Jason Roosa, MD
Chair, Prehospital Committee, National Clinical Governance Board
Dr. Jason Roosa, MD, MS, is the Prehospital Chair of the National Clinical Governance Board at US Acute Care Solutions. He is also the EMS Director at Lutheran Medical Center in Wheat Ridge, CO. Dr. Roosa has been with USACS (legacy Ergentus Emergency Service Physicians) since 2012. Currently, he is a disaster doctor with the Arizona-1 DMAT team and was recently deployed to Puerto Rico for federal hurricane relief.
Dr. Roosa attended the University at Albany in Albany, NY, where he obtained his BS in Biological Sciences and MS in Neurobiology. He received his MD at the University of Colorado, and went on to complete his residency at Maricopa Medical Center, in Phoenix, AZ, where he was Chief Resident. He then finished his EMS/Resuscitation Science Fellowship at Maricopa Medical Center as well.
Dr. Roosa is Board certified in Emergency Medicine, EMS, and licensed in Arizona and Colorado. His professional memberships include; The American College of Emergency Physicians, National Association of EMS Physicians, Special Operations Medical Association Member, and Colorado Medical Society. He has received multiple awards including; Achievement in Research and Scholarly Activity, Maricopa Medical Center, and Chief Resident in Emergency Medicine. He’s published a significant number of peer-reviewed journal articles and abstracts.
Dr. Roosa is married with two daughters and one son. In his free time, he enjoys photography, hiking, skiing, rifle and pistol marksmanship, and mountaineering.