About Tactical and Law Enforcement Medicine
The Tactical and Law Enforcement Medicine Section provides a forum for emergency physicians with an interest or expertise in tactical medical support to share information with the College and external organizations. Section members identify the unique challenges of how emergency physicians care for and participate with tactical teams in both training and potentially hostile environments.
What is Tactical and Law Enforcement Medicine?
Tactical Medicine, or Tactical and Law Enforcement Medicine, is the medical specialty that involves the services and emergency medical support necessary to preserve the safety, physical and mental health, and overall well-being of military and law enforcement (SWAT) special operations (tactical) personnel and others at the scene of critical incident deployments and training.
Section Officers & Staff
Brian Springer, MD, FACEP
Keegan D Bradley, MD, FAWM, FACEP
E. John Wipfler, III, MD, FACEP
Immediate Past Chair
Dominique Wong, MD
Ameen Jamali, MD, FACEP
David McArdle, MD
James R Waymack, MD, FACEP
2nd Alternative Councillor
Jeremy D Ackerman, MD, FACEP
Jeffrey Goodloe, MD, FACEP
George Solomon, MHS, FP-C, CCP-C, TP-C