Serving Doctors and Their Patients in Southern Nevada
First Responder: Dept. Chief John Steinbeck
John C. Steinbeck was promoted to Deputy Fire Chief on Feb. 1, 2014. He has been with the Clark County Fire Department since 1990. He moved to Clark County from Southern California in 1980 and has been proud to be a resident ever since.
Currently, Chief Steinbeck serves as the Emergency Manager for Clark County and is in charge of the Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security. In addition, he serves as the chair for the Las Vegas Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) Working Group and Co-Chair of the Nevada Homeland Security Working Group. Following the shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival on October 1st, 2017, Chief Steinbeck served as the incident commander for the Family Assistance Center, coordinated efforts at the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center, and continues to serve as the recovery officer for the incident.
Chief Steinbeck is an active board member of Nevada Child Seekers, which is an organization dedicated to protecting children in Nevada.
Nurse: Cassandra Trummel
Cassandra Trummel is the Trauma Outreach and Injury Prevention Program Coordinator at University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, where she provides education and resources to community members in hopes of decreasing the incidence of trauma. She has been a registered nurse for 10 years, and began her career in Pediatric Emergency Nursing. Cassandra received her Master’s Degree in Nursing Education in December of 2014 and taught in both Associate and Bachelors Degree Nursing programs. In her current role, Cassandra plans and implements programs such as Stop the Bleed, You Drink, You Drive, You Lose and the Shaken Baby Syndrome Discharge Education Hospital Guideline.
Nonprofit: Jewish Family Services Agency
Inspired by the Jewish principle of “Tikun Olam; Repairing the world one life at a time,” Jewish Family Service Agency supports people of all backgrounds providing professional social services to families and individuals in times of need.
JFSA’s programs and services include prevention, intervention, and short term therapy for individuals and families to enhance their quality of life; emergency assistance including food distribution, emergency financial aid; help for the homeless; adoption services; educational assessments and services; and, assistance for seniors.
With the support of our community, JFSA helped over 14,000 people in 2018. Jewish Family Service Agency is a local community organization that is committed to help support, change and improve the lives of all residents of Clark County. All the support we receive stays within our local community.