John W. Lovett, Clinical Director of the STAT MedEvac air medical transport service of the Center for Emergency Medicine of Western Pennsylvania in Pittsburgh, just received the STARS of Life Award at The Ambulance Association of Pennsylvania (AAP) Leadership Conference.
Lovett was recognized at the AAP Leadership Conference as a quintessential leader in quality assurance and patient/provider safety.
His work integrating the concepts and philosophy of the CAMTS-required “Just Culture” into his organization’s air medical program was recognized as well.
Additionally, John’s work with a Jewish Healthcare Foundation EMS safety/quality fellowship grant to investigate the application of aviation safety initiatives to the delivery of patient care was recognized.
Pictured: John W. Lovett (center), RN, MSN, MBA, CMTE, CFRN, Director of Clinical Operations, STAT MedEvac
Lovett’s receipt of the Ambulance Association of Pennsylvania award reflected his reputation as an “independent, critical thinker; self-motivated and dedicated to patients, his colleagues and the organization.”
“He is quick to respond, thorough in execution and complete in follow-up” the nomination read. “John can always be counted on to do the right thing.”
Congratulations to John and STAT MedEvac for winning the award!