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Meet the Staff

By assembling a team of physicians, nurses, and other health professionals at Chapman Medical Center we can provide you with the latest bloodless treatment techniques for a wide range of elective and emergency procedures. Our team is committed to supporting your wishes for bloodless medical and surgical care.

Because of an increasing demand for health-care without blood transfusions, our Bloodless Medicine and Surgery Program (BMSP) offers a team of physicians, nurses, and support staff who have an understanding of non-blood patient care as well as a medical director to oversee the program. 

Our BMSP Coordinators are accessible 24-hours a day to serve as a liaison between the hospital staff, physicians, family, and religious advisors. The coordinators also aid patients in completing their advance health care directives.

Jason Shane

Director

Bloodless Medicine Program

Chapman Medical Center

 

Jason is the Director of the Bloodless Medicine and Surgery Program. He has been actively involved in the medical and legal aspects of bloodless medicine since 1990.

 

Prior to his joining our hospital team, Jason was a member of the Hospital Liaison Committee (HLC) for seven years. HLC duties included numerous Grand Rounds and other presentations at hospitals all over Southern California.

 

 

In addition, Jason brings with him over 30 years of business experience, the last 15 years of which were in management.

 

Jason works closely with the community by providing educational seminars. These seminars include detailed explanations of blood and blood products, Advanced Health Care Directives and insurance matters.

 

Jason has also developed numerous training programs for physicians, nurses and other hospital staff, providing them with more insight into the special needs of those who request bloodless health care.

Program Coordinator

 

Iris Campbell

Coordinator

 

Iris has a Bachelor's Degree in Clinical Physchology from Pepperdine University. Previously a counselor working in Case Management, she was instrumental in helping clients deal with problems and directing them towards solutions. She is very happy to be using her training and experience to aid those who desire Bloodless Medicine.

 

Iris and husband Darak live in South Orange County. Iris’ faith, friends and family are of greatest importance in her life.

 

Her Bloodless Program activities include daily patient rounds, patient census updates, program coordination for patients and staff, and community education.

 

She is very happy to be part of the Chapman team supporting Bloodless medicine.

 



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