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Teaching Staff

Dr. Kent Potter


Medical Director

  • Doctor of Osteopathy, University of Health Sciences
  • Board Certified Emergency Medicine, American College of Osteopathic Physicians
  • ACLS-Provider
  • ATLS-Provider
  • Neonatal Advanced Life Support - Provider
  • PALS - Provider

Member:

  • American College of Emergency Physicians
  • American College of Osteopathic Emergency Physicians
  • American Osteopathic Association

Dr. Potter is an emergency physician who is very active providing patient care in our community and guidance to the Cowley EMS programs. He completed his Doctor of Osteopathy studies in Kansas City with post-graduate training in emergency medicine at Midwestern University, Chicago, Illinois. In addition to serving as the Cowley EMS Medical Director, he is also the President, CEO and a member of the board of directors of Emergency Services, which provides ED physician staffing at Wesley Medical Center. He is also the medical director for the Reno and Harvey County detention centers, and serves as a faculty physician for the Kansas Medical Center.

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Chris Cannon


Department Chair, Health and Human Services
EMS Education Program Director

  • MS, Southwestern College
  • BS, Southwestern College
  • MICT Instructor/Coordinator
  • ACLS-Instructor
  • ACLS-Regional Faculty
  • AMLS-Instructor
  • BCLS-Instructor
  • BCLS-Regional Faculty
  • PALS-Instructor
  • PEPP-Instructor
  • PHTLS-Instructor

Awards:

  • Cowley College EMS Division, Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Contributions and Dedication, 2005
  • N.I.S.O.D. Master Teacher, 2007
  • Cowley College Young Achiever Award, 2007

Member:

  • National Association of EMS Educators
  • NAEMSE - Education Committee
  • National Academic Advising Association
  • KDHE Health Occupations Credentialing - 2009 Technical Review Committee (Chair)
  • Pratt Community College Nursing Advisory Committee (Winfield Campus)
  • USD 470 Health Sciences Advisory Committee
  • Workforce Alliance of South Central Kansas - Operations Committee
  • Kansas Council for Workforce Education - Board of Directors (past)
  • Cowley College Academic Affairs
  • Cowley College AQIP 2 - Institutional Effectiveness Committee
  • Cowley College Outcomes Assessment Team
  • Cowley College EMS Advisory Committee
  • Cowley College AQIP 6 - Consistency and Quality Online Education Committee (Chair)
  • Cowley College AQIP - Professional Development (Chair)
  • Cowley College Security Advisory Committee
  • Cowley College Center for Teaching and Learning Advisory Council
  • Cowley College Medical Office Advisory Committee

Chris Cannon functions as both the Director of EMS Education and as chair of the Allied Health Department. As the Department Chair, he guides and oversees all EMS courses, healthcare-related courses, the MICT program, the Nursing Home Administrator program, Pratt’s LPN/RN program, Certified Medication Aide, Certified Nurse Assistant, Home Health Aide and Restorative Aide classes, EMS leadership degree and certificate, Medical Coding program, and nutrition, medical transcription and medical terminology classes, develops academic policy for the college, develops new college academic programs, evaluates and approves curricular changes at the college, and a host of other duties. He is responsible for guiding and ensuring excellence within the department.

As the Director of EMS education, he is responsible for all aspects of the EMS division. He co-teaches the 12-month paramedic program with Deryk Ruddle and the 14-month paramedic programs with Steven Storm and Malachi Winters. He acts as the academic advisor for all pre-paramedic majors and other allied health majors. He is responsible for guiding and ensuring excellence within the division and the continued accreditation of the paramedic program.

Chris graduated from Cowley’s first MICT (paramedic) program in 1997 and then worked as a field paramedic and training officer for Butler County EMS. He has been a Cowley adjunct faculty member since 1998, a full-time MICT instructor since 2005, and EMS Program Director since 2008. With many years of EMS experience - including full-time ALS, volunteer fire fighting and BLS first response - he brings an intimate understanding of many different EMS systems to the classroom. He stays active in EMS as a part-time paramedic at Winfield Area EMS and a volunteer paramedic with the Burden Fire Department.

Chris enjoys writing and teaching. His most current article, who he co-authored with Dr. Danks, is entitled "Concussion and Second Impact Syndrome" can be found in the August 2006 issue of JEMS. He has also authored numerous print and video blogs.

He holds a bachelor of science degree in business administration and a master of science degree in leadership from Southwestern College.

Chris and his wife Mandy live in Winfield with their daughter Libby and son Max. He enjoys participating in 3 gun competitions, golf, and home improvement projects.
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Deryk Ruddle

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Lead Paramedic Instructor

  • BS, Friends University
  • AAS, Cowley College
  • MICT Instructor Coordinator
  • CCEMTP-Provider
  • BCLS-Instructor
  • PHTLS-Provider
  • PALS-Provider
  • PEPP-Provider
  • Newborn Resuscitation-Provider
  • ACLS-Provider
  • ACLS-Instructor

Awards:

  • Cowley College Patrick J. McAtee Award, 2005
  • Certificate of Appreciation, Cowley College EMS Education, 2011
  • N.I.S.O.D. Master Teacher, 2011

Deryk is the Lead Paramedic Instructor for the Cowley 12-month paramedic program. Deryk is a graduate of the 2005 Cowley College MICT program where he received the Patrick J. McAtee Award for the class. Prior to becoming a full-time EMS instructor, he worked for Butler County EMS for several years and continues to work part-time for them as a tactical medic.

Deryk works with the Director of EMS Education to coordinate and instruct the paramedic classes. This includes lectures, coordination of laboratory experiences and assistants, writing/grading homework, quizzes, and tests, coordination of PALS, PHTLS, ACLS, NRP, AMLS and BLS classes for certification, scheduling guest lecturers and outside instruction of WMD, HAZMAT, and vehicle extrication, serving as a clinical coordinator at hospitals, contacting and assigning field internship preceptors, and reporting student progress. Deryk also coordinates and instructs the Cowley tactical EMS courses.

Prior to entering the EMS workforce, he served for 4 years with the Unites States Marine Corps. Deryk and his wife Tracy live in Augusta with their sons Logan and Maddock. Deryk enjoys golf, fishing, snow skiing, and target shooting.
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Steve Storm

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Paramedic Instructor

  • AAS, Cowley College
  • MICT
  • Instructor/Coordinator
  • NREMT-P
  • ACLS-Provider
  • BCLS-Provider
  • NRP-Provider
  • PALS-Provider
  • PEPP-Provider

Steve completed the 2008-2009 Cowley MICT Program. He is a full-time paramedic instructor for Cowley College
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Malachi Winters


Lead Paramedic Instructor

  • AAS, Cowley College
  • MICT
  • CCEMTP-Provider
  • ACLS-Instructor
  • BCLS-Instructor
  • PALS-Provider
  • PEPP-Provider
  • PHTLS-Provider

Awards:

  • N.I.S.O.D. Master Teacher, 2012

Malachi is the Lead Paramedic Instructor for the Cowley 14-month paramedic program in Andover.  Malachi has been an MICT since 2000. Prior to becoming a full time MICT Instructor, Malachi worked full time for Sedgwick County EMS since 2001.  He served as a Lieutenant at Sedgwick County since 2008.  Prior to his service at Sedgwick County, Malachi worked as a full time EMT at Butler County EMS for several years. 

Malachi works with the Director of EMS Education to coordinate and instruct the MICT classes. This includes lectures, coordination of laboratory experiences and assistants, writing/grading homework, quizzes, and tests, coordination of PALS, PHTLS, ACLS, NRP, AMLS and BLS classes for certification, scheduling guest lecturers and outside instruction of WMD, HAZMAT, and vehicle extrication, serving as a clinical coordinator at hospitals, contacting and assigning field internship preceptors, and reporting student progress.

Malachi lives in Wichita with his wife Andrea and two sons, Hayden and Lucian, and daughter Joselyn.  He is an avid reader with an affinity towards science and technology subjects.  Malachi also enjoys boating, snow-skiing, and camping. 
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Bryan Bartholomew

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Lab Assistant/Clinical Coordinator

  • AAS, Cowley College
  • MICT
  • NREMT-P
  • ACLS-Provider
  • BCLS-Provider
  • NRP-Provider
  • PALS-Provider
  • PEPP-Provider

Bryan completed the 2009 Cowley MICT Program. He is a full-time paramedic with Sedgwick County EMS.
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T.C. Bodwell

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Lab Assistant/Clinical Coordinator

  • AAS, Cowley College
  • MICT
  • NREMT-P
  • ACLS-Provider
  • BCLS-Provider
  • NRP-Provider
  • PALS-Provider
  • PEPP-Provider

Awards:

  • Cowley College Lyle E. Eckhart Award, 2008
  • Outstanding Cowley College Allied Health Graduate for 2008-2009

T.C. completed the 2008 Cowley College 12-Month MICT Program, where he earned the Lyle E. Eckhart award for the class . T.C. was also the 2008-2009 Outstanding Cowley College Allied Health Graduate. He is a full-time paramedic with Sedgwick County EMS.
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Cindy Branscum
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Lab Assistant/Clinical Coordinator

  • BS, Colorado State
  • ASN, Excelsior College, NY
  • MICT Instructor/Coordinator
  • RN
  • NREMT-Paramedic
  • CCEMTP-Provider
  • Fire Fighter I
  • Newborn Resuscitation Provider
  • PHTLS-Instructor
  • PALS-Instructor
  • PEPP-Instructor
  • ACLS-Instructor
  • ACLS-Training Center Faculty
  • BCLS-Instructor
  • BCLS-Training Center Faculty

Awards:

  • Cowley College MICT Honor Graduate, 1997
  • Cowley College EMS Division, Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Contributions and Dedication, 2001 & 2003
  • N.I.S.O.D. Master Teacher, 2006

Cindy began her teaching at Cowley in 1994 by teaching A&P as an adjunct faculty member. She completed Cowley's first MICT program in 1997 and continued teaching in EMS since that time in the MICT program and by providing EMT classes. In 2000, she became the full-time Lead MICT Instructor and has worked with the Director of EMS Education to coordinate and instruct the MICT classes. In 2009, Cindy transitioned to a part-time staff instructor position. She is a full-time ICU nurse at Galichia Heart Hospital and a nursing instructor with Pratt Community College.

She has a bachelor of science degree in biology from Colorado State University. In the fall of 2008, Cindy completed her RN degree from the School of Nursing program through Excelsior College in Albany, New York.

Cindy is engaged to Lyle Webster of Wichita. Cindy and Lyle each have three children. There are a total of five girls and one boy. Cindy enjoys watching her kids in their various activities that include volleyball, football, basketball, track, orchestra, and band. In order to keep current in the EMS field, she works for Winfield EMS.
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Terri Griffiths


Lab Assistant/Clinical Coordinator
AHA Training Center Coordinator

  • MBA, University of Phoenix
  • BSN, Kansas University
  • ARNP
  • RN
  • TNCC
  • ACLS-Instructor
  • BCLS-Instructor
  • ACLS-Regional Faculty
  • BCLS-Regional Faculty

Awards:

  • Strathmore's Who's Who, 2004-2005
  • Cowley College EMS Division, Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Contributions and Dedication, 1999 & 2005

Terri has over 20 years of healthcare experience as both a provider in EMS and nursing, and as a leader in the field. She will provide a great perspective to this class and has years of clinical experience in EMS and nursing. She is currently employed as the Vice President of Patient Services & Chief Nursing Officer at Anthony Medical Center. She worked at Leavenworth County EMS as an MICT and rose to the rank of Captain. She completed both her MICT certificate and BSN at the University of Kansas and her MBA at the University of Phoenix. She is looking forward to contributing to the growth of healthcare professionals.
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Paul Hunter
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Lab Assistant/Clinical Coordinator

  • AAS, Cowley College
  • MICT
  • NREMT-Paramedic
  • ACLS-Provider
  • BLCS-Provider
  • NRP-Provider
  • PALS-Provider
  • PEPP-Provider
  • PHTLS-Provider

Awards:

  • Cowley College Patrick J. McAtee Award, 2007

Paul is a graduate of the 2006-2007 Cowley College MICT program and was the recipient of the Patrick J. McAtee award for the class.  He is employed full-time with Arkansas City Fire/EMS as a Firefighter/MICT.
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Stefani Jones

Stefani Jones
Coordinator,
Allied Health Support Services

Awards:

  • Cowley College EMS Division, Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Contributions and Dedication, 2010

Stefani has three primary responsibility areas that include acting as the Coordinator of Allied Health Support Services, functioning as the Winfield Center Coordinator and as an assistant for the Pratt Community College nursing program faculty and administration. She is responsible to the Chair of the Allied Health Education Department for the general operation of activities at the Winfield Center, Allied Health Department faculty and the Pratt Community College faculty and administration.

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Ryan Kilby

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Lab Assistant/Clinical Coordinator

  • AAS, Cowley College
  • MICT
  • NREMT-Paramedic
  • CCEMTP-Provider
  • ACLS-Provider
  • BCLS-Provider
  • NRP-Provider
  • PALS-Provider
  • PEPP-Provider
  • PHTLS-Instructor

Awards:

  • Cowley College Lyle E. Eckhart Award, 2007
  • Outstanding Cowley College Allied Health Graduate for 2007-2008

Ryan graduated from the 2006-2007 Cowley MICT program where he received the Lyle E. Eckhart award for the class. Ryan has been an active member in EMS in his community since 2005 when he joined the Winfield Area EMS reserves. He is currently employed full-time for Sedgwick County EMS as a paramedic. He plans to further his education in the near future and obtain a bachelor's degree in business administration and an associate's degree in nursing.
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Paul Misasi

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Lab Assistant/Clinical Coordinator

  • MS, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
  • BS, Wichita State University
  • AAS, Coffeyville Community College
  • MICT
  • NREMT-Paramedic
  • CCEMTP-Provider
  • PHTLS-Provider
  • PALS-Provider
  • ACLS-Provider

Awards:

  • Cambridge Who’s Who Among Firefighters, Officers & EMS Professionals, Honors Edition, 2006-2007

Paul has years of experience as a paramedic lieutenant with Sedgwick County EMS and is a contributing editor for the KEMSA Chronicle.  He is also the creator, editor and contributor of the email newsletter entitled Prehospital Academic & Literature Survey Quarterly (PALSY).  He is a well known regional EMS lecturer on the topic of therapeutic hypothermia. 

In addition to being a lab assistant and clinical coordinator for the MICT program, Paul is also the CCEMTP coordinator for Cowley College. He oversees all aspects of conducting these courses under Cowley's CCEMTP educational site license from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

Paul holds an AAS degree from Coffeyville Community College, a BS degree from Wichita State University and a MS degree in Emergency Health Services from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
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Cole Mitchell

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Lab Assistant/Clinical Coordinator

  • AAS, Cowley College
  • MICT
  • NREMT-Paramedic
  • AMLS-Instructor
  • ACLS-Provider
  • Newborn Resuscitation Provider
  • PALS-Instructor
  • PEPP-Instructor
  • PHTLS-Provider
  • Personal Athletic Trainer

 

Cole completed the first Cowley evening MICT program in 2007 and was the student representative on the Cowley EMS Advisory Committee. He is currently employed as a full-time paramedic by Sedgwick County EMS and works part-time for Mulvane EMS. He is also a Personal Athletic Trainer. He holds an AAS degree from Cowley College and plans to finish his bachelor's degree and pursue further education in medicine.
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Travis Morin

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Lab Assistant/Clinical Coordinator

  • BS, Fort Hays State University
  • AAS, Cowley College
  • MICT
  • NREMT-Paramedic
  • CCEMTP-Provider
  • Training Officer I
  • AMLS-Instructor
  • Newborn Resuscitation Provider
  • PHTLS-Provider
  • PALS-Instructor
  • PEPP-Instructor
  • ACLS-Provider
  • BCLS-Instructor

Awards:

  • Cowley College Lyle E. Eckhart Award, 2004
  • Cowley College Allied Health Student of the Year, 2004-2005

Travis completed the Cowley MICT program in 2004 where he received the Lyle E. Eckhart Award for the class and was the student representative on the Cowley EMS Advisory Committee. He also received the Cowley College Allied Health Student of the year for 2004-2005. He is currently employed as a full-time flight paramedic with EagleMed. He holds an AAS degree from Cowley College and a BS degree from Fort Hays State University.
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Kelli Peters

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Lab Assistant/Clinical Coordinator

  • AAS, Cowley College
  • MICT
  • NREMT-Paramedic
  • ACLS-Provider
  • BCLS-Provider
  • Newborn Resuscitation Provider
  • PHTLS-Provider
  • PALS-Provider
  • PEPP-Provider

Awards:

  • Cowley College Patrick J. McAtee Award, 2008

Kelli is a graduate of the 2008 Cowley College MICT program and was the recipient of the Patrick J. McAtee award for the class. She is employed full-time with Sedgwick County EMS as a paramedic.
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J Daniel Pugh

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Lab Assistant/Clinical Coordinator

  • AAS, Cowley College
  • MICT
  • NREMT-Paramedic
  • ACLS-Provider
  • BCLS-Provider
  • Newborn Resuscitation Provider
  • PHTLS-Provider
  • PALS-Provider
  • PEPP-Provider

Dan is a graduate of the 2008-2009 Cowley College MICT program. He is the Exercise & Training Coordinator for the Sedgwick County Health Department, and is responsible for the South Central Kansas Metropolitan Medical Response System and Public Health Incident Planning & Response disaster exercise programs. He provides the MCI and NIMS lectures to the paramedic students, and is considered an expert on these topics.
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Chet Ranzau


Lab Assistant/Clinical Coordinator

  • BS, Southwestern College
  • AAS, Cowley College
  • MICT Instructor/Coordinator
  • Newborn Resuscitation Provider
  • PHTLS-Provider
  • PALS-Instructor
  • ACLS-Instructor

Awards:

  • Cowley College EMS Division, Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Contributions and Dedication, 2000
  • Cowley College EMS Division, Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Contributions and Dedication, 2004

Chet has many years of emergency services experience. He has extensive experience with fire fighting, rescue and extrication, EMS, and volunteerism. Upon graduating from Cowley's MICT program, he worked at Butler County EMS and later became a full-time paramedic/firefighter at his hometown with Arkansas City Fire Department. He has an AAS degree from Cowley and a BS degree from Southwestern College. He plans to start a graduate degree program in the near future.
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Nathaniel Robinson

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Lab Assistant/Clinical Coordinator

  • AAS, Cowley College
  • MICT
  • NREMT-P
  • ACLS-Provider
  • BCLS-Provider
  • NRP-Provider
  • PALS-Provider
  • PEPP-Provider

Awards:

  • Cowley College Lyle E. Ekchart Award, 2009

Nathaniel completed the 2009 12-Month Cowley MICT Program, where he was the student member of the Advisory Committee and received the Lyle E. Eckhart Award for his class. He works as a full-time paramedic with Sedgwick County EMS.
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Scott Stueven

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Lab Assistant/Clinical Coordinator

  • AA, Butler County Community College
  • MICT
  • Training Officer I
  • PHTLS-Provider
  • PALS-Provider
  • IFSTA Firefighter I
  • IFSTA High-Angle Technician
  • IFSTA Vehicle Extrication Technician
  • PADI Rescue Diver
  • PADI Nitrox Diver

Awards:

  • Insurance Women's Institute Paramedic of the Year, 2007

Scott began his career with emergency services in 1994 with the Augusta Department of Public Safety Fire Division as a volunteer firefighter. He finished his EMT-B in 1996 and obtained his EMT-I/D later the same year. Scott began working part-time for Butler County EMS in 1996. He completed his MICT training through Barton County in 1997, and worked for a year at Emporia Fire Rescue. Scott returned to Butler County EMS as a full-time paramedic in 1999, where he still works today. He is the designated infection control officer for BCEMS, and coordinates the department's infection control program and policies. He is also the lead Tactical Medic with the Butler County Sheriff's Department.
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Aaron Sutton

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Lab Assistant/Clinical Coordinator

  • BS, Friends University
  • AAS, AS, AA, AGS Cowley College
  • MICT
  • NREMT-Paramedic
  • CCEMTP-Provider
  • Training Officer I
  • AMLS-Instructor
  • PHTLS-Instructor
  • BCLS-Instructor
  • PALS-Instructor
  • PEPP-Instructor
  • ACLS-Provider

Awards:

  • Cowley College Lyle E. Eckhart Award, 2005

Aaron is a graduate of the 2005 Cowley College MICT program where he received the Lyle E. Eckhart Award for the class.  Aaron is currently employed at Arkansas City Fire/EMS, and was previously employed at Sedgwick County EMS.  He also has experience as a flight paramedic. Aaron holds AAS, AS, AA and AGS degrees from Cowley College and a BS degree from Friends University in Organizational Management and Leadership.
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Forrest Walker


Lab Assistant/Clinical Coordinator

  • AAS, Cowley College
  • MICT
  • NREMT-Paramedic
  • PHTLS-Provider
  • PALS-Provider
  • ACLS-Provider

Awards:

  • Cowley College Patrick J. McAtee Award, 2002

Forrest completed Cowley’s MICT program in 2002 where he received the Patrick J. McAtee Award for the class. He works full time as a paramedic at Sedgwick County EMS and volunteers for the Whitewater Fire Department. Prior to entering the EMS field, he served a tour of duty with the US Navy.
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Lyle Webster

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Lab Assistant/Clinical Coordinator

  • MICT
  • CCEMTP-Provider
  • PHTLS-Instructor
  • PALS-Instructor
  • PEPP-Instructor
  • ACLS-Instructor
  • BCLS-Instructor

Awards:

  • Sedgwick County Paramedic of the Year Award, 1997

Lyle brings to the classroom 30 years of street experience intermixed with 15 years of experience as a flight paramedic with LifeWATCH. In 1997, Lyle received the Sedgwick County Paramedic of the year award. He has served Sedgwick County EMS as an Operations Captain for 12 years during which time his crews consistently performed with the best response times, the highest proficiency test scores and the lowest sick leave record. Lyle retired from Sedgwick County EMS in 2010, but stays involved with EMS as a flight medic with LifeStar in Topeka. He brings a realistic approach to the classroom because of his experience in both training and operations.
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Josh Whiteside

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Lab Assistant/Clinical Coordinator

  • BS, Friends University
  • AAS, Cowley College
  • AS, Butler Community College
  • MICT
  • NREMT-Paramedic
  • PHTLS-Instructor
  • NRP-Provider
  • BCLS-Instructor
  • PALS-Provider
  • ACLS-Provider

Awards:

  • Cowley College MICT Honor Award, 2005

Josh completed the Cowley MICT program in 2005 and received the Honor Graduate Award for his class.  He holds an AS degree from Butler Community College, an AAS degree from Cowley College, and a BS degree in Organizational Management and Leadership from Friends University.  He is employed as a full-time MICT with Butler County EMS.  Josh is very active within Butler County EMS as a member of the medical protocol committee, member of the bike team, committee member of the explorer program and serves as the EMS training liaison for El Dorado Fire Department.  He is also a lab assistant for Butler Community College’s EMS education department.  Josh’s future plans include possibly entering the WSU physician assistant program.
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