The Spirometry 360 faculty includes respiratory therapists, respiratory specialists, and generalists with an passion for respiratory care, and improving care. The staff includes technical experts in online training, multimedia and software production, health education, and quality improvement. Our program is based at University of Washington in the Department of Pediatrics in Seattle, WA. We are, however, a distributed organization. Beyond Seattle, team members are located in Burbank, CA; McMinnville, OR, Phoenix, AZ, San Francisco, CA, Wenatchee, WA, and Valhalla, NY.

Faculty

Allen Dozor, MD
Dr. Dozor is a pediatric pulmonologist and a Professor of Pediatrics at New York Medical College in Valhalla, New York. Dr. Dozor has a long-standing interest in supporting general pediatricians in improving their asthma care, with a special interest in the implementation of spirometry and asthma action plans.

Greg Ledgerwood, MD
Dr. Ledgerwood is a board-certified family practice physician who has practiced in rural Eastern Washington for over thirty years. He has been a national lecturer for the American Academy of Family Physicians on a variety of allergy-related subjects and on a number of national advisory boards dealing with chronic respiratory diseases and allergy. Dr. Ledgerwood has also published a number of articles related to respiratory disease in primary care and also written multiple chapters on asthma and allergy for primary care textbooks.

Drew Martenson, RRT
Drew joined the Spirometry 360 team in 2010 as the Chief Over-Reader, providing feedback and one-on-one coaching. He is a member of the faculty for the Spirometry 360 Coach Learning Labs. Drew has been a respiratory therapist for 13 years working in an acute clinical care setting, providing care from the ICU to the pulmonary function lab. He is currently working as the Clinical Educator for Respiratory Care at Glendale Adventist Medical Center in Glendale, California. 

Jim Stout, MD, MPH
Dr. Stout is a Professor of Pediatrics and Adjunct Professor of Health Services at the University of Washington School of Public Health. He leads a group at University of Washington called Interactive medical training resources (iMTR) which focuses on quality improvement through distance training and feedback technologies. He is also a cofounder of the National Initiative for Children’s Healthcare Quality (NICHQ), a non-profit organization headquartered in Boston.

Dr. Stout has a long-standing interest in improving asthma care. He is also a pediatrician at the Odessa Brown Children's Clinic, a satellite of Seattle Children's Hospital, where he directs the Asthma Clinic and provides direction for its QI programs. Through these organizations, he works on a variety of local and national projects with the goal of improving the quality of pediactric healthcare.

George Su, MD
Dr. Su is an Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine in the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the University of California San Francisco School of Medicine. He is the Medical Director of both the Chest Asthma/COPD Clinic at San Francisco General Hospital as well as the San Francisco Community Primary Care Spirometry Program and is Co-Chair of the Lung Cancer Screening Task Force at SFGH/UCSF. Dr. Su has contributed to numerous publications on respiratory health and leads several research projects in the field.