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Staff

Sandy Green, MD, MSMedEd, is the interim medical director of the Geisinger Education and Medical Simulation (GEMS) simulation center. 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.


Mary Harris, MD, is the director for curriculum and faculty development along with being the co-director of the GEMS Standardized Patient Program.


Pamela Humphrey, EMT, is the senior coordinator of clinical skills. Her role is to promote clinical skills activities to support interprofessional and interdisciplinary teamwork, educational accreditation and maintenance of certification, patient safety and quality initiatives. She integrates simulation to effectively train and objectively assess applied knowledge, adequacy of skills and level of competence. She provides support for logistics, recruitment, training and quality of standardized case encounters, and interface of technology, education and healthcare resources and personnel. She reports directly to the manager of education and medical simulation.


John Cromis is the simulation technician of the GEMS Center. His role is to provide technical skills to support the use of simulation in multidisciplinary healthcare settings. He 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. He reports directly to the manager of education and medical simulation.


April Morgan, MEd, is the manager of curriculum and medical simulation. Her role is to create, organize, implement, monitor and evaluate the comprehensive program of clinical skills education and assessment including standardized patients and teams, 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. She promotes clinical skills activities to support interprofessional and interdisciplinary teamwork, educational accreditation, maintenance of certification, patient safety and quality initiatives. She integrates simulation to effectively train and objectively assess applied knowledge, adequacy of skills and level of competence. She provides managerial oversight for logistics, recruitment, training and quality of standardized case encounters, and interface of technology, education and healthcare resources and personnel. She reports directly to the vice president of faculty and curriculum development.



Nicole Woll, PhD, MEd, is the associate dean for faculty and continuing professional development along with being the co-director of the GEMS Standardized Patient Program. She also oversees the GEMS simulation program.