About me: I enjoy long trail runs with my dog, travel, climbing mountains, and cooking. I grew up an hour outside of Philadelphia, but I’ve been away from the northeast for the past ten years. I have a cat named Pumpkin Wilson and plan to rescue all the animals I can. Medical School: Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, EM Interests: International Medicine, Disaster Medicine. Hyperbaric Medicine Jacobi Medical Center has the only walk-in hyperbaric chamber in the tri-state area and is the NYC referral center for the Divers Alert Network; accordingly, residents gain experience in the treatment of decompression sickness and arterial gas emboli. We prepare our residents to work in any environment. Class of 2021 Steven Obrzut - Chief Resident Home town: Germantown MD Undergraduate: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Medical School: Albany Medical College EM Interests: Wilderness Medicine, Tropical Medicine, Public Health About me: I love the outdoors! His interests include: thoracic ultrasound, destroying stethoscopes, and fantasy football. Stereotypical Philadelphia sports fan, often seen stressing out during games. Einstein Emergency Medicine Welcome! About Me: I’m a USAF Flight Doc also trained in medical acupuncture. It is also the location of the Jacobi Medical Center/Wildlife Conservation Society Snakebite Treatment Program. All medicine rotations are completed at Jacobi Hospital. About Me: obsessive dog mom, low-key music snob (though I’ve lost my edge since leaving Seattle), perpetually trying to get back into running, wannabe art and instrument collector, currently reading 14 books on my kindle, lover of drug documentaries and mafia movies, spellchecker-in-chief. About me: My interests include anything involving the outdoors whether it be running, biking, hiking, canoeing, or a lazy day at the beach. I also love checking out local restaurants, craft breweries and traveling. Our Emergency Departments annually see over 300,000 patients. About Me: I always have at least two snacks on me at all times. Montefiore is a recognized leader in stroke services, with a specialized team of stroke specialists who are on call 24/7. About Me: Born and raised in lovely California so of course my biggest fear is the northeastern winter. I love figure skating, traveling, eating, and taking long naps in the middle of the day. Phone: 215-456-6336. About Me: Born and raised in the Steel City. Undergraduate: University of California, Berkely, Medical School: Boston University School of Medicine, EM Interests: Health Policy/Public Health. I enjoy running, traveling with my lovely fiancée, eating at great restaurants, craft breweries, street festivals, jazz, and 90’s R&B. I also travel a lot and am always ready to see and try new things. About Me: Born in Cincinnati, OH, grew up in NJ, and lived in Washington DC for a year before med school. EM Interests: Addiction Medicine, Toxicology. However, I’m looking forward to tolerating winters in Philadelphia because of the amazing foodie and brewery scene. Letters of Recommendation (at least one from Emergency Medicine faculty) Program Information . 5501 Old York Road, Korman B-9. He currently is faculty at the Einstein Emergency Medicine Residency. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Every year, EM residents complete 4-6 weeks of dedicated Pediatric Emergency Medicine rotations. About me: Favorite activities involve rocks, flying discs, and two wheels (with or without a motor). It is a 403-bed tertiary care facility that serves 75,000 patients per year. And puppies ... Medical School: Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Our board-certified physicians' dedication to providing excellent emergency services to the surrounding community is unsurpassed. The program is 40 years old. Residents have the opportunity for significant independence, and are supported by a diverse and dedicated faculty that enjoys taking the role of academic guide. Medical school: Uniformed Services University in Bethesda, MD, EM interests: Wilderness Medicine or potentially Toxicology. Undergrad: Rutgers, The State University of NJ, Med School: Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine – Middletown, EM Interests: Addiction/Pain Management, Toxicology, Medical Education. Medical School: Nova Southeastern University, EM Interests: Education, Research, Trauma. About Me: I truly believe a strong cup of coffee solves most problems. You will also serve as the resuscitation leader for medical and surgical cases. About Me: I originally worked in public health before serving in the US Peace Corps in Cameroon. Or trying to stop our cat from destroying everything we own. Prior to medical school I worked as a geotechnical engineer. Jacobi is one of 11 acute care hospitals in New York City's public hospital system and is the largest public hospital facility in the Bronx. First Year. About me: I enjoy doing anything outdoors and spending time with my fiancé and two Australian Shepherds. Med School: Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine, EM Interests: Social Emergency Medicine, International EM/Global Health. In addition, EM-2 residents are assigned high-acuity patients by the EM-3 resident while at Jacobi ED. About Me:  I love being outside as much as possible, whether it’s running, camping, skiing, or urban adventures. We care for over 110,000 patients a year in our ED, including over 1,100 major trauma patients. About me: I’ve lived in 4 countries and moved 17 times so far. If I’m watching TV, most likely it is something on Bravo. In this capacity, you will evaluate every patient that presents to your side of the ED. Rock climbing, hiking, and skiing are my particularly favorite activities. EM Interests: Palliative Care, Ultrasound, Sports Med. Although they helped save the life of a 46-year-old man pinned beneath a train in Northeast Philadelphia more than a year ago, Einstein emergency physicians Melissa Kohn, MD, and Megan Stobart-Gallagher, DO, are still being recognized for their critical role in the man’s rescue. If I weren’t in medicine I’d probably be running a food truck somewhere. Medical School: Washington University in Saint Louis, EM Interests: Sports Medicine, Wilderness Medicine, Wellness. University Chairman of Emergency Medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Professor of Emergency Medicine Professor of Medicine Professor of Epidemiology and Population Health Education Division Faculty Leadership Michael P. Jones, MD, FACEP, FAAEM Residency Program Director Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine Philadelphia, PA 19141. Author: Alexander Busch, DO, Emergency Medicine Resident PGY1Fellow: Richard Chen, MD, Medical Toxicology Fellow PGY5Faculty: James Krueger, MD, Medical Toxicology / Emergency Medicine Attending The Case: You are a resident working in a level 1 trauma center. Before med school I did a post-bacc program at Drexel and lived in Center City for 2 years, so I’m excited to be back in Philly! About me: Grew up in Philly and South Jersey. I  love to be outside and my hobbies include whitewater rafting, rock climbing, and adventuring. I also love cooking, especially baking bread … Jacobi/Montefiore Emergency Medicine Residency Program Medical Students A four week Emergency Medicine elective is available to allow students to experience the diverse and unique nature of our training program, the fast pace of a busy, ACS Designated Level I Trauma Center and the vast pathology of a tertiary care, university hospital. Dr. Gupta graduated from Stony Brook University School of Medicine and completed his residency at Mount Sinai Beth Israel. Undergraduate: Indiana University  Nevada, Medical School: Touro University Nevada  College of Osteopathic Medicine, EM interests: Critical Care, Wilderness Medicine. My spirit animal is a black bear, my last meal would be southern BBQ, and my biggest fear are jellyfish. Hometown: Spokane, WA. But mainly coffee. After that, I backpacked around North Africa, ran with the bulls in Pamplona, then finally decided on a career in medicine — and my stories became a lot less interesting! Julien Menko, MD Medical School: Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Undergraduate: Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH, Medical School: Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) near Akron, OH, EM Interests: Aerospace medicine, International medicine. Mildly (majorly) obsessed with anything related to food, whether it is cooking, baking, or going out to eat. About Me: Love trying new foods, either at a local restaurant or by cooking them myself, exploring breweries and beer gardens, and getting outside for a hike or some skiing. I also love cooking, especially baking bread, Medical School: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, EM Interests: International Medicine, Critical Care. My husband and I love to travel the world with our 2 and 6 year old comedians who don’t believe our new Philly apartment is NOT a hotel. Med School: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, EM Interests: Trauma, Research, Aerospace Medicine. About Me: When not working in the ED I can be found appreciating food at one of Philadelphia’s many fine restaurants or crafting something fun. Now I spend my free time biking, running marathons, reading fiction, and shooting archery whenever I can. ... running (Just Do It! About Me: When not learning/doing all things emergency medicine I enjoy going for runs, playing goalie (soccer), trying not to lose a digit cooking or with DIY woodworking projects and fixing a true crime addiction with various podcasts/documentaries. About me: Lifelong Pennsylvanian. I’m basically Leonard from Big Bang Theory, but, you know, with sports and outdoors. University Chairman of Emergency Medicine, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Professor of Emergency Medicine Professor of Medicine Professor of Epidemiology and Population Health Education Division Faculty Leadership Michael P. Jones, MD, FACEP, FAAEM Residency Program Director Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine Come and join me! During this meeting, literature is analyzed critically using evidence-based medicine principles. Medical School: Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Department of Emergency Medicine. Our emergency medicine residency program provides residents with an exceptional opportunity to train in an urban environment with a vast spectrum of illness and high acuity patients. About Me:  Constantly curious extrovert with a musical theater background who loves to travel, cook, and generally get out! I also love to travel, try do something active every day and enjoy spending time with my boyfriend and family. I am looking forward to exploring the food scene in Philadelphia. Medical School: Oakland University William Beaumont SOM. About Me: Philadelphia born and raised, I love nachos, beer gardens, yoga, traveling, and a good Netflix binge. Home > Emergency Medicine > Professional Training Programs > Residency Program > Resident Life > Current ... Albert Einstein College of Medicine Hometown: New York, NY Hobbies/Interests: Scuba diving, running, all the veg restaurants in the city, wine, LGBT advocacy, travel, and beaches, beaches, beaches. I’m a big fan of live music from opera to jam bands and I am very excited to be training in Philadelphia so close to home. I love philly, my church in center city, playing ball, and some good craft white beers. I enjoy running on the Schuylkill River Trail, exploring the food scene in the city, and traveling. Enjoying AAEM 2017! Was a paramedic; but years of soft tissue/neuronal damage from experiencing Philly’s potholes in the back of an ambulance forced me into med school. About Me: I am a Captain in the United States Air Force training to become a Flight Surgeon. I also enjoy running, board games, cooking, and gardening. In my free time I enjoy traveling, visiting museums, going to outdoor festivals, and learning to cook a new dish. About Me: Prior to medical school I worked in Colorado as a whitewater raft guide, chemist, and in the medical field. But mainly coffee. PA School: Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Boston, EM Interests: Ultrasound, Wilderness medicine. Your experience will include graduated responsibility: Professional Areas of Concentration and Directorships: If you have a particular passion for any niche in Emergency Medicine, we will go out of our way to help you to develop it. Neeraj Gupta, MD Dr. Gupta is the co-director of the Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Division. Check out http://www.campcranium.org! Listen to pretty much all kinds of music and really enjoy listening to new music. Jacobi was the first medical center to create an Emergency Medicine residency in New York City. There Sep volunteered with Doctors for Global Health to coordinate medical and community health worker programs serving a population of 300,000. I’m excited to finally be  doing what I love (and getting health insurance to boot! Being able to go see live music and sporting events are some of my favorite things about city life. Med school: Drexel University College of Medicine, EM interests: Pre-hospital care/EMS, Wilderness Medicine. Patients come to our Emergency Departments with a broad spectrum of ailments and injuries, ranging from cold symptoms to heart attacks, ankle sprains to gunshot wounds, abrasions to severe burns. I am very excited to explore some new terrain. My favorite foods are ketchup and gum. About me: Originally from Central NJ but I now call NH home. About Me: Former EMT, hedgehog owner and reproductive endocrinology technician before going to doctor school. Residents learning to remove rust rings with Dr. Lerman's model! Medical School: Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, EM Interests: critical care, medical spanish, foreign body  removal. EM Interests: Aerospace Medicine and Combat Medicine. You will initiate treatments and assign patients to the junior residents. Our stroke experts cater to patients who are candidates for thrombolysis, the powerful clot-buster medication. Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia is a leading Level I Trauma Center, a Pediatric Receiving hospital, Joint Commission Certified, Platinum Award Comprehensive Stroke Center, and a medical command facility. Jacobi Medical Center is an American College of Surgeons Verified Level I Trauma Center and serves as the region's hyperbaric referral center as well as the only burn unit in the Bronx. I’m in the USAF and I am looking forward to a career as EM Flight Doc! Med School: Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine. I have four brothers. About me: Originally from the south, I have a love of warm weather and southern hospitality. EM Interests: Medical Education, International Medicine. EM Interests: Social justice, International medicine. Love hiking, fishing and the beach. Paul Hazen, Residency Program Coordinator. My hobbies include just about everything outdoors: hiking, camping, and climbing, as well as being a cinephile who always loves a good movie. About me: I’m in the USAF, have an amazing wife with a kiddo on the way and already have two big baby great danes! Jacobi was the first medical center to create an Emergency Medicine residency in New York City. About Me: If I’m not working, you can likely find me rock climbing or playing unnecessarily complicated board games with my wife. ... /Interests: Coffee, puppies, climbing, soccer, snowboarding, trying to surf, reading, traveling and international Emergency Medicine. There are approximately 11,000 pediatric visits a year seen side by side with adult patients. About me:  I love to DO things. A 62 y/o female presents to the ED after a fall. I’m always down for food, drinks, coffee or trying something new. Montefiore-Einstein offers its residents an outstanding educational experience within an innovative medical center and medical school, with services in all subspecialties. He was awarded a Senior Global Health Fellowship to work in Kisoro, Uganda. Ideal job if EM didn’t exist would be to help run a free bike shop-community garden-community center that maybe specializes in water ice. I’m looking forward to coming back and exploring the area! I’ve been rock climbing indoors for a few months and hope to start climbing outdoors soon. EM-2 As a second-year junior resident, the EM-2 residents continue to learn and develop skills within all core areas of Emergency Medicine. Residents gather monthly in an informal setting to discuss recent journal articles that affect the practice of emergency medicine. Undergraduate: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Medical School: St. George’s Hospital Medical School, University of London, EM Interests: Ultrasound, Community Health, International Medicine. Our curriculum is designed to provide residents with the experience and education needed to master the foundation of emergency medicine and to care for critically ill and injured patients. It serves as a major academic affiliate and teaching site of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Live music is the true American pastime. Pediatric Emergency Medicine Every year, EM residents complete 4-6 weeks of dedicated Pediatric Emergency Medicine rotations. Once you graduate, you will be ready to dominate and excel in any situation you encounter. Jacobi/Montefiore Emergency Medicine Residency Program Jack D. Weiler Hospital. On my days off you can find me cooking (aka eating) or aggressively rooting for the Buffalo Bills. About Me: Married with 2 kids. About me:I love trying out new foods and restaurants, cooking, traveling, live music and any kind of street/food festival. CHAM is the pediatric University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Undergraduate: University of New Hampshire, Medical School: University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, EM Interests: EMS, Wilderness Medicine, Education. 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