Bradley Stewart CEO
Bradley J. Stewart is a highly accomplished professional with over three decades of experience in military medicine, logistics, and private sector work. Throughout his illustrious career, Bradley has displayed a remarkable ability to think creatively, devise innovative solutions, and tackle complex problems head-on.
Bradley’s journey in the field of medicine and logistics began in the United States Navy, where he served with distinction for 23 years. Starting as an EMT, he gained valuable experience in emergency medicine and patient transport. Driven by his passion, he volunteered for the Navy Deep Sea Diving Medical Technician (DMT) program, where he worked as a Fleet Diver, supporting overseas diving operations. Later, stationed with an Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) unit in Italy, he specialized in long-range casualty evacuation platforms and even qualified as a Military Freefall Parachutist. Bradley’s dedication and expertise led him to serve multiple SEAL teams, providing essential medical support, planning and directing medical operations, and conducting CASEVAC missions. As he rose through the ranks to the position of Hospital Corpsman Chief Senior, Bradley’s decision-making abilities were further sharpened during numerous high-risk deployments and missions. Bradley’s areas of expertise lie in combat medicine, trauma care, and trauma training, earning him widespread recognition and respect. He has demonstrated exceptional coordination and management capabilities while overseeing large-scale medical, resource, and logistical operations in extreme and challenging environments.
His exceptional performance and dedication have been acknowledged with numerous prestigious awards, including the Bronze Star with Valor, two Defense Meritorious Service Medals, two Joint Commendation Medals, a Combat Action Ribbon, and two Presidential Citations. These accolades serve as a testament to his outstanding contributions and unwavering commitment to excellence throughout his military career.
After retiring from the United States Navy, Bradley continued to make a significant impact by focusing on the design, construction, delivery, and training of personnel in CASEVAC platforms and Mobile Hospitals. He played a pivotal role in implementing and operating over twenty mobile hospitals for the Department of State and the Department of Defense, ensuring critical healthcare support in austere and hostile locations. Bradley’s expertise proved instrumental in the successful functioning of these medical facilities, including his selfless deployment to support the build-out of Ebola Treatment Units during the 2014 outbreak in Liberia. Additionally, he has contributed to humanitarian missions for organizations like the United Nations, USAID, and DFID, where he designed shipping containers to upgrade medical clinics in refugee camps across Africa, providing advanced medicine at a lower cost.
Throughout his career, Bradley has consistently delivered outstanding results, earning a stellar reputation as a true leader in his field. His exceptional knowledge, remarkable achievements, and expertise in mobile hospital operations have solidified his position as an industry leader.
Bradley J. Stewart embodies excellence, dedication, and innovation in his field. His contributions have left a lasting impact on military medicine, logistics, and the provision of vital healthcare services. With an unwavering commitment and an ability to surpass expectations, Bradley continues to make a difference, ensuring that healthcare reaches those who need it most.
Timothy Coakley CSO
Timothy A. Coakley MD FAAEM, Chief Science Officer
Dr. Coakley is a distinguished board-certified Emergency Medicine Physician, currently licensed in multiple states including the Commonwealth of Virginia, New Mexico, and Alabama. He has over 26 years of clinical experience in emergency medicine. He served for 30 years in the US Navy with combat experience and multiple overseas deployments on land and sea. With a subspecialty in Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine, he brings extensive expertise in explosive ordinance trauma management and holds certifications in ACLS, ATLS, NALS, and PALS.
Internationally recognized for his exceptional contributions, Dr. Coakley’s work encompasses military endeavors, lectures, research, and published papers in various areas. He has made significant advancements in trauma care, tactical medicine, traumatic brain injury (TBI), ballistics and penetrating wounds, burn management, hemorrhage control, and mitigation strategies.
Dr. Coakley has collaborated with prestigious institutions such as the Office of Naval Research, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Army Research Laboratory, Institute of Surgical Research, and others. He assisted in the development of improved extremity armor garments. He has also partnered with several other companies, aiding in the enhancement of existing technologies and developing new innovative emergency medical technology.
As an Associate Professor in Emergency Medicine at both Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine and Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Coakley imparts his vast knowledge and expertise to the next generation of medical professionals. He is a much sought after international lecturer in mass casualty incident response, terrorist bombing injury management, and prolonged casualty care.
His exceptional achievements have earned him notable recognition within the medical community. Dr. Coakley was inducted into the Leading Physicians of the World in Emergency Medicine in May 2016 and recognized as one of the “Top Doctors” in the United States in 2022.
Throughout his esteemed career, Dr. Coakley has received numerous accolades for his outstanding performance, including the Navy and Marine Corps Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (awarded four times), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Navy Meritorious Unit Citation (awarded three times), and the Presidential Unit Citation for his service in Operation Iraqi Freedom. He retired in 2011 as a Commander in the Medical Corps of the United States Navy, leaving a lasting impact on the field of tactical and military medicine.
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