Fast Response is comprised of and employs industry leading experts in the fields of pre-hospital and emergency workers safety, spirometry, respiratory protection and audiology.
Casey Terribilini, D.C., FAFICC Dr. Terribilini is the president of Fast Response On-Site Testing. He is a well-known chiropractor in the San Francisco Bay Area and a nationally recognized leader in the field of the treatment and prevention or work-related injuries.Dr. Terribilini is a graduate of Palmer College West, is on the faculty of several local colleges and has over three decades of pre-hospital and emergency services experience. Dr. Terribilini is a qualified NIOSH Practicum Instructor for respiratory protection.
Christopher Dunn, M.D., FCCP Dr. Dunn is the Medical Director for Fast Response Onsite Testing. His impressive credentials include; Stanford University School of Medicine — Loma Linda University Medical Center, Internal Medicine Residency– Loma Linda University Medical Center, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine — Practiced at Sequoia Hospital 1988 until present– US Air Force Flight Surgeon 2005 to present — American Medical Response Ambulance Company, Medical Director 1996 to present.
Kimmy Cantlen, Office Manager Ms. Cantlen has worked with Dr. Terribilini for many years and manages the day to day operation of Fast Response. Her bubbly, friendly personality combined with her sharp business acumen makes her a pleasure to work with.
Richard Kemp, D.C. – Fast Response Operations Manager Dr. Kemp is a chiropractor in the San Francisco Bay Area and the operations manager at Fast Response On-Site Testing (FROST). He is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic West and has practiced in the Bay Area for more than twenty five years. He has over three decades of pre-hospital and emergency services experience. With a lengthy emergency care background as a paramedic for the City and County of San Francisco, Dr. Kemp is uniquely suited for caring for emergency providers. A father of two, Dr. Kemp enjoys photography, all ocean sports, and long walks with his French bulldog Angus.