• Satyavardhan Pulukurthy, MD, FACC, FSCAI

    Specialties: Cardiology, Cardiovascular Disease, Endovascular Medicine, Interventional Cardiology, Nuclear Cardiology

    Board Certifications: Cardiology, Interventional Cardiology, Endovascular Medicine, Nuclear Cardiology, and Internal Medicine

    Special Interests: Interventional cardiology (including structural heart disease), endovascular medicine, echocardiography, nuclear cardiology, cardiac arrhythmia evaluation and monitoring, stress testing, and non-invasive vascular studies American College of Cardiology, Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions, American College of Physicians, Washington State Medical Association, and Kitsap County Medical Society.

  • Dr. Scott Davarn

    Dr. Davarn is a full-time emergency physician at CHI – Harrison Hospital. Dr. Davarn also serves as the medical program director for Kitsap County Emergency Medical Services and Trauma Care. He received his professional schooling at University of Washington.

  • Steve Strachan

    Bremerton Police Chief

    Prior to becoming Bremerton’s Chief, Steve served the King County Sheriff’s Office from 2011-2012 as the Chief Deputy and as the Sheriff, after being appointed by the King County Council following the retirement of the previous Sheriff. From 2006-2010, Steve was Chief of Police in Kent, Washington, and from 2004-2006 Steve was Chief of Police in Lakeville, Minnesota, where he started his law enforcement career 19 years earlier.

  • Randi Riesen­berg, MPH

    Randi Riesen­berg is a Pro­gram Man­ager at King County EMS. She has an MPH from the Uni­ver­sity of Wash­ing­ton. She cur­rently coor­di­nates Wash­ing­ton CARES, part of the HeartRes­cue project, in an effort to mea­sure and improve car­diac arrest.

  • Peter Kudenchuk, MD

    Dr. Kudenchuk is Pro­fes­sor of Med­i­cine in the Divi­sion of Car­di­ol­ogy at the Uni­ver­sity of Wash­ing­ton, with a clin­i­cal prac­tice in car­di­ol­ogy and car­diac electrophysiology.He is Prin­ci­pal Inves­ti­ga­tor for the Resus­ci­ta­tion Out­comes Con­sor­tium, an NIH-supported mul­ti­cen­ter net­work that is per­form­ing ran­dom­ized clin­i­cal tri­als in out-of-hospital car­diac arrest and life-threatening trauma; Asso­ciate Med­ical Direc­tor of King County Emer­gency Med­ical Ser­vices; and Asso­ciate Edi­tor for the Amer­i­can Heart Association’s Text­book of Emer­gency Car­dio­vas­cu­lar Care and CPR.

  • Mike Hel­bock

    Mike Hel­bock is a for­mer Para­medic and Senior Instruc­tor for the Train­ing and Edu­ca­tion Divi­sion for Seattle/King County EMS. He is an author of many of the stan­dard emer­gency med­ical prac­tices and train­ing pro­ce­dures that are incor­po­rated into the EMS com­mu­nity today, includ­ing the pop­u­lar “SICK/NOT SICK” approach to patient care.

  • Mickey Eisen­berg, MD, PhD

    Dr. Eisen­berg is Med­ical Direc­tor of King County Emer­gency Med­i­cine Ser­vices and Pro­fes­sor of Med­i­cine at the Uni­ver­sity of Wash­ing­ton. He has stud­ied car­diac arrest and devel­oped inno­v­a­tive pro­grams to treat this con­di­tion for over 30 years.

  • David Carl­bom, MD

    Dr. Carl­bom is an Asso­ciate Pro­fes­sor in the Divi­sion of Pul­monary Crit­i­cal Care and the Direc­tor of Para­medic Train­ing. His is inter­ested in teach­ing resus­ci­ta­tion, and he is a regional expert on sep­sis and post-resuscitation care. He has pub­li­ca­tions in air­way edu­ca­tion, sep­sis, and ther­a­peu­tic hypother­mia. He is rec­og­nized as a clin­i­cal & edu­ca­tion leader, and spends time edu­cat­ing para­medics, stu­dents, res­i­dents, fel­lows, nurses and colleagues.

  • Kevin Bernt

    Kitsap Resuscitation Academy Facilitator

    Lead Fire/Medic for Central Kitsap Fire and Rescue and Senior EMT Instructor at Kitsap County EMS.