Office of Emergency Medical Services

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Legal/Enforcement Actions

Purpose and Scope

This section is intended to provide public notice of disciplinary, enforcement and/or legal actions taken by the department's Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS).

It is important to remember that this section offers a limited "snapshot" of an individual's or service provider's performance. To more fully assess an individual's or service provider's track record, you may wish to review other public documents pertaining to past disciplinary, enforcement and/or legal actions. Complete files - excluding any materials that would compromise patient confidentiality - are available for review by appointment at OEMS. In addition, with respect to service providers, you may wish to discuss that service provider's performance and quality of care with your doctor, family members or friends who have done business with that service provider. Finally, please note that this section does not include any enforcement actions that may have been taken by Medicaid or Medicare.
To review files at OEMS, write to:

Office of Emergency Medical Services
New Jersey Department of Health
P.O. Box 360
Trenton, NJ 08625-0360

If you wish to file a complaint, you may contact OEMS at (609) 633-7777, Monday through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Situations that may warrant the filing of a complaint include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Unprofessional and/or unlawful conduct or care rendered by a certified EMT-Basic or EMT-Paramedic;
  • The rendering of care by an individual representing himself/herself as a certified EMT-Basic or EMT-Paramedic, when in fact that individual is not certified;
  • Unprofessional and/or unlawful care rendered by a licensed MAV, BLS or ALS service provider, including unfit vehicles; and/or
  • The rendering of services by an unlicensed MAV, BLS or ALS service provider (excluding volunteer ambulance, rescue and first aid squads).

Authority

In accordance with N.J.S.A. 26:2H-1, et seq., N.J.S.A. 26:2K-7, et seq. and N.J.S.A. 30:4D-6.4 and 6.6, the Department of Health, through OEMS, is responsible for the licensure and inspection of all mobility assistance vehicle (MAV) service providers, basic life support (BLS) service providers (i.e., BLS ambulances) and advanced life support (ALS) service providers (i.e., MICUs, SCTUs and air ambulances). In addition, OEMS is responsible for the certification of all EMT-Basics and EMT-Paramedics who staff licensed MAV, BLS and ALS vehicles.

In accordance with N.J.S.A. 26:2H-2 and the New Jersey Highway Traffic Safety Act of 1971, N.J.S.A. 27:5F-13.1, et seq., OEMS does not regulate volunteer first aid, rescue or ambulance squads. Volunteer first aid, rescue or ambulance squads are defined as those squads that do not bill for services. The term "bill for services" refers to whether or not the squad receives payment for services rendered. Whether the individual members of a squad provide their services for free or are compensated by the squad is irrelevant to a squad's volunteer status.

Regulations governing MAV and non-volunteer BLS service providers may be found at N.J.A.C. 8:40-1.1 et seq. Regulations governing EMT-Basics may be found at N.J.A.C. 8:40A-1.1 et seq. Regulations governing ALS service providers and EMT-Paramedics may be found at N.J.A.C. 8:41-1.1 et seq.The regulations may be found in their entirety on this WEB site at www.state.nj.us/health/ems/regs.shtml.

Cease and Desist Orders

In the interest of public health and safety, the Department of Health may issue an order to cease and desist where, upon notice, discovery or belief that a person, public or private institution, agency, entity, corporation or business concern is operating an MAV, BLS or ALS service without benefit of a license issued by the Department. At the same time that the order to cease and desist is issued, the Department may immediately place "Out-of-Service" stickers on the vehicle(s) being utilized, requiring the operation of those unlicensed vehicles to immediately cease.

The Department may also issue an order to cease and desist to any person it has reason to believe is operating in the capacity of an EMT-Basic or EMT-Paramedic who is not certified by OEMS. In accordance with N.J.S.A. 26:2H-16, failure to comply with an order to cease and desist may result in an action by the Department for injunctive relief in the Superior Court of New Jersey. An order to cease and desist constitutes a final agency decision. As such, and in accordance with New Jersey Court Rule 2:23, any appeal from the issuance of such an order must be filed with the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division.

Monetary Penalties

In addition to annual licensing inspections, all licensed service providers and their vehicles are subject to random unannounced inspections. These inspections may occur at the service provider's place of business, a healthcare facility or other off-site location, provided that the inspection does not interfere with patient care. During the course of an inspection, the inspector may ask to review the vehicle staff's certifications, and will inspect the vehicle for factors which affect patient and/or staff safety (e.g., bald tires, exhaust leaks, doors that do not shut correctly), proper patient restraint systems, vehicle sanitation, properly secured equipment, and the presence of necessary patient care equipment and supplies. Additionally, OEMS inspectors often test the vehicle's oxygen and/or suction systems, using specially designed test equipment. At the conclusion of an inspection, the Department's findings are shared with the service provider, and a copy of the inspection report become part of the service provider's permanent OEMS file. Violations or deficiencies found during an inspection usually result in a monetary penalty.

Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 26:2H-14, the maximum fine the Department of Health may impose is $2,500.00 per violation, per day. Monetary fines are not imposed until the violation has been reviewed by the Department's OEMS management and its legal specialist.

In those cases where OEMS staff's recommendation to fine is approved by OEMS management, a "Notice of Proposed Assessment of Penalties" is sent to the service provider, detailing the Department's authority to impose penalties and the particulars of the violation(s) for which the service provider is being penalized. Service providers served with a "Notice of Proposed Assessment of Penalties" have 30 days within which to request a hearing at the New Jersey Office of Administrative Law. If a hearing is requested, the penalty is held in abeyance until the hearing has concluded and a final decision has been rendered. If a hearing is not requested within 30 days, the penalty becomes immediately due and payable.

In extreme cases, when hazardous conditions that pose an imminent danger to the crew or patients are found on licensed ambulances or mobility assistance vehicles, OEMS may place the vehicle out of service by the placement of an "Out-of-Service" sticker on the service provider's vehicle. The "Out-of-Service" sticker may only be removed by OEMS staff once the problem has been corrected. In most cases, a monetary fine will also be imposed.

Designation of Penalty Monies: All penalty monies collected are deposited into the State's General Fund. None of this money goes to the Department of Health or to OEMS.

Warnings, Probationary Actions, Suspensions and Revocations

In accordance with N.J.A.C. 8:40-2.14(a) and (c), N.J.A.C. 8:40A-9.5(a), N.J.A.C. 8:41-2.7(b) and (c), the Department may take action against an individual or service provider for violation of any of the respective regulations found in N.J.A.C. 8:40, 8:40A or 8:41.

Warnings: The Department may issue a formal written warning to a certified individual or licensed service provider that has committed a violation which, while warranting some type of sanction, does not rise to the level of an action to suspend or revoke the individual's or service provider's certification or license. An individual or service provider served with a formal warning is not entitled to an administrative hearing.

Probationary Actions: In those instances where the Department has reason to question a licensed EMT-Basic's or EMT-Paramedic's clinical competence, but where there is no immediate threat to the public's health safety or welfare, the Department may choose to impose a period of probation. During this period of probation, the individual's skills are more fully reviewed and evaluated, and the individual may be instructed to enroll in one or more educational programs that will assist the individual in improving his or her clinical performance. An individual served with a "Notice of Proposed Probation" has 30 days within which to request a hearing at the New Jersey Office of Administrative Law. If a hearing is requested, the probationary period is held in abeyance until the hearing has concluded and a final decision has been rendered. If a hearing is not requested within 30 days, the probationary period becomes effective and continues for the period set forth in the "Notice of Proposed Probation".

Summary Suspensions: When there are justifiable reasons for the Department to believe that the care being rendered by a licensed service provider or a certified individual poses an immediate threat to the public's health, safety or welfare, the Department may initiate proceedings for the summary suspension of that license or certification (i.e., "Notice of Summary Suspension"). Such suspension affords the Department an opportunity to investigate the matter more fully and to make a determination as to the viability and, consequently, the continued licensure or certification of the service provider or individual. An individual or service provider served with a "Notice of Summary Suspension" is entitled to appeal to the Commissioner of Health and Senior Services for an expedited hearing before the Office of Administrative Law to contest the summary suspension. During the time that the suspension is in effect, the service provider or individual may not, under any circumstances, provide any type of services anywhere within the State of New Jersey.

Suspensions: In addition, the Department may issue a "Notice of Proposed Suspension" of an individual's certification or a service provider's license for reasons including, but not limited to, incompetence or inability to provide adequate services, conviction of a crime, misuse or misappropriate of mediations, etc. An individual or service provider served with a "Notice of Proposed Suspension" has 30 days within which to request a hearing at the New Jersey Office of Administrative Law. If a hearing is requested, the suspension is held in abeyance until the hearing has concluded and a final decision has been rendered. If a hearing is not requested within 30 days, the suspension becomes effective and continues for the period set forth in the "Notice of Proposed Suspension."

Any suspension of a service provider's license is immediately reported to the appropriate officials at Medicaid and/or Medicare, as applicable. As a result, the service provider's ability to bill Medicare and/or Medicaid may be suspended, under separate processes conducted by the applicable agency.

Revocations: Although rare, individuals or service providers with repeat or severe violations of licensing regulations may have their certification or license revoked by the Department. An individual or service provider served with a "Notice of Proposed Revocation" has 30 days within which to request a hearing at the New Jersey Office of Administrative Law. If a hearing is requested, the revocation is held in abeyance until the hearing has concluded and a final decision has been rendered. If a hearing is not requested within 30 days, the revocation becomes effective on the 31st day following the date of the "Notice of Proposed Revocation."

The revocation of a service provider's license is immediately reported to the appropriate officials at Medicaid and/or Medicare, as applicable. As a result, the service provider's ability to bill Medicare and/or Medicaid will be revoked, under separate processes conducted by the applicable agency.

Actions Taken Against EMT-Basic and EMT-Paramedic Certifications:

Acker, William
Investigation Control #07-C-021
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: August 2, 2007 to Present

Ackley, John
Investigation Control # 09-C-039
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: December 3, 2009

Anderson, Mary
a.k.a Stanton, Alexis
Investigation Control # 09-C-007
Order to Cease and Desist Impersonating a Certified New Jersey Emergency Medical Technician-Basic
Issued: May 20, 2009

Anderson, Brent (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #00-C-046
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: March 21, 2001 to Present

Ayers, Michael (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control Number # 08-C-017
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: September 23, 2008

Baird, John
Investigation Control Number # 2013-413
Summary Suspension of EMT-Basic Certification
Effective: September 4, 2013

Baker, Richard L.
Investigation Control # 02-C-008
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Impersonation an EMT-Basic
Effective: March 25, 2002

Banghart, Donald C. (EMT-Paramedic)
Investigation Control # 98-C-015
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: September 21, 1999

Banks, Clyde
Investigation Control #08-C-021
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: June 5, 2008     Settlement Agreement

Bartone, Michael
Investigation Control #02-C-031
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Impersonation an EMT-Basic
Issued: August 27, 2002

Barruos, Felipe
Investigation Control # 2013-375
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: December 18, 2013 to Present

Becker, Danny
Investigation Control #2011-222
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: July 26,2011 to Present

Becher, Lisa
Investigation Control #07-C-013
Notice of Proposed Revocation of EMT-Basic Certification
Effective: March 20, 2008    Settlement Agreement

Benkel, Adam
Order to Cease and Desist Impersonating a Certified New Jersey Emergency Medical Technician-Basic
Investigation Control # 06-C-105
Issued: January 10, 2007

Bennett, Charles (EMT- Basic)
Investigation Control # 2010-498
Certification Summary Suspended
Effective Date:
December 13, 2010

Bertola, Gabriel
Investigation Control # 05-C-089
Order to Cease and Desist Impersonating a Certified New Jersey Emergency Medical Technician-Basic
Issued: February 2, 2006

Bianco, Frank (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2012-616
Certification Summary Suspended
Effective: October 16, 2012

Biehler, Lawrence (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2012-070
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: February 29, 2012 to Present

Bonelli, Nicholas (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #2010-298
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: July 14, 2010 to Present

Brandt, Dennis
Investigation Control # 2013-395
Summary Suspension of EMT-Basic Certification
Effective: September 4, 2013

Call, Matthew (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2012-118
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: April 5, 2012 to Present

Caplan, Daniel
Investigation Control # 2013-385
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: August 7, 2013

Carl, Andrew
Investigation Control #09-C-027
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Impersonating an EMT-Basic
Issued: August 25, 2009

Carter, Shamrod (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2010-341
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: November 15, 2010

Catena, Steven (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #00-C-034
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: February 18, 2000

Celcia, Vincent (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #07-C-035
Certification Summarily Suspended
Issued: November 13, 2007

Chandler, Jason (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #2008-057
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: September 17, 2010

Charowsky, Dominick (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2011-061
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: March 2, 2011 to Present

Clifford, William (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2011-336
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: August 8, 2011 to Present

Coleman, Charles (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2009-039
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: August 31, 2010

Cirino, Rafael C.
Investigation Control # 01-C-016
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Impersonating an EMT-Basic
Issued: May 18, 2001

Correa, Rusver
Investigation Control # 05-C-071
Order to Cease and Desist Impersonating a Certified New Jersey Emergency Medical Technician-Basic
Issued: October 16, 2006

Cragg, Cartel
Investigation Control # 07-C-031
Order to Cease and Desist Impersonating a Certified New Jersey Emergency Medical Technician-Basic
Issued: September 18, 2007

Daly, James (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2012-267
Certification Summarily Suspended
Issued: June 4, 2012 to Present

Davis, James R. (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #02-C-014
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: September 1, 2005

Davis, Tony M.
Investigation Control #02-C-046
Order to CEASE and DESIST Impersonating an EMT-Basic
Effective: September 24, 2002

Decker, Michael(EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #2010-261
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: November 22, 2010

DeMarco, Kenneth
Investigation Control # 10-C-045
Certification Summarily Suspended
Issued: May 28, 2010 to Present

Desrosiers, Gary
Investigation Control # 06-C-095
Certification Summarily Suspended
Issued: October 12, 2006

Dier, Susanne (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #2010-340
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: November 22, 2010

DiFalco, Ronald (EMT-Paramedic)
Investigation Control #2012-189
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: May 15, 2012 to Present

Dillon, Eric Jason (EMT-Paramedic)
Investigation Control #00-C-079
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: July 9, 2000

Donnenberg, Scott (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #2007-194
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: August 4, 2011

Eden, Thomas Jr.  (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2012-153
Notice of Summary Suspension
Effective: May 3, 2012 to Present

Farley, Melissa
Investigation Control # 07-C-037
Order to Cease and Desist - Impersonating a Certified New Jersey Emergency Medical Technician-Basic
Issued: December 19, 2007

Farmer, Larry (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #2009-249
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: October 5,2010

Farry, Brian
Investigation Control #00-C-125
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Impersonating an EMT-Basic
Issued: December 7, 2000

Flynn, Charles
Investigation Control #07-C-001
Certification Summarily Suspended
Issued: January 15, 2008

Foray, Preston C. (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #00-C-066
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: May 1, 2000 to Present

Gabriel, Jill
a.k.a Stanton, Alexis
Investigation Control # 09-C-007
Order to Cease and Desist Impersonating a Certified New Jersey Emergency Medical Technician-Basic
Issued: May 20, 2009

Gardner, Leslie (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control Number # 08-C-011
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: January 13, 2009

Gasero, Matthew
Investigation Control # 06-C-098
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: September 4, 2007

Gianotto, Susan (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #02-C-037
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective
: October 8, 2002

Goebel, Gerard (EMT-Paramedic)
Investigation Control #02-C-023
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: July 22, 2002

Gonzales, Ronnie
Investigation Control #2012-525
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: September 26, 2012 to Present

Gonzalez, Martha
Investigation Control #2014-0120
Summary Suspension of EMT-Basic Certification
Effective: May 13, 2014

Gunter, Angeline (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #2008-579
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: March 3, 2011

Imperiale, Gerard
Investigation Control #02-C-011
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Impersonating an EMT-Basic
Effective: March 25, 2002

Ingham, Thomas [EMT-Basic and EMT-Basic (Instructor)
Investigation Control #2012-636
Certification Summary Suspension
Effective: November 14, 2012

Janocko, Michael
Investigation Control #07-C-008
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Issued: March 12, 2007 Final Agency Decision

James, Marmk S. (EMT-Paramedic)
Investigation Control #00-C-066
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: July 6, 2000

Jones, David (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #2009-414
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: February 1, 2012

Katz, David
Investigation Control # 2014-0049
Summary Suspension of EMT-Paramedic Certification
Effective: June 13, 2014

Keegan, Nancy
a.k.a Stanton, Alexis
Investigation Control # 09-C-007
Order to Cease and Desist Impersonating a Certified New Jersey Emergency Medical Technician-Basic
Issued: May 20, 2009

Khan, Abdullah (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2011-134
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Issued: May 31, 2011

Kiett, April (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2010-505
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Issued: March 3, 2011

Knight, Kevin
Investigation Control #02-C-044
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Impersonating an EMT-Basic
Effective: September 22, 2002

Kramer, Christopher (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2010-395
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: September 17, 2010 to Present

Lent, Jason (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #2009-529
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective:
September 22, 2010

Litwin, Paul (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #99-C-009
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: August 15, 1999

Lora, Haniel (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2010-238
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: July 23, 2010

Marcinski, Gregory J. (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #00-C-065
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: May 1, 2000 to Present

Maris, Brandon (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2009-434
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Issued:
September 22, 2010

Martin, Julie
Investigation Control # NREMT CASE
Revocation of Recognition to Practice in NJ as an EMT
Effective: June 20, 2012

Martinez, Eduardo
Investigation Control #2013-477
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: September 30, 2013

Massa, Ashley (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2011-574
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: January 3, 2012

Mazurek, Michael (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2009-536
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Issued:
September 22, 2010

McCabe, Patrick Jr.
Investigation Control # 06-C-070
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: August 8, 2006

McClelland, Matthew
Investigation Control # 2012-400
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: September 24, 2012 to Present

McElhaney, Anthony
Investigation Control # 02-C-002
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Impersonating an EMT-Basic
Effective: January 25, 2002

Meisch, Glenn
Investigation Control # 2014-0049
Summary Suspension of EMT-Paramedic Certification
Effective: June 13, 2014

Melia, Robert Jr. (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2010-300
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: July 14,2010

Mendyk, Chris
Investigation Control # 2009-260
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective:
June 28, 2012

Mikula, Gregory (EMT-Paramedic)
Investigation Control #01-C-041
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: September 16, 2002

Morrison, Brandon (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2011-594
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: March 2, 2012 to Present

Mozer, Louis (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control Number # 08-C-30
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: October 17, 2008

Mucha Robert
Investigation Control # 2012-743
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: December 26, 2012

Nusbaum, Nancy
a.k.a Stanton, Alexis
Investigation Control # 09-C-007
Order to Cease and Desist Impersonating a Certified New Jersey Emergency Medical Technician-Basic
Issued: May 20, 2009

Oliva, Leeroy (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2011-016
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective:
May 31, 2011

Oxnard, Jeffery P.
Investigation Control #01-C-031
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Impersonating an EMT-Basic
Issued: May 18, 2001

Parker, Mathias
Investigation Control #02-C-004
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Impersonating an EMT-Basic
Effective: March 20, 2002

Parr, Robert
Investigation Control #10-C-001
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: February 2, 2010 to Present

Perez, Erick (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2011-017
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective:
July 8, 2011

Pinos, Jefferson
Investigation Control # 05-C-090
Order to Cease and Desist Impersonating a Certified New Jersey Emergency Medical Technician-Basic
Issued: February 8, 2006

Pyatt, Rubin R. (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #00-C-062
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: April 17, 2000

Rapolla, Robert N. (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #01-C-044
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: November 15, 2004

Reyes, Paul
Investigation Control #2014-0058
Summary Suspension of EMT-Paramedic Certification
Effective: February 10, 2014

Russer, Lukasz
Investigation Control #2013-359
Notice of Proposed Revocation of EMT-Basic Certification
Effective Date: August, 20, 2013

Ridge, Micheal A. Jr (a.k.a. "Beau")
Investigation Control #02-C-016
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Impersonating an EMT-Basic
Effective: April 8, 2002

Robel, Scott (EMT-Paramedic)
Investigation Control Number # 08-C-034
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: December 31, 2008

Ross, Wayne
Investigation Control # 2013-420
Summary Suspension of EMT-Instructor Certification
Effective: September 6, 2013

Rossi, George Jr. (EMT-Paramedic)
Investigation Control #05-C-043
Certification Summarily Suspended
Issued: August 5, 2005

Sandor, Joakim (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #09-C-035
Certification Summarily Suspended
Issued: September 23, 2009

Saunders, Kelly (EMT-Paramedic)
Investigation Control #2010-107
Certification Summarily Suspended
Issued: January 5, 2011

Schmiedle, Todd
Investigation Control Number # 04-C-025
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: October 5, 2006

Scull, Ronald (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 10-C-005
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: February 26, 2010

Sebastin, Kelly (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control Number # 2008-189
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Issued: September 17, 2010

Shaw, Brian R.
Investigation Control #02-C-017
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Impersonating an EMT-Basic
Effective: April 10, 2002

Sheets, Kevin
Investigation Control # 05-C-081
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: October 26, 2005 to Present

Shishido, Akira (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control Number # 2008-379
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Issued: September 10, 2010

Sinclair, Alexis
a.k.a Stanton, Alexis
Investigation Control # 09-C-007
Order to Cease and Desist Impersonating a Certified New Jersey Emergency Medical Technician-Basic
Issued: May 20, 2009

Sklar, Robert (EMT-Paramedic)
Investigation Control # 98-C-002
Notice of Probation
Effective: April 25, 2000

Sklar, Robert
Investigation Control # 99-C-016
Revocation of EMT-Basic Privileges
Effective: March 16, 2001

Soja, Joseph (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control Number # 2009-571
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Issued: September 17, 2010

Stanton, Alexis
Investigation Control # 09-C-007
Order to Cease and Desist Impersonating a Certified New Jersey Emergency Medical Technician-Basic
Issued: May 20, 2009

Steinman, Jeremy
Investigation Control #2014-0095
Certification Summary Suspended
Effective: April 10, 2014

Strous, David Z. (EMT-Paramedic)
Investigation Control # 98-C-018
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: October 19, 2000

Sward, Ronald (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2010-254
Certification Summarily Suspended
Effective: June 15, 2010

Tisch, Stephen
Investigation Control # 2013-478
Summary Suspension of EMT Certification
Issued:September 25, 2013

Trinidad, Michael (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2009-349
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Issued: September 22, 2010

Turner-Hillman, Cheryl
Investigation Control # 02-C-009
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Impersonating an EMT-Basic
Effective: March 25, 2002

VanDeusen, Robert
Investigation Control #2014-0059
Summary Suspension of EMT Certification
Effective: March 17, 2014

Vega, Ricardo (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control #00-C-080
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: July 22, 2000

Walz, John (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 2010-397
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Issued: October 28, 2010

Warnick, Dawn Marie (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 99-34
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: February 19, 2000

Weingroff, Carl F.
Investigation Control # 00-C-107
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Impersonating an EMT-Basic
Issued: October 10, 2000

Williams, Eric
Investigation Control #02-C-001
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Impersonating an EMT-Basic
Effective: January 25, 2002

Willans, Steven H. (EMT-Basic)
Investigation Control # 99-C-010
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: August 15, 1999

Zell, Adam
Investigation Control # 07-C-034
Order to Cease and Desist Impersonating a Certified New Jersey Emergency Medical Technician-Basic
Issued: October 25, 2007

Zaragoza, Martin
Investigation Control # 02-C-007
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Impersonating an EMT-Basic
Effective: March 25, 2002

Zasowski, John (EMT-Paramedic)
EMT-Basic Certification/EMT-Paramedic Certification #826
CERTIFICATION REVOKED
Effective: March 30, 2005

Actions Taken Against MAV, BLS Ambulance and ALS Service Providers:

A-1 Ambulance and Transport
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Operating an Unlicensed Ambulance Service
Issued: March 27, 2000

Good Care Invalid Coach
Investigation Control #2013-296
Summary Suspension of Provider License
Effective: July 25, 2013

Hammonton Rescue Squad
Investigation Control # 2010-438
Summary Suspension of SCTU Services
Effective Date: December 10, 2010

Keystone Quality Transport
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Operation of an Unlicensed Specialty care Transport Service
Issued: March 18, 2005

King Medical Invalid Coach
Investigation Control # 10-M-012
License Summarily Suspended
Effective: March 19, 2010

Lake Langano Invalid Coach
Order to Cease and Desist
Operating an Unlicensed Mobility Assistance Vehicle Service
Investigation Control # 06-B-104
Issued: January 5, 2007

Perth Amboy EMS
Investigation Control #08-C-008
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Impersonating a Certified New Jersey First Responder-Defibrillation
Effective: April 10, 2008

Priority-1 Ambulance Service
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Operation of an Unlicensed Ambulance Service
Issued: June 6, 2001

Regional Medical Transport
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Operation of an Unlicensed Ambulance Service
Issued: December 22, 1999 to Present

Royal Ambulance Service
Investigation Control #00-B-110
License Summarily Suspended
Effective: October 2, 2000 to Present

Rural America
Investigation Control # 09-B-008
Order to CEASE and DESIST Operating a MICU Service
Effective: May 20, 2009

Rural America
Investigation Control # 09-B-013
BLS/SCTU/MAV LICENSE REVOKED
Issued: June 1, 2009

Rural America
Investigation Control # 02-B-006
Order to CEASE AND DESIST operating an MICU service
Effective: November 22, 2001

VGA, Inc
Order to CEASE AND DESIST Operating an Unlicensed Ambulance Service
Issued: June 21, 2006

 

  

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