Casi Myers serves as the Director of Clinical Simulations, with more than 17 years of experience in the medical field. Casi graduated from Boise State University with a B.S. in Respiratory Therapy. She has certifications as a Team STEPPS Master Trainer, Neonatal-Pediatric Transport Specialty, Certified Medical Transport Executive, and many years of experience in simulation.
Casi began her professional career in Children’s Hospital Specialty Care, primarily working as a bedside Respiratory Therapist in the Pediatric ICU and Neonatal ICU, then began transporting critical infants for a Neonatal Transport Team. She then was offered the opportunity to start the first Maternal/Child Transport Team in the State of Idaho that serves critical neonatal, pediatric and high-risk obstetric patients. Casi served as their supervisor for several years before becoming the Sr. Manager of Clinical Practice for Air St. Luke’s Medical Transport Program, developing a comprehensive Quality Management Program and was responsible for the initial and annual educational curriculum for all flight and ground transport staff, which included didactic education as well as simulation experiences. With this position she was able to collaborate her internal simulation program with Idaho Simulation Network and provide critically needed simulations to critical access hospitals and EMS agencies across the state of Idaho.
Casi is an Idaho native that enjoys spending time with her two girls and her dog, running, and spending time in Idaho’s great outdoors, especially hiking and backpacking.