James “Jamie” Chebra has been involved in EMS for more than 20 years. He is the CEO/Chief Executive Officer for Harris County ESD 11 Mobile Healthcare. Prior to that he served as the Executive Director Jersey City Medical Center EMS, a dynamic resource deployed service providing Advanced, Basic and Specialty Care transfer services to the City of Jersey City and the surrounding communities. Prior to Jersey City, Jamie had the opportunity to lead JFK EMS in Edison New Jersey from a small fly car services to a full service EMS system providing advanced Life, Basic Life support, Interfacility transfers, integrated community paramedics to include nurse call line, ACO integration, Lyft integration into mobile healthcare. Jamie earned his Master of Emergency Health Science Degree from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and holds a graduate certificate in Emergency Management. He is actively working on his Doctor of Healthcare Administration and is a Fellow of the Advisory Board Company and a Certified Emergency Manager CEM. Jamie serves as a board member for the National EMS Management Association (NEMSMA)
Dr. Sarah Frances McClure
Dr. Sarah Frances McClure, DO, FAWM, Paramedic-NR has joined ESD 11 as our Medical Director! She is an EMS physician with experience working with EMS systems in wildland fire, industrial EMS, and other specialty EMS systems to help bring prehospital medicine closer to the scene of illness or injury. Dr. McClure embraces her role as an EMS physician and is committed to building a system that identifies and bridges gaps in community health resources and provides excellent out-of-hospital health care to the whole community.
Jordan Anderson has been in EMS for 20 years. He started as an EMT-B working part-time on an ambulance and special events while at Texas A&M. Jordan graduated in 2005 with a Bachelor’s degree is Business Administration. After graduation, Jordan became a full-time Paramedic for St. Joseph EMS working transfers and covering Burleson County 911, and Grimes County 911. Moving to Montgomery County, Jordan spent the next 13 years of his career at Montgomery County Hospital District working as a paramedic, Logistics Manager, and the last eight years as Assistant Chief – Clinical. Moving to the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Jordan worked as CEO of Sterling EMS. During his time with Sterling, Jordan saw the call volume double by expanding the agency from the Dallas-Forth Worth market to include the San Antonio market. Jordan has completed the Critical Care Emergency Medical Transport Program provided by the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (CCEMTP) and is board certified through the International Board of Specialty Certification as a Critical Care Paramedic (CCP-C). Additionally, Jordan is a Fellow of the American College of Paramedic Executives (FACPE).
Tony comes directly from the East Texas Food Bank where he has served since July 2021 after many years in the healthcare industry. He was with PatientCare EMS, a multistate EMS provider, as corporate controller from 2018 through 2021. Prior to that he spent many years as a division chief financial officer for the East Texas Medical Center Regional Healthcare System managing their EMS operations in Texas and around the country. He also has past experience in banking and public accounting. Tony is active in his community. He and his family have attended Green Acres Baptist Church, where he recently served as chair of the Finance Committee. He currently serves on the Tyler Junior College Business Program Advisory Committee and is a past board member of the Texas EMS Alliance, the East Texas Symphony Orchestra Association, and the Tyler ISD Title 1 Advisory Committee. He was a member of Leadership Tyler Class 23. Tony holds a Bachelors in Business Administration in Accounting from Baylor University and is licensed in Texas as a Certified Public Accountant.
Kevin Nutt grew up in Spring, TX where he started his EMS journey over 24 years ago. Kevin served the Spring and surrounding areas volunteering as an EMT gaining valuable experience in 9-1-1 EMS operations and care. After obtaining his AEMT he worked in private interfacility EMS and continued to volunteer before accepting a full-time position for Montgomery County Hospital District. Kevin spent the next 16 years of his EMS career in service for Montgomery County. Kevin earned his paramedic in 2003 and worked his way from attendant to In-charge paramedic and FTO. He had the privilege of training and mentoring many young EMTs and Paramedics during his time as an FTO- having the privilege of working with an alongside some of them over the last 20-years. In 2008 he was promoted to Field Supervisor and spent 5 years in supervision before being promoted to Assistant EMS Chief- Operations, serving in that role until 2017. Kevin returned to provide clinical care as a paramedic for Cy-Fair Department while pursuing his Bachelors in EMS Administration at Columbia Southern University. In 2021 Kevin was hired for the roll of General Manager for a private EMS agency covering Houston, San Antonio, and Corpus Christi where he helped to open new lines of service for COVID-19 testing, large vaccination sites, and COVID-19 research. Kevin’s passion for 9-1-1 and the opportunity to come back to the area where his EMS career started lead him to the Operations Manager role at ESD11 where he started in 2022.