Charles County Administrator Michael D. Mallinoff, Esq., ICMA-CM announces the appointment of Kevin G. Seaman, M.D., FACEP as the part-time jurisdictional medical director for the Department of Emergency Services. The jurisdictional medical director is a new position reporting to Director of Emergency Services William Stephens. Seaman began his employment with Charles County Government on June 12.
As jurisdictional medical director, Seaman oversees the quality of patient care provided by the Emergency Medical Services Operational Program (EMSOP), composed of the Charles County Department of Emergency Services and the Charles County Association of Emergency Medical Services. Seaman provides medical expertise, including planning, development, and operations, to EMSOP.
“I am honored to be selected as the Medical Director of the Charles County Department of Emergency Services. The department has implemented many important accomplishments which have improved care for the citizens and residents of Charles County,” Seaman said. “I look forward to joining this great team and contributing to future innovations that benefit patients, EMS providers, and the department.”
Seaman brings to the county medical expertise from a variety of health professions, serving most recently as the medical director for the Maryland Resuscitation Academy in Marriottsville, Maryland. He is currently the chairman of the Maryland Cardiac Arrest Steering Committee and conference developer/moderator of the Maryland Resuscitation Academy. Seaman successfully accomplished sub-specialty board certification in emergency medical services (EMS), one of the first 400 physicians in the U.S. to take part in the newest sub-specialty in medicine. He was awarded a Fellow status in EMS by the National Association of EMS Physicians, based upon special contributions to EMS, in the inaugural group of approximately 200 fellows nationwide. He has also served as a captain and commander in the United State Naval Reserve.
Seaman holds a Bachelor of Science degree and Doctor of Medicine degree from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. He completed his residency at Naval Medical Center San Diego in San Diego, California.