H&H Medical works with a group of advisors whose expertise in emergency trauma medicine is world class. Our advisors help in defining and developing new solutions, working with customers to improve our products, and providing training and support to our customers.

Our group of advisors incudes:

Morris Beard

Morris Beard serves as an H&H product consultant. He is a Physician Assistant and prior 18D Special Forces Medic. He served in the Army Special Operations community for 15 years. He has extensive knowledge and practice in Tactical Combat Casualty Care and medical education. He previously served as the Chief of Field Craft at the Department of Combat Medical Training (DCMT), Fort Sam Houston, TX. In this position, he lead a staff of 150 instructors responsible for the teaching the fieldcraft portion in the 68W Healthcare Specialists Initial Entry Training.

Timothy Coakley, MD  FAAEM

Timothy A. Coakley MD, retired commander in the Medical Corps, USN, was born in Aurora, Illinois.  He completed his bachelor’s degree in biology at the University of Northern Illinois in 1990. He then attended medical school at the Finch University of Health Sciences/The Chicago Medical School in 1991 after serving in Operation Desert Shield/Storm. He graduated with his commission in June, 1995.  Following an internship in Family Practice, he attended undersea medical officer training in Groton, CT, and then reported to COMEODGRU TWO. He transferred to the Naval Medical Center Portsmouth’s emergency medicine residency, graduating as the Chief Resident and Honor Graduate in 2002.  He stayed on as a staff attending physician in the ER and deployed as the Officer in Charge of Shock Trauma Platoon-1, 2nd FSSG, Camp LeJuene, NC, to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.  He has been deployed several times and involved in multiple projects involving IED blast injuries.

Dr. Coakley has published research in swine modeling of combat hemorrhage and has authored several other publications. He is a recognized subject matter expert for these injuries with multiple US & foreign government agencies. Dr. Coakley is an Undersea Medical Officer specializing in hyperbaric medicine and served as one of the senior hyperbarists in the Navy. He served as the Deputy Force Surgeon to the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command in Norfolk, Virginia, as his final assignment where he had medical oversight of ~47,000 personnel and development of multiple combat medical technologies. His personal awards include the Navy & Marine Corps Meritorious Service Medal, Navy & Marine Corps Commendation Medal (4 awards), Navy Achievement Medal, Humanitarian Service Award, Coast Guard Meritorious Team Award, and the Navy Enlisted Good Conduct Medal. Since his retirement in October of 2011, Dr. Coakley started his own consulting firm, accepted an academic appointment at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in biomedical engineering researching traumatic brain injuries, and is the systems medical director of emergency medicine chairman for the 3 Bon Secours hospitals in Hampton Roads area of Norfolk, VA.