Randy Cupps Graduated from Western State College in Gunnison, Colorado in 1983 with a degree in Physical Education and Exercise Physiology. Randy joined South Denver Cardiology in 1986 when it was South Denver Cardiac Rehabilitation as an Exercise Physiologist conducting a wide variety of Graded Exercise Testing. The American College of Sports Medicine certifies him as a Clinical Exercise Physiologist. In 2005 after almost 20 years of service he resigned from SDCA to pursue a position in sales working for a building materials manufacturing company as an Account Manager. His primary sales focus was large commercial, medical, retail, hospitality and multi-family projects. Some were reaching more than 400 million dollars. In 2012 Randy returned to SDCA as the Physician Relations / Business Development / Marketing Manager. Randy has been an Emergency Medical Technician since 1980 working in the past for Swedish Medical Center Emergency Department and local ambulance service. He is credentialed by FEMA in several ICS & NDMS levels. He currently is a volunteer with Colorado Star a Colorado Volunteer Mobilizer medical reserve unit and Littleton Adventist Hospital HERT (Hospital Emergency Response Team). Randy connects South Denver Cardiology to the community by teaching a Hands-Only CPR class once a month at the Heart Center. He is a volunteer and a trained instructor with the American Red Cross in Active Shooter, Stop the Bleed and Hands-Only CPR.
Randy married his beautiful wife Michelle in 2003, and they share three children and one grandchild. He enjoys riding a tandem bicycle with his wife and loves anything outdoors in the mountains or on a beach. Randy is also a professional photographer and specializes in weddings and portraits.
If you are a physician or a member of the media and need assistance or information, you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. or in an emergency on my cell-303-520-4487