical Service Corps Branch at HRC, CENTCOM Joint Blood Program Officer, and Deputy Director of the Army Blood Program at Fort Sam Houston.
LTC Swingholm received his Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 1999 and his Masters of Science degree in Immunohematology from The George Washington University in 2006
Kevin Biese, MD, MAT
Dr. Biese serves as an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine (EM) and Internal Medicine, Vice-Chair of Academic Affairs, and Director of the Division of Geriatrics Emergency Medicine at the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill School of Medicine as well as a consultant with West Health. With the support of the John A. Hartford and West Health Foundations, and alongside Dr. Ula Hwang, he serves as Co- PI of the national Geriatric Emergency Department Collaborative. He is grateful to chair the first Board of Governors for the ACEP Geriatric Emergency Department Accreditation Program which has now improved the quality of care in nearly 200 emergency departments in 35 states and 4 countries.
Daryhl Johnson II, MD, MPH, FACS
Dr. Daryhl Johnson is the Adult Trauma Medical Director of the UNC Health Trauma Program and the Medical Director of the Mid Carolina Regional Advisory Committee within the structure of the North Carolina State Office of EMS. He also serves as the Executive Medical Director of the UNC Health/Army Military-Civilian Partnership at UNC Health. Dr. Johnson also serves as the current Chair of the UNC Faculty Athletics Committee within the University’s Faculty Governance infrastructure. Dr. Johnson is an Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine.
The focus of Dr. Johnson’s work and interests intertwine with his administrative roles. Those interests include Trauma Program Administration, Implementation Science and the Performance of Ad Hoc Crisis teams. Inter-professional Education and Practice along with interests in Human Performance are areas that complement his leadership of institutional wide initiatives for trauma care. Dr. Johnson is a member of the American College of Surgeons Committee on Inter-professional Education and Practice. Military readiness and skills sustainment is an area of work where Dr. Johnson partners with the armed forces to combat skills degradation. Dr. Johnson is a former Medical Officer in the National Disaster Medical System with an expertise in emergency preparedness. With training and certification in Tactical Emergency Medicine Support (TEMS), Dr. Johnson has worked with Law Enforcement and has an active interest in first responder health and fitness.
Kathleen Davenport, MD
Katie Davenport, MD is an assistant professor of emergency medicine at the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill as well as the medical director of the emergency department and geriatric emergency department at UNC Hillsborough. She previously completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency Program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital where she was chief resident in her 4th year. Following residency she completed a fellowship in Geriatric Emergency Medicine Research and Administration at Massachusetts General Hospital. She has previously done research on promoting safe mobility in older patients who present to the ED following a fall as well as focused interventions to prevent delirium in older ED patients. She has been in charge of several quality improvement projects aimed at improving geriatric patient care of as well as enhancing the patient experience in the ED.
Debra Bynum, MD, MMEL, FACP
Dr. Bynum is the Director for the Internal Medicine Residency Program at the University of North Carolina. She attended Davidson College and from there came to UNC for medical school where she stayed for residency, Chief Residency, and later a fellowship in Geriatric Medicine.
She joined the faculty at UNC in 2001. During the subsequent fourteen years, she held multiple leadership positions within the School of Medicine, the Department of Medicine, and the Geriatric Medicine Fellowship and Internal Medicine Residency programs. She directed the Acting Internship for senior students as well as co-directed the clinical skills course for second year student for many years. She served as the Program Director for the Geriatric Medicine Fellowship from 2008-2014 and was selected to lead the Internal Medicine residency program in May of 2014. She continues to work on the inpatient Geriatric service, to help lead the Elder Mistreatment support component to the UNC Beacon program, and to help to teach students, residents, and fellows with a passion for caring for older people.