Central Ohio’s Leading Emergency Medicine Care Providers
The physicians and advanced practice clinicians of MOES are leading care providers in their field. Many are highly involved in their communities and are longtime healthcare providers with practice privileges at multiple OhioHealth facilities.
Gregory Decker, MD
In addition to providing emergency medical care at Ohio’s leading hospitals, Dr. Decker is the President of Mid Ohio Emergency Services. Dr. Decker is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO. He obtained his doctor of medicine at The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Decker completed his Emergency Medicine residency as chief resident at The Ohio State University. He is board certified in emergency medicine, a fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians; as well as certified in Advanced Trauma Life Support. He was voted Emergency Medicine Teacher of the Year in 2011.
Dr. Decker lives in Dublin, Ohio with his wife and two children.
David Boehmer, DO
Dublin Methodist Hospital
As the Medical Director of Dublin Methodist Hospital, Dr. Boehmer is board certified in emergency medicine and leads the emergency medicine team at Dublin. He completed his undergraduate studies at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio and obtained his doctor of osteopathy at Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Athens, Ohio. Dr. Boehmer then completed his internship at Firelands Community Hospitals in Sandusky, Ohio and his residency, as the chief resident of emergency medicine at OUCOM/Meridia South Pointe Hospital in Warrensville Heights, Ohio.
Dr. Boehmer lives with his wife and two daughters in Dublin, Ohio and in addition to spending time with his family, he enjoys sailing, skiing and running in his leisure time.
Lamont Clay, MD
Pickerington Emergency Care Center
The Pickerington Emergency Care Center is now open and Dr. Clay is leading the MOES team within the free-standing emergency department. After obtaining his bachelor of arts at University of Illinois, Dr. Clay completed a post-baccalaureate study at Xavier University in New Orleans, LA. He then completed medical school at University of Illinois at Peoria College of Medicine and completed both his internship and residency at the Boston Medical Center in Boston MA. Dr. Clay was chief resident and served as the assistant for the simulation lab for three years, of which he also served as director for three years. He is a member of national panel for symposium on simulation, directed medical cme courses in difficult airways, and pediatric resuscitation, as well as developed curricula for residents in four residencies for central line placement.
Dr. Clay was a two-time teacher of the year for Christ Hospital Paramedic Program and is a member of a variety of professional organizations within the industry, as well as has authored more than five published articles and holds honors and distinctions across the emergency medicine spectrum. He is currently active at all major OhioHealth facilities and resides in New Albany, OH.
Jeffrey Coffman, PA-C
Assistant Director, Advance Practice Clinicians
As the assistant director, Jeff works closely with the Director of Advanced Practice Clinicians to oversee the more than 42 mid-level providers on the MOES team. He is a physician assistant, credentialed at Riverside Methodist Hospital, Grant Medical Center, Dublin Methodist Hospital and at Basic Care. He is chair of the Allied Health Advance Practice Provider Credentialing Committee, a member of the Allied Health Practioner Credentialing Committee, the Allied Health Peer Review Committee; as well as a clinical member on a number of collegiate committees. Jeff has Nuclear Medicine Institute Certification from Findlay University, Findlay OH. He completed a bachelor of science at Saint Francis University in Joliet, IL and achieved his master of science at Barry University in Miami Shores, FL.
Jeff has been published in a number of publications and participated in a series of professional research programs. He has held speaking engagements throughout the state of Ohio at symposiums and CME courses. He is a volunteer of the Rotary Club of Westerville, Relay for Life and the Columbus Leukemia Foundation.
Paul Gabriel, MD
Grant Medical Center
Dr. Gabriel is the Director of Emergency Medicine at Grant Medical Center; as well as the Chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Grant. He maintains his board certification in emergency medicine and is active in both the American Academy of Emergency Medicine and the American College of Emergency Physicians. Dr. Gabriel is certified in Advanced Trauma Life Support as an instructor and is a member of a variety of hospital committees. He completed his undergraduate with Distinction at the University of Virginia and his medical at Emory University School of Medicine. Dr. Gabriel then completed his internship at the University of Arizona and his residency at University of Cincinnati.
Dr. Gabriel lives in Powell, Ohio and has been an Assistant Clinical Professor since 1988 at The Ohio State University Department of Emergency Medicine. In addition he is the OhioHealth Emergency Medical Services Medical Director, Washington Township EMS Medical Director.
Thomas Gavin, MD
System Medical Director, FSED Network
Westerville Emergency Care Center
Dr. Gavin is the System Medical Director, FSED Network of the Freestanding Emergency Departments and is board certified in emergency medicine. He completed a post-graduate MBA program through UMass Amherst, and medical school at the Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Gavin completed his residency as chief resident at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. He has served as Medical Director Quality at Grady Memorial Hospital, as well as Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at The Ohio State University.
He currently remains active in EMS in the region. His interests also include working on medical quality and economics of emergency medicine. He lives in Galena, Ohio with his wife and two sons.
Tamera Miglesz, CNP
Director, Advance Practice Clinicians
Tammy’s experience combines a certified nurse practitioner with that of a master of science in nursing, as well an Emergency Department and Critical Care Nurse. As the Director of Advanced Practice Clinicians, she oversees 42 mid-level providers at Grant Medical Center, Riverside Methodist Hospital, Dublin Methodist Hospital and the Westerville Care Center. Tammy is an Ohio Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse, Respiratory Therapist and Diabetes Educator. Tammy’s education includes Otterbein College (family nurse practitioner) the Mt. Carmel College of Nursing (bachelor of science in nursing) and Youngstown State University (associated of applied science in respiratory therapy).
In addition to her role at MOES, Tammy has fulfilled a variety of healthcare roles throughout the greater Columbus community. She lives in Columbus.
Thomas Morse, MD
Assistant Medical Director
Riverside Methodist Hospital
Dr. Morse completed medical school at The Ohio State University College of Medicine and his Transitional Medicine internship at Mount Carmel West, both in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Morse spent three years as a General Medical Officer in the United States Air Force prior to his residency in Emergency Medicine. His residency was at the University of Chicago Medical Center. Following residency, he spent five years as a staff physician in the emergency department at Reid Memorial Hospital in Richmond, IN. He has been with MOES since January 1999.
Dr. Morse is board certified in emergency medicine and is the Assistant Medical Director at Riverside Methodist Hospital and the Program Coordinator of Graduate Medical Education Department of Emergency Medicine. He lives in Westerville, Ohio and is a fellow in the American College of Emergency Physicians.
David Schmidt, MD
Assistant Medical Director
Grant Medical Center
Dr. Schmidt completed his undergraduate studies at Alma College in Alma, Michigan. He graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and he completed his Emergency Medicine residency at the William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan. He has been with Mid-Ohio Emergency Services since he finished his residency in 2002.
As well as being Assistant Medical Director of the Emergency Department at Grant Medical Center, he serves as a member of a variety of Grant’s medical & peer review committees. An avid college sports fan, time away from the Emergency Department involves raising two boys and coaching them in basketball & baseball. He resides with his wife and family in Dublin, Ohio.
Warren Yamarick, MD
Riverside Methodist Hospital
As a long-time Ohio resident, Dr. Yamarick completed undergraduate at Denison University in Granville and medical school at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. He completed an emergency medicine internship and residency at The Ohio State University/Riverside Methodist Hospital and he holds a number of license and board certifications including board certification in emergency medicine, license from the Ohio Department of Public Safety in EMS Instruction and certification as a provider of Advanced Trauma Life Support, among others.
Dr, Yamarick is a member of the American Board of Trustees. He holds clinical a faculty position at The Ohio State University and has authored several articles. He resides in Delaware County, OH where he has been the medical director of the Liberty Township Fire Department for more than 20 years.
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