Senior Command Staff

Gary Bryskiewicz, Chief

 Chief Bryskiewicz has been with Denver Health Paramedics since 1998 and in EMS since 1991. Prior to his career in EMS, Gary proudly served 8 years in the United States Air Force. He is a graduate of Regis University with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing/Communication, and a Master of Business Administration. He is a faculty member of the Denver Health Lean Academy and a fellowship candidate of the American College of Healthcare Executives . Chief Bryskiewicz is a been in his current position since 2016.

Marc Scherschel, Deputy Chief

  Deputy Chief Scherschel has been with Denver Health Paramedics since 1992 and in EMS since 1989. Marc is a graduate of the Metropolitan State University of Denver with a Bachelor of Science in Human Services, and a Master of Science in Emergency and Disaster Management from the American Military University. He is adjunct faculty with MSU in the Health Care Administration Department and a Team Commander for a Disaster Medical Assistance Team. Chief Scherschel has been in his current position since 2014.

Justin Harper, Assistant Chief Training and Education

  

Assistant Chief Harper has been with Denver Health Paramedics since 2000 and in EMS since 1995. Justin will graduate from Metropolitan State University with a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Professional Services in 2019. He is a Denver native and a graduate of Denver Public Schools. Chief Harper has been in his current position since 2014.

Stephen Jackamore, Assistant Chief Administration

  

Assistant Chief Jackamore has been with Denver Health Paramedics since 1985 and in EMS since 1979. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado Denver with a Bachelor of Science in Business, and a Juris Doctorate from Denver University College of Law. Chief Jackamore has been in his current position since 2014.

James Robinson, Assistant Chief Planning, Preparedness and Logistics

  

Assistant Chief Robinson has been in EMS since 1989. He has been with the Paramedic Division since 1993, and in his current position since 2005. James holds a BS in Human Services from Metropolitan State University of Denver, and is currently a master’s degree candidate of the Naval Postgraduate School’s Center for Homeland Security and Defense. Chief Robinson is Past President of the International Association of EMS Chiefs, and a graduate of Cohort VI of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government/Chan School of Public Health’s National Preparedness Leadership Initiative (NPLI). 

Kyle Roodberg, Assistant Chief Operations

  

Assistant Chief Roodberg has been with the Denver Health Paramedics since 1991 and in EMS since 1984. Kyle is a graduate of Metro State University with a Bachelor of Science in Human Services. He has been in his current position since 2015. 

Brent Stevenson, Assistant Chief Denver International Airport EMS Operations

 Assistant Chief Stevenson has been with Denver Health Paramedics since 2007 and in EMS since 1993. Brent is a graduate from University of Colorado, Boulder with a B.A. in International Affairs and a minor in Political Science. Chief Stevenson has been in his position since 2015.