- Emergency Medical Service
Chief - Frank WilliamsFrank Williams became Chief of Butler County EMS in March 2019. Prior to his role at BCEMS he was the Program Director for LifeSave Transport (formerly LifeTeam). Chief Williams is a native of Butler County, having lived in or around El Dorado for 50 years. Chief Williams started his career in Butler County as an EMT and volunteer Rescue Squad member. He completed his Paramedic certification in 1991 and Bachelors of Science in Nursing in 1995 at Southwestern College in Winfield. Frank has been a licensed Registered Nurse for 26 years with a majority of that time spent as a Flight Nurse/Paramedic.
Frank also serves as a Board Member of the Kansas Emergency Medical Services Association (KEMSA), Kansas Region III EMS Board of Directors, Kansas Hospital Association (KHA) - EMS TAG and the Kansas Association of Counties (KAC).
Deputy Chief - Scott Stueven
Scott began his career with Butler County in October of 1996 and has been in his current role since June of 2014. As Deputy Chief, Scott is responsible for the Operations Division of the department including the direct supervision of the Operations Captains and oversight of the special operations groups.
Scott is one of two SWAT Medics on the department. As part of his tactical EMS background Scott is an instructor and affiliate faculty member for the National Association of EMTs (NAEMT) Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC), Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC), Law Enforcement and First Response Tactical Casualty Care (LEFR-TCC), and Prehospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS).
Medical Director - Dr. Martin Sellberg
Since April 2021, Dr. Sellberg has served as Medical Director for Butler County EMS and Emergency Communications. He is responsible for oversight of the clinical care provided and clinical education for all certified EMS personnel in the Butler County's prehospital system as well as the clinical direction provided by 911 communicators in the emergency communications center.
Dr. Martin Sellberg is a 4th generation rural Kansan and a graduate of Kansas State University as an undergraduate and the University of Kansas School of Medicine as a Doctorate of Medicine. He also completed a subspecialty in Aerospace Medicine. A Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians, he has been in full time practice in emergency medicine for 28 years, serving in a leadership role in both urban trauma centers and rural emergency departments. He has an extensive background in pre-hospital care and has served as medical advisor for other city and county fire departments, SWAT teams, EMS ground services and air transport.
Dr. Sellberg’s appointments and accomplishments include 26 years as flight surgeon in the Air National Guard, including 8 years as State Air Surgeon ranked Colonel (retired); past Chair of the Section of Air Medical Transport, American College of Emergency Physicians; two terms on the Board of Directors of the Air Medical Physician Association; voted both as one of Wichita’s Top Docs and Wichita’s Healthcare Heroes; KS Emergency Medical Technician Association’s Outstanding Medical Director of the Year, Entrepreneur of the Year in 2009; University of Kansas School of Medicine Faculty; and currently appointed by the governor to the Kansas Board of Emergency Medical Services.