Thompson Valley EMS

THompson Valley EMS HQ
Assistant Chief James Robinson

“I’m a Colorado native who has had the honor of serving in emergency medical services since 1989 in volunteer, private and governmental EMS services. I completed the St. Anthony’s Paramedic Program in 1991 and have been a practicing paramedic in Colorado since. I served for twenty-six years with the Denver Paramedic Division, the last fourteen years as Assistant Chief over operations and special operations. My experience includes multifaceted EMS leadership experience and a wide array of local, state and national committees and boards in EMS, public health, emergency management and emergency preparedness domains. I am committed to the growth and support of EMS and the people in it, and am honored to continue serving the public at TVEMS, an agency I have always held in high esteem, with people committed to the mission of caring for others in their times of need.” 

Assistant Chief James Robinson

“I’m a Colorado native who has had the honor of serving in emergency medical services since 1989 in volunteer, private and governmental EMS services. I completed the St. Anthony’s Paramedic Program in 1991 and have been a practicing paramedic in Colorado since. I served for twenty-six years with the Denver Paramedic Division, the last fourteen years as Assistant Chief over operations and special operations. My experience includes multifaceted EMS leadership experience and a wide array of local, state and national committees and boards in EMS, public health, emergency management and emergency preparedness domains. I am committed to the growth and support of EMS and the people in it, and am honored to continue serving the public at TVEMS, an agency I have always held in high esteem, with people committed to the mission of caring for others in their times of need.”

Chief
Administration Manager Marvi Dolgener

"It is a true honor to say I have been with TVEMS since 1998. Over the past 22+ years, I have worked behind the scenes collaborating with Chief Randy Lesher to create a work environment that has raised the standards in EMS patient care and public service. My primary role is to coordinate the critical workflow within the organization. Each department has a significant role. We recognize and value each and every person who collectively contributes to our success. With continued education along with the quality control measures we have put into place, we have established a solid foundation between administrative staff and the front line crews. With this key structure component, we are able to provide the highest level of effective and efficient care for our patients. Our hand selected staff has grown from approximately 25, to currently over 80 employees. The entire TVEMS team is dedicated to the vision of exceptional and compassionate service, which creates a true sense of unity. TVEMS is an organization that is comprised of a group of people who have a genuine desire to support each other, while taking care of the wonderful people in our community. When asked why I have chosen to make TVEMS my home for all of these years, the answer is simple... It is the people. We are family."

Administration Manager Marvi Dolgener

"It is a true honor to say I have been with TVEMS since 1998. Over the past 22+ years, I have worked behind the scenes collaborating with Chief Randy Lesher to create a work environment that has raised the standards in EMS patient care and public service. My primary role is to coordinate the critical workflow within the organization. Each department has a significant role. We recognize and value each and every person who collectively contributes to our success. With continued education along with the quality control measures we have put into place, we have established a solid foundation between administrative staff and the front line crews. With this key structure component, we are able to provide the highest level of effective and efficient care for our patients. Our hand selected staff has grown from approximately 25, to currently over 80 employees. The entire TVEMS team is dedicated to the vision of exceptional and compassionate service, which creates a true sense of unity. TVEMS is an organization that is comprised of a group of people who have a genuine desire to support each other, while taking care of the wonderful people in our community. When asked why I have chosen to make TVEMS my home for all of these years, the answer is simple... It is the people. We are family."

Assistant Chief, Administration
Battalion Chief Steve Forman

"I was born and raised in Plano Texas, a suburb north of Dallas. After graduating high school in 1994, I attended an EMT course through Scott and White Hospital. I then went to Paramedic school through Blinn College while working my way through college. I became a Texas Certified Paramedic in 1995, and went on to work at several 911 EMS agencies, including rural county services and inner-city Houston. After graduating from Texas A&M University in 1999, with a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Science and Community Health. I became a licensed paramedic and moved back to Dallas where I worked for Rockwall County EMS until I relocated to Denver. I joined TVEMS is August of 2002. Once I completed the field training process, I was promoted to the Training Lieutenant in March of 2003. I became the Operations Lieutenant over Shift C in 2004. I was an active member of the TVEMS Special Operations team. In 2009 I was promoted to the B Shift Captain, and later promoted to my current position of Battalion Chief. Since 2004 I have been a participant of, and currently the Team Leader of TVEMS Tactical EMS. The TVEMS “TEMS” team was one of the first EMS agencies to provide paramedic medical support for area SWAT team operations. I take great pride in working alongside my TVEMS colleagues to provide the best medical care in Northern Colorado."

Assistant Chief, Operations
Battalion Chief Steve Forman

"I was born and raised in Plano Texas, a suburb north of Dallas. After graduating high school in 1994, I attended an EMT course through Scott and White Hospital. I then went to Paramedic school through Blinn College while working my way through college. I became a Texas Certified Paramedic in 1995, and went on to work at several 911 EMS agencies, including rural county services and inner-city Houston. After graduating from Texas A&M University in 1999, with a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Science and Community Health. I became a licensed paramedic and moved back to Dallas where I worked for Rockwall County EMS until I relocated to Denver. I joined TVEMS is August of 2002. Once I completed the field training process, I was promoted to the Training Lieutenant in March of 2003. I became the Operations Lieutenant over Shift C in 2004. I was an active member of the TVEMS Special Operations team. In 2009 I was promoted to the B Shift Captain, and later promoted to my current position of Battalion Chief. Since 2004 I have been a participant of, and currently the Team Leader of TVEMS Tactical EMS. The TVEMS “TEMS” team was one of the first EMS agencies to provide paramedic medical support for area SWAT team operations. I take great pride in working alongside my TVEMS colleagues to provide the best medical care in Northern Colorado."

physician Advisor

Jasjot Johar, MD
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