University of Michigan Survival Flight

Past Chair

Denise Landis, RN, BSN, MS, CNML, CMTE, EMT-P, is the Manager of the Critical Care Transport System at the University of Michigan Hospital Health Systems, Survival Flight and SWAT programs, in Ann Arbor, MI. Denise’s background includes emergency/flight nursing and over 30 years in leadership roles. Denise has been the Past-President of AAMS, the MI Chapter of MAAS as well as the Association of Air Medical Providers (MAAP) of MI. Denise was also an original Regent of the Medical Transport Leadership Institute (MTLI) and chair for 17 years. Currently Denise is the Chair of ACCT (Association of Critical Care Transport), is the Treasurer of (MAAP) and current Past-President of MAAS.

Board Term Expires 2019