Frank Guyette, MD, MPH
Dr. Guyette has devoted his academic career to EMS research and management. His areas of expertise are in prehospital resuscitation and EMS safety. He has investigated the effects of shift length on cognitive performance of prehospital providers, the effects of heat stress on cognitive function, and the identification of adverse events in EMS services. Dr. Guyette examined these issues with funding from the National Association of EMS Physicians, the Department of Defense, the Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium (ROC), and the Foundation for Air Medical Research and Education (now the Medevac Foundation).
Dr. Guyette has served both regionally and nationally on committees addressing the needs of EMS providers and their patients, and is currently the chairperson of the following committees: the NAEMSP Air Medical Committee, the Pennsylvania Emergency Health Systems Council Critical Care Committee, and the Pennsylvania ACEP EMS committee. Guyette serves as a member of the ACEP EMS committee and has previously served as Chair of the ACEP Air Medical Section. Furthermore, he has over 25 years of experience as a prehospital provider and is personally invested in the health of his employees and colleagues.