The Managing EMS Officer is responsible for managing major components of EMS organizations, serves division or unit heads, or acts as a staff specialist responsible for administrative and clinical functions in EMS organizations. These officers plan, direct, and coordinate the work of subordinate supervising EMS officers, EMTs and paramedics, and non-credentialed personnel. Managing EMS Officers typically respond to major incidents involving mass casualties and multi-agency operations, and operate at those incidents as part of a multi-agency unified command structure.
Captain - A Shift
Captain Glass began his career at Pasquotank Camden EMS in 1994 as a Paramedic. He worked previously as a Paramedic with Wilson County, Corolla Rescue, Currituck County and Academi. He has volunteered with Stony Creek Rescue and Pasquotank County Rescue Squads. He has also been a preceptor and a Field Training Officer during his career with Pasquotank County. He received a Hero Award from Sentara Medical Center in the fall of 2015. In May of 2019 he became an Interim Captain and was Promoted to Captain in October 2019.
In the EMS profession since 2015, Captain Waldrop joined PCEMS on a part time basis in February of 2017 and on a full time basis in June of 2017. Megan is married and she and her husband happily care for two dogs who keep them busy! She is following in the EMS footsteps of her legendary father, Ryland Poyner. In her spare time, Megan enjoys drag racing on the weekends.
Captain - B Shift
Captain - D Shift
Captain - C Shift
Captain Surface has been a proud resident of Eastern North Carolina since the age of 5. A graduate from Northeastern High School, he went on to serve his country in the Army with the 101st Airborne. After spending some time in the Mountains of Asheville, Captain Surface missed the coast and moved back home where he met his lovely wife, Rachael in Greenville in 2005. Together, they have 3 children and a blended family totaling 7 children, with a grandson born in February of 2019. He has previously worked at Sentara Albemarle Medical Center as a Surgical Technologist in labor and delivery and volunteered with Pasquotank Camden EMS as an EMT. He became a Paramedic and joined PCEMS full time in 2013. He was promoted to Captain of C shift in the Spring of 2019.
Captain Cooper has been with the Pasquotank-Camden EMS System since 2009, when he joined the all-volunteer Pasquotank County Rescue Squad as an EMT-Basic. Mark worked his way up to the Paramedic level during his full-time employment with PCEMS. Mark served as a Lieutenant with PCEMS until his promotion to D Shift Captain in 2021
Captain - CPPP
Captain Suber began her public service career at Pasquotank Correctional Institution in 2000. As a Sergeant, she developed the skills to efficiently deal with emergencies. In 2008, she joined the Pasquotank Rescue Squad and became a full-time member of Pasquotank-Camden EMS in 2009 as an AEMT. She rapidly progressed from an EMT-Intermediate (AEMT) to a Paramedic in 2011. Selenamarie managed the PCEMS PR team from 2010 to 2016. She was promoted to Captain in 2019 and she is the driving force behind PCEMS' Community Partnership Paramedicine Program (CPPP). Building this program from the ground up, Selenamarie is making enormous strides in our community when it comes to patient information education, hospital readmission prevention, overdose prevention, post-overdose maintenance and follow-up care.
Mobile Integrated Healtcare