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Clinical Skills Program staff

Nicole Woll, PhD, MEd, is associate chief academic officer, Interprofessional Education, and associate dean, Faculty and Continuing Professional Development, along with being the co-director of the GEMS Standardized Patient Program. She also oversees the GEMS Simulation Program.

Sandy Green, MD, MSMedEd, medical director of the GEMS Simulation Program. He is the associate program director for the Internal Medicine Residency, assistant program director for Interventional Cardiology and a staff physician in the Department of Interventional Cardiology. His role is to oversee the programs held within the GEMS Simulation Center.

April Morgan, MEd, is the manager of Interprofessional Education. Her role is to provided leadership in the areas of curriculum development, program revision, assessment, evaluation and scholarly activity over simulation, healthcare communication, faculty development and health professions education.

Samantha Lane, MHS, is the program manager for simulation. Her role is to create, organize, implement, monitor and evaluate the comprehensive program of clinical skills education and assessment including, task trainers and high-fidelity simulations, web-based modules and workshops for medical students, residents, practicing physicians, advanced practitioners and other members of the healthcare team.

John Cromis' role is to provide technical skills to support the use of simulation in multidisciplinary healthcare settings. John is responsible for preparing and maintaining lab equipment and materials related to simulation. He operates patient simulators for the duration of simulations and assists in training faculty in the use of simulation equipment. He collaborates in maintenance and repair of simulation equipment. He troubleshoots immediate issues with simulation equipment and all other equipment used in relation to the simulations.

Mary Jean Parry’s role is to provide administrative and secretarial support for the GEMS team. She performs duties to support the goals and objectives of Geisinger's simulation center in its efforts to provide quality patient/customer care and patient/customer satisfaction.