Dr. Robert Moser, MD
Chief Medical Training Officer
Dr. Robert Moser serves as the Medical Training Officer of Response Systems. He has spent 20 years practicing medicine and was Family Physician of the Year (2006) in Kansas, and the Kansas Emergency Medical Technicians Medical Director of the year (2007). For the last 16 years, Dr. Moser has served as Medical Director of Greeley County EMS, Greeley County Health Officer, and Greeley County Health Services.
Dr. Moser has acquired numerous training certifications in NIMS, ICS, Hospital Emergency Response, Basic and Advanced Disaster Life Support, Basic and Advanced Cardiac Life Support, and Hazmat Awareness and Operations training.
In addition to being board certified in Family Medicine Dr. Moser holds a certificate of added qualification in Sports Medicine. Dr. Moser is a member of National Rural Health Association, the American Society of Sports Medicine and American Geriatrics Society as well as the AMA and Kansas Medical Society. Dr. Moser has given Congressional testimony on behalf of Public Health and is a frequent lecturer on Rural Health issues. Dr. Moser’s experience running hospital emergency and EMS offices as well as adjunct emergency management programs in conjunction with his accreditations from HS and FEMA provide LSU HCSD an unrivaled asset for medical disaster planning.
Lead Exercise Consultant
Mr. Derek Rowan is one of the premiere Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation (HSEEP) trainers in the US. Mr. Rowan is one of a handful of trainers certified and employed by the US Government to conduct train the trainer coursework in HSEEP methodologies.
Mr. Rowan has consulted federal, international and high profile private entities on many phases of disaster response and preparedness schemes.
Randy L. Cardonell, RHIA, EMT-I/D, IC, CM
Director of Operations
Randy Cardonell holds designations of Registered Health Information Administrator; EMT-I/D, IC for EMS classes for the state of Kansas; CM, KDEM certified for ICS 700, 800, 100-400; PHTLS Instructor; and CPR-First Aid Instructor.
Mr. Cardonell currently serves as President of the Kansas Emergency Medical Technician Association. He is also a member of the Kansas Emergency Medical Services Association, Southwest Kansas Emergency Medical Services Council (Outgoing President), and American Health Information Management Association.
His experiences as Director of Greeley County Emergency Management, Assistant Director of the Greeley County Ambulance Service, former Inspector for the Kansas Board of EMS and as part of the Health and Safety Division during the National Boy Scout Jamboree, where he helped develop exercises and planning for event disaster, planned and coordinated on site health center for major events and was a triage officer for the health center during an actual event.
Todd J Grainger
In addition to the executive duties as President, Mr. Todd Grainger serves as Exercise Director/Process Evaluator for hospital based exercises and maintains a Command Role in Response Systems disaster response activities.
As Incident Commander and Logistics Section Chief for the Gulf Coast response to Hurricane Gustav in 2008, Mr. Grainger led the highly successful mass evacuation of over 300 patients for LSU Health Care Services Division. Todd is responsible for MOU relationships overseeing the performance of EMS transport providers including air and ground medical rescue units, special needs medical teams and hundreds of strike team members. He has spoken at several national disaster response and training conferences regarding hospital evacuations.
Mr. Grainger helped design the insurance industry’s first mobile disaster response unit supporting Catastrophic Assist Teams in the field. Mr. Grainger holds US Patent Pending on Response Systems’ Mass Medical Evacuation Unit (MMEU) and service mark for Response Systems’ Pediatric Basic Disaster Life Support® training curriculum. Todd is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin.
Mark E. Chambers
Mark E. Chambers has extensive experience in Disaster Planning and Response, including Pandemic Flu Planning. Most recently, Mark Chambers led North Carolina’s Hospital Preparedness Program as the State’s Disaster Medical Services Coordinator. Prior to his position in North Carolina, Mr. Chambers served in a similar capacity for the State of Mississippi and served as advisor to FEMA/HHS regarding health care disaster planning, exercises and response.
As an Intelligence Officer, Mr. Chambers’ expertise includes Law Enforcement, Anti-Terrorism, Emergency Management, Public Health, Fire and medical as a Paramedic. He has authored numerous disaster preparedness programs adopted by both state and federal institutions.
Mark has experience held leadership positions in all phases of planning, from writing policy, plans and procedures and leading the execution of these programs. Mr. Chambers primary focus is on regional healthcare coalition planning coordination and state and federal policy and program compliance.