Contact Your Pre-Hospital Liaison

St. Luke’s Pre-Hospital Services provides necessary resources, feedback and advocacy to our EMS providers, firefighters, 911 dispatchers, police officers and other pre-hospital providers who are committed to serving our patients and communities. Part of our responsibility is to encourage, foster, and promote the continued development of an efficient pre-hospital system.  These goals are met by educating, communicating and developing a lasting collaborative bond between hospital clinicians, hospital administrators and first responders. 

Network Pre-Hospital Liaisons

Please contact one of your St. Luke’s Pre-Hospital Liaisons with:

  • Questions/Comments/Suggestions
  • Continuing education requests
  • Grand round case review requests
  • Patient follow-up requests
  • Cath Lab Observations/Hybrid O.R. Tours
  • Direct to CT/Cath Lab Program Enrollment
  • EMS Research Opportunities
  • Epic Care-Link Enrollment

Pre-Hospital Liaison Roles

  • Ensure top decile EMS provider satisfaction and ensure EMS voices are heard
  • Continuously explore and deploy programs with/for EMS which improve EMS workflow, patient/customer satisfaction, and access to care
  • Serve as the first line health network contact for regional pre-hospital providers
  • Plan, organize, and coordinate educational opportunities for our pre-hospital community (including EMS Week activities)
  • Provide patient feedback for pre-hospital providers
  • Represent the St. Luke's University Health Network at regional EMS events and conferences
  • Assist the pre-hospital community in identifying and addressing concerns or suggestions related to St. Luke’s University Health Network
  • Propose and assist in the development of new programs and services based on the needs of the pre-hospital community
  • Assist Health Network Service Lines with maintaining accreditation's specific to EMS involvement

Pre-hospital Services Team

Adam Maziuk, MHA, NRP, MICP, ACM-FP
EMS Liaison to University and Warren Hospitals
Specialty: St. Luke's University Hospital Adult Level 1 Trauma Center, Trauma Program Liaison, Children's Hospital

Christopher Gulick, NRP
EMS Liaison for Anderson, Easton and Monroe Hospitals
Specialty: Neurosciences, Anderson Level 2 TC and Monroe Level 4 Trauma

Charles Barker, NRP
EMS Liaison for Allentown, Upper Bucks, and Sacred Heart Hospitals
Specialty: Pediatrics, EMS Education, and Upper Bucks Level 4 Trauma

Jeffrey Yanochko, BS, NRP
EMS Liaison for Miners, Orwigsburg (GSL), and Carbon Hospitals
Specialty: Cardiovascular Services, Carbon Level 4 Trauma, GSL Level 4 Trauma, & Miners Level 4 Trauma

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