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Daman Mott, MSN, RN  

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The health care career of Daman Mott, a nursing director with NorthBay Healthcare, spans 20 years. The Vacaville resident has experience in human resources, emergency medical services, disaster preparedness and trauma nursing in a variety of hospital and military field settings. He earned a degree from Indiana State University’s School of Nursing and graduated Cum Laude in Public Administration from Upper Iowa University and a Master’s Degree in Nursing from the University of Phoenix. He directs Emergency and Trauma Services at both NorthBay Medical Center and VacaValley Hospital. Where he most recently successfully created the first and only designated Trauma Center in Solano County. A decorated officer of the Armed Forces; his 15-year military career spanned three wars on four continents. He serves on numerous Boards of Directors and committees.

He is a volunteer for NorthBay Healthcare Foundation and Guild. He is an active member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He and his wife of 20 years, Deanna, who is the Associate Director of Solano Land Trust, chose Vacaville as their hometown when he was honorably discharged in September 2007. When not working, he stays busy chasing after 2 teen daughters, Damanique (17) and Delaney (15). Daman enjoys softball, volleyball, fishing, history, and spending time traveling with his family.

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On A Personal Note

I am originally a “Hoosier” from Indiana. I have loved first aid since I was an Eagle Scout. I started my career as a combat medic in the Army. I have worked my way through the ranks and am committed to life-long learning. I am active in the community and am well-schooled regarding budgets. I love a challenge and the quickest way to set me on a path is to tell me “no” or that, “it can’t be done”. While I am comfortable and capable of working autonomously, I love to build relationships and work as part of a team. I am a servant-leader. I feel as responsible members of the health-care community, the best we can do is utilize our collective minds and experience to make a sound decisions based on the facts which offer the greatest good to the greatest number of people we serve.


Texas Bush Crash with Alicia
Longer interview the night of the accident.
Worst Commercial Bus accident in Texas interview
Trauma Center to Advance to Level II
NorthBay Medical Center director of emergency/trauma services Daman Mott stands in the hospitals current trauma center Friday in Fairfield. NorthBay Medical Center reports they are treating a higher number of patients than expected, and are competing with Kaiser to become the county's only Trauma II designation. (Conner Jay/Daily Republic)
Prepping for Trauma
Now a team of trauma-trained community surgeons, backed by a full field of hospitalists, stand at the ready to deal with everything from broken bones and dog bites to gun shot wounds and industrial accidents. "Many of the advanced services we already provide, from our Chest Pain Center to our Stroke program, make the transition in trauma planning seamless," says Daman Mott, director of Emergency Services and Trauma.
Morgan's Gift
Daman Mott, director of Emergency Department/Trauma Services, poses with the Gallegos family (left to right) Tim, Margot, Austin and Michaela in the trauma bay now dedicated to Morgan’s memory.
Meet the Trauma Team
Overall, Mott has cross-campus fiscal and administrative nursing responsibility for emergency and trauma services for NorthBay Healthcare System. A captain in the U.S. Air Force, Mott served as a certified Emergency Department/Critical Care nurse, Emergency Room manager, Special Procedure nurse for Endo, Cardiac Cath lab, house supervisor and department head at Air Force hospitals around the world from 1990 to 2007.
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Dehydration a Concern for Seniors
Dehydration is a condition caused by the body losing more water than it is taking in. The older a person is, the more dangerous this condition can be. As people age, their thirst sensation decreases. At the same time, medications, illnesses or restricted movement can lead to a loss of fluid in the body.
Mott to Speak at California Hospital Association Event
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