Disciplinary Actions

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To file a confidential complaint regarding EMS personnel or an EMS service call (800) 452-6086.

The information in this section is intended to provide public notice of disciplinary action by the Department of State Health Services and the Division for Regulatory Services, Enforcement Unit and is not intended to reflect the specific findings of either entity.

This information may not reflect any number of factors including, but not limited to, the severity of harm to a patient, any mitigating factors, or a provider/certificant's disciplinary history.  This listing is not intended as a guide to the level of sanctions appropriate for a particular act of misconduct. 

The following links can be used for reference:

Texas Health and Safety Code
Texas Administrative Code
EMS Rules (Title 25, Part I, Chapter 157 of the Texas Administrative Code) 
TDSHS Index of EMS/Trauma Systems Policies
To find all Texas laws and codes, go to on Texas.gov. 

 


Emergency Suspensions

Hodges, Freddy W., Paris, TX. June 4, 2014, emergency suspension, pursuant to the EMS Rules at 25 TAC §157.36(a).

Olson, Michael R., Fort Worth, TX. March 11, 2015, emergency suspension, pursuant to the EMS Rules at 25 TAC §157.36(a).

Roumanos, Christopher, Houston, Texas, December 5, 2011, emergency suspension pursuant to EMS Rules at 25 TAC §157.36(a).


If you have any questions, you can contact:

Terri Vernon, EMS Enforcement Specialist
Phone: 512/834-6665 ext. 4549
Email: terri.vernon@dshs.state.tx.us

 


Current Enforcement Actions

The information listed on the web is the most current; look for the date the page was updated at the bottom of this page.

All postings will remain on the web page:

  • Until the suspension or probation expires; or, 

  • For one year after final action is taken (for reprimands, denials, revocations and administrative penalties). 

A Believers EMS LLC DBA A Believers EMS, Houston, TX. October 13, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(d)(1), 157.11(d)(4), 157.11(i)(2), 157.11(j)(1) and 157.11(m)(5) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times, failing to assure critical patient care equipment has spare batteries or an alternative power source, failing to have EMS crew properly identified by last name, certification or license level and provider name, and failing to have an environmental system capable of heating or cooling within the patient compartment.

Ayala, Jaime, Hidalgo, TX. December 1, 2014, revoked for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(15), 157.36(b)(21), 157.36(b)(22), 157.36(b)(23), 157.36(b)(25), 157.36(b)(26), 157.36(b)(27), 157.36(b)(28), and 157.36(b)(30) related to conviction for driving while intoxicated, conviction for driving while intoxicated 2nd, failing to notify the Department of an arrest, failing to notify the Department of a change in criminal history, failing to disclose convictions on renewal application, and failing to give the Department information requested.

Baker, Cody P., Hardin, TX. October 1, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§ 157.36(b)(1) and 157.36(b)(30), and HSC §773.041(b) related to staffing an emergency medical service (EMS) vehicle without holding a current Department issued EMS personnel license and/or certificate.

Baytex Ambulance Services Inc., DBA Baytex Ambulance Services, Houston, TX. June 17, 2014, assessed a $3,750.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§ 157.11(d)(1), 157.11(d)(4), 157.11(j)(1), and 157.11(m)(5) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times, failing to have EMS crew properly identified by last name, certification or license level and provider name, and failing to have an environmental system capable of heating or cooling within the patient compartment.

Belton Fire Department/EMS, Belton, TX. June 17, 2014, assessed a $1,250.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§ 25 TAC §§157.11(m)(1), 157.11(m)(4), 157.16(d)(14), and HSC §773.050(a) related to staffing an EMS ambulance vehicle with EMS personnel with expired certifications.

Beneficient Inc. DBA Beneficient Medical Response, Houston, TX. June 27, 2014, assessed a $1,500.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(m)(20) and 157.16(d)(19) related to operating an EMS service without a medical director.

Birhiray Holdings Inc. DBA Pulse EMS, Houston, TX. July 21, 2014, assessed a $1,350.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(m)(20) and 157.16(d)(19) related to failing to notify the Department of a change of its medical director.

Bonaventure C Mbonu & Andre Leevet Elder DBA Alpha Medics EMS, Houston, TX. November 17, 2014, assessed a $500.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rule 25 TAC §157.16(d)(12) related to failing to give the Department information requested.

Bray, Johnney, Baytown, TX. March 26, 2015, 7 day suspension for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(28), and 157.36(b)(30) related to slightly dozing off to sleep while driving an ambulance with a patient and traveled through an intersection that was showing a red light.

Brogdon, Tristan O., Mansfield, TX. February 3, 2015, 24 months probated suspension for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(6), 157.36(b)(22), 157.36(b)(23), 157.36(b)(26), 157.36(b)(28), and 157.36(b)(30) related to arrests for assault family violence impede breathing/circulation, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, injury to a child, receiving deferred adjudications for a 3rd degree felony criminal offense of assault family violence impede breathing/circulation, a 2nd degree felony criminal offense of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a state jail felony criminal offense of injury to a child, conviction for a class A misdemeanor criminal offense of assault bodily injury – family member, failing to notify the Department about arrests, and failing to notify the Department of a change in criminal history.

Buck, Bret A., Yantis, TX. October 1, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(1), 157.36(b)(30), and HSC §773.041(b) related to staffing an emergency medical service (EMS) vehicle without holding a current Department issued EMS personnel license and/or certificate.

Calhoun County EMS, Port Lavaca, TX. October 1, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(m)(1), 157.11(m)(4), 157.16(d)(14), and HSC §773.050(a) related to staffing an EMS ambulance vehicle with EMS personnel with expired certifications.

Central EMS Inc., DBA Central EMS, Houston, TX. June 17, 2014, assessed a $3,750.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(c)(2)(D), 157.11(d)(1), 157.11(j)(1), 157.11(j)(7)(I), 157.11(m)(5), and 157.11(m)(11) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times, failing to have EMS crew properly identified by last name, certification or license level and provider name, failing to assure current protocols, equipment, supply and medication lists are maintained on each vehicle, and failing to display vehicle authorization in patient compartment.

Choice Aid EMS LLC, Dickinson, TX. June 17, 2014, assessed a $500.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(c)(2)(D), 157.11(d)(1), and 157.11(j)(1) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times, and failing to display vehicle authorization in patient compartment.

Christopher R. Freed DBA North Texas EMS, Azle, TX. June 3, 2014, assessed a $750.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(d)(1), 157.11(i)(3), and 157.11(j)(5) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times, and failing to store, maintain and have in date all solutions and pharmaceuticals in accordance with FDA recommendations.

City of Cleveland EMS, Cleveland, TX. June 4, 2014, assessed a $1,500.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(d)(1), 157.11(i)(3), 157.11(j)(5), and 157.11(m)(11) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times,  failing to store, maintain and have in date all solutions and pharmaceuticals in accordance with FDA recommendations, and failing to assure current protocols, equipment, supply and medication lists are maintained on each vehicle.

City of Sachse Fire Department, Sachse, TX. October 30, 2014, assessed a $700.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(m)(1), 157.11(m)(4), 157.16(d)(14), and HSC §773.050(a) related to staffing an EMS ambulance vehicle with EMS personnel with expired certifications.

Clark, Christopher A., New Waverly, TX. October 1, 2014, revoked for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(21), 157.36(b)(22), 157.36(b)(23), 157.36(b)(26), 157.36(b)(27), and 157.36(b)(30) related to an arrest for improper photography or visual recording, failing to notify the Department of an arrest, conviction of a Class A Misdemeanor criminal offense of attempted improper photography, failing to notify the Department of a change in criminal history, failing to give the Department information requested.

Clarke, Joshua, North Richland Hills, TX. September 29, 2014, revoked for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(17) and 157.36(b)(21) related to failing to respond to the Department request for information and photographing a past course exam and then electronically distributing to students.

Coleman County Medical Center DBA Coleman County EMS, Coleman, TX. October 30, 2014, assessed a $3,600.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(m)(1), 157.11(m)(4), 157.16(d)(14), and HSC §773.050(a) related to staffing an EMS ambulance vehicle with EMS personnel with expired certifications.

Cooke County EMS, Gainesville, TX. September 24, 2014, assessed a $700.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(m)(1), 157.11(m)(4), 157.16(d)(14), and HSC §773.050(a) related to staffing an EMS ambulance vehicle with EMS personnel with expired certifications.

Coppell Fire Department, Coppell, TX. September 24, 2014, assessed a $1,750.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(m)(1), 157.11(m)(4), 157.16(d)(14) and HSC §773.050(a) related to staffing an EMS ambulance vehicle with EMS personnel with expired certifications.

Day, Seth M., Nevada, TX. June 9, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(1), 157.36(b)(30), and HSC §773.041(b) related to staffing an emergency medical service (EMS) vehicle without holding a current Department issued EMS personnel license and/or certificate.

Deer Park Volunteer Fire Department, Deer Park, TX. January 3, 2015, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(m)(3) and 157.16(c) related to failing to monitor the quality of patient care provided.

Delancey, Deavon, Horseshoe Bay, TX. February 27, 2015, revoked for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(6), 157.36(b)(21), 157.36(b)(23), 157.36(b)(25), 157.36(b)(28), and 157.36(b)(30) related to an arrest for a felony offense of sexual assault of a child, an arrest for a felony offense of possession of child pornography, failing to notify the Department about arrests, and failing to respond to Department request for information.

Devine Solutions Group LLC DBA Quick Response EMS, Stafford, TX. October 16, 2014, assessed a $3,750.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(c)(2)(D), 157.11(d)(1), 157.11(I)(2), 157.11(i)(3),  and 157.11(j)(5) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times, failing to assure critical patient care equipment has spare batteries or an alternative power source, maintain and have in date all solutions and pharmaceuticals in accordance with FDA recommendations, and failing to display vehicle authorization in patient compartment.

Dingfield, Heather, Coppell, TX. February 25, 2015, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(1), 157.36(b)(30), and HSC §773.041(b) related to staffing an EMS ambulance vehicle with an expired DSHS-issued license and/or certification.

Dokhani, Patricia, Houston, TX. November 17, 2014, 6 month probated suspension for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(4), 157.36(b)(7),  and 157.36(b)(28) related to turning over patient care to a person that lacks training and knowledge of appropriate level of care and falsifying a patient care report.

Eagle Pass Fire Department, Eagle Pass, TX. June 17, 2014, assessed a $3,300.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(m)(1), 157.11(m)(4), 157.16(d)(14), and HSC §773.050(a) related to staffing an EMS ambulance vehicle with EMS personnel with expired certifications.

Earthman, David, Austin, TX. August 12, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(19), 157.36(b)(23), 157.36(b)(26), 157.36(b)(28), and 157.36(b)(30) related to receiving deferred adjudication for misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana and failure to notify the department of arrests.
East Texas Medical Center EMS, Tyler, TX. January 3, 2015, assessed a $7,000.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(m)(1), 157.11(m)(4), 157.16(d)(14), and HSC §773.050(a) related to staffing an EMS ambulance vehicle with EMS personnel with expired certifications.

Elite Medical Transport of Texas, LLC DBA Medical Transport, El Paso, TX. January 5, 2015, assessed a $500.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(d)(1), 157.11(d)(4) and 157.11(j)(5) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times and failing to have an environmental system capable of heating or cooling the patient compartment.

Emergency Room Mobile Services Inc., DBA Rescue Squad, Flower Mound, TX. August 10, 2014, assessed a $750.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(d)(1), 157.11(i)(2), 157.11(j)(1), and 157.11(m)(11) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times and failing to assure current protocols, equipment, supply and medication lists are maintained on each vehicle.

Eva L. Rodriguez DBA Life Saver Ambulance, Leon Valley, TX. October 30, 2014, assessed a $250.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(d)(1), 157.11(i)(2), and 157.11(j)(1) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times.

Exclusive Medical Transport Services LLC DBA Exclusive Ambulance Service, San Juan, TX. November 21, 2014, assessed a $3,850.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(c)(2)(D), 157.11(d)(1), 157.16(d)(14), 157.11(j)(1), 157.11(m)(1), 157.11(m)(4), and HSC §773.050(a) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times, failing to display vehicle authorization in patient compartment, and staffing an EMS ambulance vehicle with EMS personnel with expired certifications.
Feltgen, James D., Coolidge, TX. November 1, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(1), 157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(22), 157.36(b)(23), 157.36(b)(26), and 157.36(b)(30) related to conviction for driving while intoxicated, interference with emergency telephone call and resisting arrest, failing to notify the Department of an arrest, and failing to notify the Department of a change in criminal history.

Floren, Casey D., Aubrey, TX. October 1, 2014, revoked for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(14), 157.36(b)(19), 157.36(b)(23), 157.36(b)(28), 157.36(b)(29) and 157.36(b)(30) related to misappropriating and/or tampering and/or adulterating, and/or self-administering morphine from his employer and an arrest for diversion of controlled substance for personal use and not notifying the Department of the arrest.

Fowls, John L., Missouri City, TX. May 8, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(6), 157.36(b)(15), 157.36(b)(21), 157.36(b)(23), 157.36(b)(24), 157.36(b)(26), 157.36(b)(28), and 157.36(b)(29) related to a deferred adjudication for assault and failing to disclose on a Department EMT renewal application, an arrest for assault and interference with an emergency call, failing to notify the Department of the arrests and change in criminal history and failing to respond to the Department request for information.

Fuentes, Christina C., Arlington, TX. October 1, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(7) and 157.36(b)(30) related to failing to follow medical director protocols by performing advanced level of care outside your scope of certification.

Fuentes, Mario G., Belton, TX. June 17, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(1), 157.36(b)(30), and HSC 773.041(b) related to staffing an emergency medical service (EMS) vehicle without holding a current Department issued EMS personnel license and/or certificate.

Garcia, Adiel, Brownsville, TX. September 12, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §157.32(r)(1) related to assisting to provide an EMS paramedic education course without approval from the Department.

Garner, John M., Amarillo, TX. January 18, 2015, 18 month suspension; initial 6 months actual suspension, remaining 12 month probated suspension for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(14), 157.36(b)(19), 157.36(b)(28), and 157.36(b)(30) related to tampering with and/or misappropriating several vials/ampules of Fentanyl, Versed, and/or Ketamine belonging to employer.

Garza, Koy R., Richmond, TX. May 27, 2014, 12 month probation pursuant to EMS Rules 25 TAC §157.36(g) related to failing a urinalysis drug screen test for the presence of controlled substances and failing to comply with a Department Order.

Giesie, Frank D., Wharton, TX. February 10, 2015, 1 month suspension EMT-Paramedic certification and 6 month suspension EMS Instructor license related to failing to follow school policy regarding emergency procedures for medical emergency, providing a student with expired medications, and misappropriating medications from school.

Gohlke, Preston S., Grand Prairie, TX. September 24, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(1), 157.36(b)(30), and HSC §773.041(b) related to staffing an emergency medical service (EMS) vehicle without holding a current Department issued EMS personnel license and/or certificate.

Gonzalez, Jr., Joe E., Fort Worth, TX. October 1, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rule 25 TAC §157.36(b)(3) related to failing to properly assess a patient and failing to complete a patient care report.  

Gutierrez, Jorge L., Andrews, TX. February 27, 2015, 6 months suspension for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(19), 157.36(b)(28), 157.36(b)(29), and 157.36(b)(30) related to ingesting an illegal controlled substance: synthetic cannabis, also known as “K2”, which caused seizure like symptoms in the back of an ambulance, while attending to a patient.
H-Town Elite Transportation LLC DBA Elite EMS, Houston, TX. June 29, 2014, revocation for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(m)(16), 157.11(m)(25), 157.11(m)(26), and 157.16(d)(1) related to operating an EMS service without insurance.

Hale Center EMS Association, Hale Center, TX. June 17, 2014, assessed a $1,000.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§25 TAC §§ 157.11(d)(1), 157.11(i)(3), 157.11(j)(5), and 157.11(m)(11) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times, failing to store, maintain and have in date all solutions and pharmaceuticals in accordance with FDA recommendations, failing to assure current protocols, equipment, supply and medication lists are maintained on each vehicle,

Harrington, Thomas J., Denton, TX. June 17, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(1), 157.36(b)(30) and HSC §773.041(b) related to staffing an emergency medical service (EMS) vehicle without holding a current Department issued EMS personnel license and/or certificate.

Healthsource EMS LLC, Houston, TX. June 17, 2014, assessed a $1,500.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§ 157.11(d)(1), 157.11(i)(3), 157.11(j)(1), and 157.11(m)(5) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times, failing to have EMS crew properly identified by last name, certification or license level and provider name, and failing to store, maintain and have in date all solutions and pharmaceuticals in accordance with FDA recommendations.

Hefner, Jeremy G., Kilgore, TX. December 9, 2014, revoked for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(14), 157.36(b)(19), 157.36(b)(28), 157.36(b)(29), and 157.36(b)(30) related to on-duty misappropriation from employer Fentanyl and Versed, testing positive to Benzodiazepines, Marijuana and Opiates without physician’s prescription.

Hickman, Teddy, Lubbock, TX. May 8, 2014, revocation pursuant to Chapter 53 of the Texas Occupations Code, Section 53.021(b) related to a felony conviction and imprisonment for indecency with child – sexual contact.

Hopkins, Erik G., League City, TX. October 1, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§ 157.36(b)(1) and 157.36(b)(30), and HSC §773.041(b) related to staffing an emergency medical service (EMS) vehicle without holding a current Department issued EMS personnel license and/or certificate.

Huntsville – Walker County EMS, Huntsville, TX. November 19, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(d)(1), 157.11(i)(3), 157.11(j)(5), and 157.11(m)(11) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times, maintain and have in date all solutions and pharmaceuticals in accordance with FDA recommendations, and failing to assure current protocols, equipment, supply and medication lists are maintained on each vehicle.

I D F EMS, Houston, TX. June 8, 2014, assessed a $5,000.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§ 157.11(m)(20) and 157.16(d)(19) related to failing to notify the Department of a change in medical director.

Jones, Kyle B., Cleveland, TX. October 1, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§ 157.36(b)(1) and 157.36(b)(30), and HSC §773.041(b) related to staffing an emergency medical service (EMS) vehicle without holding a current Department issued EMS personnel license and/or certificate.

Juergens, Nathan D., Houston, TX. June 25, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(1), 157.36(b)(30), and HSC §773.041(b) related to staffing an emergency medical service (EMS) vehicle without holding a current Department issued EMS personnel license and/or certificate.

Kearney, Brendan P., Flower Mound, TX. October 24, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§ 157.36(b)(1), 157.36(b)(30), and HSC §773.041(b), related to staffing an emergency medical service (EMS) vehicle without holding a current Department issued EMS personnel license and/or certificate.

Kinney, Shane G., Ingleside, TX. July 23, 2014, revocation pursuant to Chapter 53 of the TOC §53.021(b) related to felony convictions and imprisonment for two counts of Arson.

Laney, Paul A., El Paso, TX. September 9, 2013, twenty-four (24) month probated suspension for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(22), 157.36(b)(26), and 157.36(b)(28) related to deferred adjudication for improper photo/visual recording arouse/gratify, and failing to notify the Department of change in criminal history.

Lara, Ricci L., Angleton, TX. March 12, 2015, 6 months suspension for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.2(1), 157.36(b)(3), 157.36(b)(7), and 157.36(b)(9) related to failing to do a complete assessment,  failing to obtain a physician’s directive and/or the patient’s signed release to not be transported to a hospital, and failing to accurately and/or completely document in the patient care report.

Ludden, Brian T., Houston, TX. July 21, 2014, revocation for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(19), 157.36(b)(21), 157.36(b)(22), 157.36(b)(23), 157.36(b)(26), 157.36(b)(27), 157.36(b)(28), and 157.36(b)(30) related to an arrest for possession of controlled substance and driving while intoxicated and failing to notify the Department of arrest, conviction for misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance and driving while intoxicated, failure to notify the department of a change in criminal history, and failure to respond to the Departments request for information.   

Maverick Ambulance Services, Inc., Eagle Pass, TX. June 17, 2014, assessed a $2,300.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(m)(1), 157.11(m)(4), 157.16(d)(14), and HSC §773.050(a) related to staffing an EMS ambulance vehicle with EMS personnel with expired certifications.

May, Terry M., Conroe, TX. November 17, 2014, revoked for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§ 157.36(b)(1), 157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(14),157.36(b)(19), 157.36(b)(28), 157.36(b)(29), and 157.36(b)(30) related to diverting and/or tampering with Morphine and Fentanyl and/or self-administering Morphine and Fentanyl.

McConnell, Leslie A., Fort Worth, TX. June 11, 2014, 24 month probated suspension for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(28), 157.36(b)(29), and 157.36(b)(30) related to failing a urinalysis drug screen test for the presence of amphetamine and methamphetamine.

McGehee, Shelly R., Whitney, TX. October 1, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(1), 157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(18), 157.36(b)(23), and 157.36(b)(26) related to committing fraud to gain benefits form social service programs, receiving deferred adjudication for securing execution of document by fraud, and failing to notify the Department of a change in criminal history.

Medics Link EMS Inc., Beaumont, TX. April 20, 2014, revocation for violating EMS Rule 25 TAC §157.16(d)(12) related to failing to respond to the Department request for information.

Midkiff, Jennifer D., Kirbyville, TX. February 10, 2015, 18 month probated suspension for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(18), and 157.36(b)(28) related to committing insurance fraud.

Miller, Glenn E., Flynn, TX. February 27, 2015, revoked for violating EMS Rules HSC 773.0614(c)(1) related to receiving deferred adjudication for having committed the second degree felony criminal offense of sexual assault.

MNK Holdings Inc. DBA CNT EMS, Houston, TX. May 27, 2014, revocation for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(m)(20), and 157.11(m)(30) related to failing to notify the Department of a change in medical director and failing to notify the Department when operations ceased in its service area.

Neely, Christopher L., Aubrey, TX. April 20, 2014, initial application for EMT certification denied pursuant to HSC §773.0614 and TAC §157.36(c)(2), 157.36(c)(3), and 157.36(f) related to a conviction for driving while intoxicated and failing to respond to the Department request for information.

North Star Ambulance Service LLC, Del Rio, TX. November 1, 2014, 3 year probated suspension for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(d)(1), 157.11(j)(1), 157.11(m)(11), 157.11(m)(15), 157.11(m)(19)(D), 157.11(m)(19)(E), 157.11(m)(20), 157.16(d)(5), and 157.16(e)(5) related to submission of provider license application with falsified medical director signature and initials, failing to notify the department of a change in medical director, and the department was unable to conduct an unannounced inspection as provider failed to notify of new address.

Nueces County ESD 4, Corpus Christi, TX. September 24, 2014, assessed a $500.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(d)(1), 157.11(i)(2), and 157.11(j)(5) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times and failing to assure critical patient care equipment has spare batteries or an alternative power source.

Oladapo, Bolaji T., Richmond, TX. February 27, 2015, revoked for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(3) and 157.36(b)(21) related to failing to make an accurate and/or complete PCR, and failing to respond to Department request for information.

Orji, Emeka D., Richmond, TX. May 8, 2014, revocation pursuant to Chapter 53 of the Texas Occupations Code, Section 53.021(b) related to a felony conviction and imprisonment for conspiracy to commit health care fraud and health care fraud, aiding and abetting.

Pearland EMS, Pearland, TX. June 25, 2014, assessed a $950.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(m)(1), 157.11(m)(4), 157.16(d)(14) and HSC §773.050(a) related to staffing an EMS ambulance vehicle with EMS personnel with expired certifications.

Peter Bustos DBA D&L EMS, Porter, TX. June 17, 2014, assessed a $1,000.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(c)(2)(D), 157.11(d)(1), 157.11(d)(6), 157.11(d)(7),  157.11(j)(4), 157.11(m)(5), and 157.11(m)(11) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times, failing to have EMS crew properly identified by last name, certification or license level and provider name, failing to store, maintain and have in date all solutions and pharmaceuticals in accordance with FDA recommendations, failing to have the name of the provider and license number displayed on both sides of vehicle, failing to assure current protocols, equipment, supply and medication lists are maintained on each vehicle, failing to display vehicle authorization in patient compartment.

Peugeot, Jason W., League City, TX. June 11, 2014, revocation for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(14), 157.36(b)(18), 157.36(b)(19), 157.36(b)(23), 157.36(b)(28), 157.36(b)(29), 157.36(b)(30) related to arrest for diversion of controlled substance and two charges of tampering governmental record, misappropriation and/or tampered with and/or self-administered fentanyl, hydromorphone, and morphine from employer, falsified government records-Drug Enforcement Agency form 222, and failed to notify the Department of arrests.

Phillips, Nathan W., Orange, TX. February 13, 2014, 24 month probated suspension for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(1), 157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(22), 157.36(b)(23), and 157.36(b)(26) related to a conviction for indecent exposure, failure to notify the Department of a change in criminal history, and failing to notify the Department of an arrest.

Pina, Ramiro F., Jr., Del Rio, TX. November 12, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §157.36(b)(18) related to submission of provider license application with falsified medical director signature and initials.
Pugh, Timothy S., Universal City, TX. March 30, 2015, revoked pursuant to Chapter 53 of the TOC §53.021(b) related to felony conviction and imprisonment for burglary of a habitation with intent to commit aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Ray, James M., Lumberton, TX. November 1, 2014, revoked for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§ 157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(6), 157.36(b)(28), and 157.36(b)(30) related to inappropriately fondling patient’s breast on two separate runs and two separate patients.

Rodolfo Martinez III/Rodolfo Martinez Jr. DBA Star EMS, Elsa, TX. September 24, 2014, assessed a $3,750.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(d)(1), 157.11(i)(3), and 157.11(j)(5) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times and failing to store, maintain and have in date all solutions and pharmaceuticals in accordance with FDA recommendations.

Rowe, Jason, Georgetown, TX. March 30, 2015, revoked pursuant to Chapter 53 of the TOC §53.021(b) related to felony conviction and imprisonment for theft of a firearm.

Rudny, Domink M., Magnolia, TX. August 10, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(22), 157.36(b)(23), 157.36(b)(26), and 157.36(b)(30) related to receiving deferred adjudication for possession of cocaine, failure to notify the department of a change in criminal history and arrest.

Salinas, Juan C., Quemado, TX. June 17, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(1),  157.36(b)(30), and HSC 773.041(b) related to staffing an emergency medical service (EMS) vehicle without holding a current Department issued EMS personnel license and/or certificate.

Skyline EMS Inc. DBA Skyline EMS, Alton, TX. December 1, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(m)(1), 157.16(d)(1), and 157.16(d)(19) related to accepting 911 calls when unable to respond to them and then transferring calls to other Providers.

Southeast Volunteer Fire Department, Houston, TX. November 19, 2014, assessed a $300.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(m)(1), 157.11(m)(4), 157.16(d)(14), 157.11(d)(1), 157.11(i)(3), 157.11(j)(5), 157.11(j)(7)(A), and HSC §773.050(a) related to staffing an EMS ambulance vehicle with EMS personnel with expired certifications, failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times, maintain and have in date all solutions and pharmaceuticals in accordance with FDA recommendations, and failing to assure current protocols, equipment, supply and medication lists are maintained on each vehicle.

Stalik, Christopher, West Lake Hills, TX. November 17, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §157.36(b)(3) related to failing to accurately complete and/or document patient assessment on the patient care report.

Tankersley, Jody R., Humble, TX. April 30, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(14), 157.36(b)(28), and 157.36(b)(29) related to a deferred adjudication for burglary of a building with intent to commit theft.

Terry Memorial Hospital District DBA Brownfield Regional Medical Center EMS, Brownfield, TX. June 17, 2014, assessed a $500.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(d)(1), 157.11(i)(3), and 157.11(j)(3) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times and failing to store, maintain and have in date all solutions and pharmaceuticals in accordance with FDA recommendations.

Texas Med Support LLC, Stafford, TX. June 9, 2014, assessed a $500.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(d)(1), 157.11(i)(2), and 157.11(j)(1) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times and failing to assure critical patient care equipment has spare batteries or an alternative power source.

Tiger EMS Inc. DBA Tiger EMS, Longview, TX. October 1, 2014, assessed a $4,500.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(c)(2)(D), 157.11(d)(1), 157.11(i)(2), 157.11(j)(1), and 157.11(m)(11) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times, failing to assure current protocols, equipment, supply and medication lists are maintained on each vehicle, failing to assure critical patient care equipment has spare batteries or an alternative power source, maintain and have in date all solutions and pharmaceuticals in accordance with FDA recommendations, and failing to display vehicle authorization in patient compartment.

Toman, Christopher G., Midlothian, TX. December 1, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(14), 157.36(b)(18), 157.36(b)(22), 157.36(b)(23), 157.36(b)(26),  and 157.36(b)(30) related to pleading guilty and receiving deferred adjudication for a state jail felony criminal offense of credit card abuse, failing to notify the Department of a change in criminal history, and failing to notify the Department of an arrest.

Trans-Star Medical Transport Inc., Spring, TX. October 1, 2014, assessed a $500.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(c)(2)(D), 157.11(d)(1), 157.11(i)(2), 157.11(i)(3), and 157.11(j)(1) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times, failing to assure critical patient care equipment has spare batteries or an alternative power source, maintain and have in date all solutions and pharmaceuticals in accordance with FDA recommendations, and failing to display vehicle authorization in patient compartment.

Tucker, Chad A., Saint Jo, TX. February 11, 2015, 12 month suspension; initial 1 month actual suspension, remaining 11 month probated suspension for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(15), 157.36(b)(22), 157.36(b)(23), 157.36(b)(25), 157.36(b)(26), 157.36(b)(28), and 157.36(b)(29) related to placing an individual in another motor vehicle in imminent danger by pointing a handgun at them, an arrest for driving while intoxicated and twice before convicted driving while intoxicated/3rd, failing to notify the Department about an arrest, conviction of deadly conduct, conviction of driving while license invalid, failing to notify the Department of a change in criminal history, and failing to disclose convictions on renewal application.

TUNSS EMS Inc., Houston, TX. April 20, 2014, initial application for EMS provider license denied for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §157.11(d)(1), 157.11(i)(3), 157.11(j)(1) and 157.11(m)(11) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times, failing to assure current protocols, equipment, supply and medication lists are maintained on each vehicle, and failing to store, maintain and have in date all solutions and pharmaceuticals in accordance with FDA recommendations.

Urgent Response EMS, Houston, TX. August 10, 2014, assessed a $300.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(m)(1), 157.11(m)(4), 157.16(d)(14) and HSC §773.050(a) related to staffing an EMS ambulance vehicle with EMS personnel with expired certifications.

Ventura Medical Services Inc. DBA Ventura EMS, Houston, TX. March 30, 2015, assessed a $3,750.00 administrative penalty for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.11(c)(2)(D), 157.11(d)(1), 157.11(i)(3), 157.11(j)(5), 157.11(m)(5), and 157.11(m)(11) related to failing to have EMS ambulance vehicle(s) adequately equipped and supplied at all times, failing to store, maintain and have in date all solutions and pharmaceuticals in accordance with FDA recommendations, failing to have EMS crew properly identified by last name, certification or license level and provider name, and failing to assure current protocols, equipment, supply and medication lists are maintained on each vehicle.

Vrooman, Jason C., College Station, TX. May 22, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(26), 157.36(b)(28) and 157.36(b)(30) related to a conviction for driving while intoxicated 2nd.

Washington, Marquis D., Fort Worth, TX. February 27, 2015, revoked for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§ 157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(6), 157.36(b)(21), 157.36(b)(23), 157.36(b)(27), 157.36(b)(28), and 157.36(b)(30) related to an arrest for harassment, an arrest for a felony offense of aggravated sexual assault of a  child, and failing to notify the Department about arrests.

Wauer, Cynthia P., Yorktown, TX. December 1, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(18), 157.36(b)(21), 157.36(b)(22), 157.36(b)(26), and 157.36(b)(30) related to pleading guilty and receiving deferred adjudication for a criminal offense of securing execution of document by deception, failing to notify the Department of a change in criminal history and failing to give the Department information requested.

Whiteley, Gregory S., Allen, TX. October 7, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§ 157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(19), 157.36(b)(23), 157.36(b)(26), 157.36(b)(28), and 157.36(b)(30) related to receiving deferred adjudication for seven counts of second degree felony criminal offense of manufacture/deliver controlled substance, and an arrest for seven counts of manufacture/deliver controlled substance and you failed to notify the Department of the arrest.

Wilborn, Ede R., Fort Worth, TX. January 28, 2015, 18 month probated suspension for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(3), 157.36(b)(4), 157.36(b)(7), 157.36(b)(28), and 157.36(b)(30) related to allowing patient to exit ambulance and remain outside unsecure to smoke a cigarette on the side of the road and failing to make an accurate and/or complete PCR.

Wilburn, Terrence, Houston, TX. October 1, 2014, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§ 157.36(b)(1) and 157.36(b)(30), and HSC §773.041(b) related to staffing an emergency medical service (EMS) vehicle without holding a current Department issued EMS personnel license and/or certificate.

Williams, Jr., Robert M., Corinth, TX. March 26, 2015, reprimanded for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(1), 157.36(b)(30), and HSC §773.041(b) related to staffing an EMS ambulance vehicle with an expired DSHS-issued license and/or certification.

Wilson, Jr., Dolphard R., Clyde, TX. September 24, 2014, suspended for 12 months for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36(b)(3), 157.36(b)(7), 157.36(b)(9), 157.36(b)(28), and 157.36(b)(30) related to failing to follow medical director’s protocols and failing to complete a patient care report

Wyman, Dean W., Kerrville, TX. April 20, 2014, revocation for violating EMS Rules 25 TAC §§157.36 (b)(1), 157.36(b)(2), 157.36(b)(6), 157.36(b)(15), 157.36(b)(21), 157.36(b)(22), 157.36(b)(26), 157.36(b)(27) and 157.36(b)(28) related to conviction for assault – family member, failing to notify the Department of the change in criminal history, and failing to respond to the Department request for information.

 

 

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