Get to know and contact individual physicians working to bring Compress & Shock to their cities.
Dr. Megan Shupp
— Savannah, GA
Dr. Megan Shupp is currently an Emergency Medicine Physician in Savannah, GA. She completed her residency training at Virginia Tech Carilion Clinic in Roanoke, VA where she was involved in numerous CPR/AED educational events along with her colleagues Drs. Michele Dupuis and Jack Perkins. She attended medical school at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and was also a Division-1 softball player at Texas Tech. She is now playing beach volleyball in Savannah and Hilton Head where she would like to see CPR/AED education expand and become part of the fitness culture.
Dr. branson page
— Raleigh, NC
Dr. Branson Page is the Vice President of Clinical Operations for Wake Emergency Physicians in North Carolina. A life long Tar Heel, he graduated medical school and completed his residency in emergency medicine from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is an active member at Crossfit Local, where he hopes to snatch his body weight someday.
Dr. Barry Park
Barrett Park is currently practicing as an Emergency Physician with Essentia Health in Duluth, MN. He attended medical school in both Duluth and Minneapolis, MN at the University of Minnesota, and completed an Emergency Medicine residency at Carilion Clinic in Roanoke, VA. A native of Ely, MN, he returned to the Northland in 2017 to practice in the communities he grew up in. Along with his wife and three boys, he is active in the Hermantown hockey community, and enjoys the many outdoor activities the Duluth area offers, including mountain biking, camping, hiking, snowshoeing and skiing.
Gabriella Simeone, RN
— Charlottesville, VA
A native of Charlottesville, Virginia, Gabriella is a RN in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital. She found CrossFit after years of playing high school and college field hockey and is a member at Roanoke Valley CrossFit. In her free time she enjoys experimenting with new recipes, watching documentaries and spending time with her orange tabby cat, Jack and her fiancé, Ben.
Cinda Seamon, Safety Educator
— Hilton Head, SC
Cinda Seamon is the Fire & Life Safety Educator for Hilton Head Island Fire Rescue. She has been an American Heart Association CPR instructor since 2005. She is also a nationally certified car seat tech and founding member of Car Seats 4 Kids, a non-profit organization that provides car seats for those who cannot afford them. Cinda is a volunteer coordinator for Hopeful Horizons, a child advocacy, domestic violence and rape crisis center, the board chair of Main Street Youth Theatre and works with special needs kids an adults through the Fred Astaire Dance Studio.
Dr. Benjamin Lawner
— Pittsburgh, PA
Dr. Benjamin Lawner is the Medical Director of Prehospital Care Services at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His responsibilities include oversight for a critical care transport program, medical education, and ground based EMS services. He has been involved in emergency medical services since his initial EMT certification in 1994. He has worked as a firefighter/paramedic for Alachua County (Florida) Fire Rescue and was formerly the Deputy Medical Director for the Baltimore City Fire Department. Dr. Lawner completed his residency in emergency medicine and a fellowship in emergency medical services at the University of Maryland Medical System in Baltimore, Maryland.