Leadership & Staff

Who we are ?

G60 Trauma exists to optimize the recovery of people aged 60 years or older who have experienced a traumatic injury.

Surgeon leaders are responsible for leading healthcare to directly impact the quality of care to the G60 trauma patient. Surgeon leadership is essential to the G60 trauma program because surgeons:

Pioneer innovative strategies in surgical care

Lead the paradigm shift from a conventional geriatrician consultation trauma care model to a robust interdisciplinary G60 trauma innovation

Directing the team in the operating room, rounding in the ICU and on the medical/surgical units

Aggressive by training and promptly responsive to trauma patient and family needs

Pursue the goal of restoring and optimizing G60 trauma patients’ health and well-being after injury

Develop and test new interventions to improve outcomes for the G60

Provide team leadership for early operative intervention.

Provide unique leadership in translational research: from bench-side to the bedside or operation room. Collaborates with scientists to gain deeper understanding of mechanisms and etiologies of trauma, injury and other conditions. Apply this basic science knowledge to identify risk factors, develop and test preventive and operation management strategies.

Our G60 program is led by
Our Dedicated Trauma Team

G60 is a specialized trauma care program developed by Dr. Alicia Mangram. She has devoted herself to improving trauma care through advocacy, surgical and critical care research, education and community service since 2010. As a new trauma physician, she quickly realized that traumatic injury in patients 60 or older could occur from a simple fall resulting in a hip fracture. The traditional approach of care for these patients was to admit them to a medicine physician and await medical clearance for pre-existing conditions (diabetes, heart disease, etc.) prior to any surgery. While patients waited for medical clearance other complications developed due to prolonged bedrest or lack of initiation of care protocols to reverse the effects of medications that my increase bleeding or reduce the need for pain medicine.

She is a member to multiple prestigious medical societies including; American Association of Surgical Trauma (AAST), Arizona Trauma Association (ATA), Western Trauma Association (WTA), Southwest Surgical Congress (SWSC) and currently sits on the Board of Directors for the American Red Cross, Phoenix. She has published numerous scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Mangram is most recognized world-wide for her landmark work at CDC: Guidelines for the Prevention of Surgical Site Infection (1999), and recently for her work in geriatric trauma (G60).


As CEO & Founder of the G60 Program, Dr. Mangram has been working on creating a new multidisciplinary care approach for patients 60 years and older.

Alicia Mangram, MD, FACS

Founder & CEO


Dr. Joseph Sucher practices at Acute Care Surgical Specialists and is the Trauma Medical Director at HonorHealth Deer Valley Medical Center.

Joseph Sucher, MD, FACS

Trauma Surgery Staff


Dr. Ali Osman is the trauma medical director at HonorHealth John C. Lincoln Medical Center. He is one of the leaders in performing minimally invasive muscle-sparing thoracotomy (MSMIT) for rib fixation.

Francis Ali Osman, MD

Trauma Surgery Staff


Dr. Shirah is affiliated with many hospitals including John C Lincoln Deer Valley Hospital and John C Lincoln North Mountain Hospital. She is board certified in General Surgery and Critical Care.

Gina Shirah, MD, FACS

Trauma Surgery Staff


Dr. McNeal is a Board Certified General Surgeon who has been practicing in the Phoenix area since 2004.

Mytia McNeal, MD, FACP

Trauma Surgery Staff

Acute Care Nurse Practitioners

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Mary Collins, NP

Nurse Practitioner


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Jennifer Quezada, NP

Nurse Practitioner


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Kimberli Bruce, NP

Nurse Practitioner


Delvin Grewal is a behavioral health counselor and has over 10 years of experience in healthcare.

Delvin Grewal

Chief Operating Officer


Marilyn Byrne has been a Registered Nurse for over 40 years and has a diverse background in various areas of healthcare

Marilyn Byrne

Chief Clinical Officer


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Jody Leaf

Chief Administrative Officer


Dr. Dzandu is actively involved in developing research agendas for our surgery residency program, geriatric trauma, general surgery, robotic surgery, quality improvement efforts and critical care issues.

James K. Dzandu, PhD

Research & Development Director


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Victoria Lynn Stokes

Research and Development Assistant


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Wanda L. Nimer

Director of Outreach and Foundation Relationships