Medical Crew

Medical Crew

LifeFlight of Maine nurses and paramedics are required to have years of specialty experience in hospital critical care units. In addition to the critical care experience that each nurse or paramedic brings to the flight team, all new team members receive between 500 and 800 hours of intensive full-time orientation on a wide variety of medical and aviation disciplines from altitude physiology to crew resource management. LifeFlight critical care medical teams are afforded a scope of care and practice that allows all of the initial care in a trauma center hospital emergency department to be delivered directly at the scene.

Brad Alleger

Paramedic

Craig Barrett

Paramedic

Kevin Barry

RN

Nathan Bassett

RN, LF1/3 Education Lead

Kathy Beller

RN

Sean Brackett

Clinical Base Manager, L2/L4

Reilly Bryant

Paramedic

Adam Cafro

Paramedic

Mike Choate

Paramedic

Morgan Curtis

RN

Dianne DiBlasio

Parmedic

Norman Dinerman, MD

Medical Director
ndinerman@northernlight.org Full Bio

Tommy Gallant

Paramedic

Peter Garrett

Paramedic

Josh Gibbs

RN

Tom Gutow

RN/EMT

Jeffrey Hammersmith

Paramedic

Chuck Hogan, RN

Director of Clinical Operations
cwhogan@lifeflightmaine.org Full Bio

Daniel Horne

RN/Paramedic

Andrew Hughes

RN

Luke Jackson

Paramedic, LF2/4 Education Lead

Kayla Jones

RN

Stephen Leavins

Paramedic

Eric Mailman

Paramedic

William Markavich

RN/EMT

Veronica Marzonie

RN

Brandon Mayo

RN/EMT

Missy McCann

RN

Brent Melvin

Paramedic

Lori Metayer

RN/Paramedic

Jared Miller

RN/Paramedic

Gregory Milliken

Paramedic

Patrick Perrault

RN

Amber Richards, MD

Associate Medical Director

Dave Rudolph

Assistant Clinical Base Manager, L2/L4

Denise Saucier

RN

Dave Saquet, DO

Associate Medical Director

Lorry Sheasgreen

RN

Barrett Strout

RN

Katie Sturgis

RN

Pete Tilney, DO, EMT-P

Medical Director of QAPI
TilneyPe@cmhc.org

Patrick Underwood

Paramedic