Wade N. Sears, MD FACEP serves as the Chief Medical Officer of Fremont Emergency Services. He is also the Chairman of Emergency Services for the adult emergency department at Sunrise Hospital. He attended medical school at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. He completed his Emergency Medicine Residency at Michigan State University and relocated to Las Vegas in 1998. He has always been interested in EMS and Education serving as the Physician Liaison for the Air Ambulance during his residency. Upon relocation to Las Vegas he became the medical director for the Flight for Life Program establishing Pre‐Hospital Rapid Sequence Intubation as the standard of care for the Air Ambulance Service in the Las Vegas Community. He served as the medical director for the TriState CareFlight program based in Las Vegas for the initial 18 months during start-up. He served as the principle investigator for eStudySite in order to initiate emergency department research thru the emergency departments in the Las Vegas community. He served as the President of Nevada ACEP and is a member of EDPMA and is boarded in emergency medicine.
John Henner DO FACEP serves as the Chief Operations Officer for Fremont Emergency Services providing Emergency Department Physician coverage for Sunrise, Southern Hills, and Mountain View Hospital. He attended medical school at Midwestern
University in Chicago Illinois and was the Chief Resident in Emergency Medical at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Dr. Henner completed his Military Career as the Assistant Medical Director at Nellis Air Force and was honorably discharged at the rank of Major. In addition to Emergency Medicine he has had a focus on disaster medicine and Humanitarian relief. He’s responded in support of both the Great Mississippi flood of 1992 as well as for Hurricane Katrina domestically. In addition he’s responded in support of international relief efforts in the countries of Senegal, Mozambique and India.
Eric Anderson, MD MS serves as the director of Emergency Medicine at Southern Hills hospital. He attended medical school at Albany Medical College and completed his Emergency Medicine Residency at Geisinger Medical Center in 2005. Prior to medical School he received a Masters in Biochemistry at the University of Connecticut. A former Life Flight physician, he is committed to EMS education and improving the quality of care in Clark County.
Frank Lee, DO, FACEP serves as the Physician Director of Quality for Fremont Emergency Services. He obtained his medical degree from Western University of the Health Sciences and completed his residency training in Emergency Medicine at Wright State University. While a USAF major at Langley Air Force Base, Dr. Lee served as the Operational Medical Director for the Base Fire Department and Chief of Langley’s Triage Disaster Team. He also served as a medical advisor for the Peninsulas Emergency Medical Services Council in Hampton Roads, Virginia. In addition to practicing emergency medicine, Dr. Lee has an interest in disaster medicine. He has global experience with humanitarian relief as a result of volunteer work in Hurricane Katrina, Mozambique, and Guatemala.
Jennifer Daugharthy, MD, FACEP serves as the Ultrasound Director for Fremont Emergency Services. She attended medical school at Loma Linda University in Southern California and completed her emergency medicine residency at Orlando Regional Medical Center in Orlando, Florida. She stayed there to complete her Ultrasound Fellowship under Dr. Stephen Leech. She is board certified in Emergency Medicine. She was raised here in Las Vegas and returned home to work in 2009.
Clarence M Dunagan IV, MD FACEP serves as the Medical Director of Emergency Services at Mountain View Hospital. He attended the US Air Force Academy, graduating in 1995. Clarence served two years as an Intelligence Officer in the Air Force before attending medical school at Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine in Chicago. He then went on to complete a residency in Emergency Medicine at East Carolina University. Clarence was stationed at Nellis AFB, NV from 2004-2011 and served as the Medical Director of the busiest ER in the Air Force from 2006-2011. He deployed to Iraq in 2006 and Afghanistan in 2009, where he served as the Medical Director of the ER at the largest Coalition hospital in country at Bagram Air Base. Clarence has worked with FES on a per diem basis since 2004 and transitioned to full time in May of 2011 when his military commitment concluded.
Scott A. Scherr, MD FACEP is the medical director for the adult emergency department at Sunrise Hospital. He graduated at UNLV in 1997 where he played collegiate baseball. Scott attended the University of Nevada School of medicine and graduated in 2003. He trained at Emory University in Atlanta Georgia where he was Chief Resident in 2006. After residency Scott served as medical director at West Georgia Health Emergency Department in Lagrange Georgia. While living in Atlanta, Scott was the medical director for AMR Troup County. At WGH Scott created and directed an Emergency Department Chest Pain Center. In 2010 Scott moved back to Las Vegas and joined FES.
Dr. Syska is a Board Certified Emergency Medicine Physician and is the Medical Director of Emergency Services at St. Rose de Lima where he is also a member of the MEC and sits on the Peer Review Committee.
Dr. Syska spent 11 years at Wright State University.. He graduated from WSU summa cum laude with a GPA of 3.98. He obtained a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences in 2000. Syska then attended the Boonshoft School Of Medicine until 2004 and completed his Emergency Medicine Residency at Wright State in 2007.
During his tenure at WSU Dr. Syska was awarded Resolutions from the Ohio House of Representatives and the Ohio Senate based on his service to the community and his accomplishments. He served on the Wright State University Board of Trustees as a student representative for 2 years, was president of the Student Athlete Advisory Council, and was a founding father of the WSU chapter of Delta Tau Delta. He was captain of the soccer team, a GTE Academic All American, voted the WSU Scholar Athlete of the year, and received the Woody Hayes National Scholar Athlete Award.
Dr. Syska continues to be active in the community providing care to the indigent. He has also been an advocate and active volunteer with Hospice of Dayton. He is a current member of the American College of Emergency Physicians, American Board of Emergency Medicine, and hold licensures in Ohio, Nevada, and Arizona.
When he is not working or volunteering, he enjoys traveling the world with his wife Heidi.
Lance Allgower, DO, FACEP, Serves as the Medical Director for the Adult Emergency Department at the Siena Campus. He has been an Attending Physician at St. Rose Dominican Hospitals since 2002. He obtained his medical degree from Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California. He completed his Residency in Emergency Medicine at Doctors Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, where he was the Chief Resident. Dr. Allgower has been a Clinical Assistant Professor in Emergency Medicine at University of Nevada School of Medicine since 2004. He is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine. He enjoys tennis, golf, racquetball, and snow skiing.
Alex Malone, MD, FAAEM, FACEP, Dr. Malone is the Medical Director at the San Martín Campus . He obtained his medical degree from University of Nevada School of Medicine, Reno. He completed his Residency in Emergency Medicine at University of Arizona Health Sciences. He is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine. Dr. Malone has been an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at University of Nevada School of Medicine since 2004. He is currently the Medical Director for North Las Vegas Fire Department and Mercy Air Services, Nevada. He is a FAA certified private pilot, 2nd degree black belt (NiDan), and has his United States Parachuting Association License. He is fluent in Spanish.
Summer serves as MLP Operations Manager for FES. Born and raised in Las Vegas, she left for college in southern California then worked as an emergency room travel nurse for 4 years. She graduated from University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2011 with her masters in nursing and Nurse Practitioner degree. Summer enjoys her role in emergency medicine and also takes an interest in nutrition and disease prevention.