MEET OUR TEAM
John received his post graduate certification in Perfusion Science from Ochsner Hospital School of Allied Health in 1994. Shortly thereafter, he moved to Orlando and joined the PACF team.
An Ohio native, Brian received his degree from Ohio State University Circulation Technology Program in 2010. After graduation, Brian moved to Orlando and joined the PACF team.
Shortly after receiving his master’s degree in Cardiovascular Science, Ammon became a member of the PACF team. He received his education from Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona.
Austin is a graduate of the Ohio State University Circulation Technology Program. He moved to Orlando and joined the PACF team in 2011.
Originally from Puerto Rico, Mariangie was a perfusionist at Shands Hospital in Gainesville, Florida for nine years before joining the PACF team. She received a Cardiovascular Perfusion, BS through Barry University.
Emory is a graduate of the Medical University of South Carolina's Cardiovascular Perfusion Program. After his last clinical rotation at Emory Clinic in Atlanta, Emory joined the PACF team in 2015.
Joining the PACF team in January of 2016, Kiley has been a perfusionist for three years. Prior to her move to Orlando Kiley worked at Emory Clinic in Atlanta. She is a graduate of Medical University of South Carolina.
A graduate of Rush University College of Health Sciences in Chicago, Illinois, Jamie has been in a perfusionist since 2012. Before coming to Orlando in June of 2017, Jamie was the chief perfusionist at Ochsner Clinic.
Josh joined the PACF team in 2017. He obtained his Master’s Degree in Cardiovascular Science from Midwestern University and was board certified in October, 2017.
Hailing from Ohio, Midge began her perfusion career in 1978. Before coming to PACF in 1987, she worked in perfusion for nine years at Good Samaritan Hospital in Dayton, Ohio.
A Missouri native, Evan graduated from Texas Heart Institute School of Perfusion Technology, then joined the PACF team in 2015
As one of our two original founding members, Neal became involved in perfusion in the mid 1970’s. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Cardiopulmonary Science the University of Central Florida.
In 2018, PACF welcomed Shontelle Sierer to our team. A graduate of the Medical University of South Carolina, she earned a M.S. in Cardiovascular Perfusion. Shontelle’s proudest accomplishment is her 22 years of military service. In her personal time, she enjoys golfing, her two dogs, and spending time near the water.
Leah is the newest PACF team member. She received her post-graduate certification in perfusion science from the UTHealth Cardiovascular Perfusion Program in Houston. Originally from Texas, she moved to Orlando and joined PACF in January 2019 after the promise of a Costco membership.
A graduate in Cardiopulmonary Science from the University of Central Florida, John began his perfusion career in the mid 1970’s. He is one of the two founding members of the PACF team. John retired from PACF in April of 2018.
After working in perfusion at Miami's Mount Sinai Hospital, Cam joined PACF in 1982. He is another veteran perfusionist who began his work in the field in the early 1970’s. Cam retired from PACF in July of 2018.
Another former Ohioan, John worked as an autotransfusionist at Cleveland Clinic for three years before joining the PACF team. John is certified by the International Board of Blood Management.
For several years prior to becoming a member of the PACF team, Julio worked part time as an autotransfusionist while working primarily as an anesthesia tech. He joined the PACF team in 2013.
Rudy is the newest autotransfusionist on the PACF team. Prior to moving to Orlando, Rudy worked as an autotransfusionist for multiple hospitals in the Tampa, Florida area.