Welcome to Stanford Emergency Medicine
Dr. Andra Blomkalns Appointed as Chair of Department of Emergency Medicine
Dr. Andra Blomkalns, a leader in medical device innovation and translational medicine, will head Stanford’s emergency medicine department. “I’m thrilled to be coming to Stanford,” said Blomkalns. "Stanford has the unique capacity to become the home of the world’s leading experts in emergency care innovation.”
Welcome Dr. Holly Caretta-Weyer and Dr. Brian Rice
Holly Caretta-Weyer joins the Department of Emergency Medicine as Assistant Residency Program Director. Dr. Caretta-Weyer completed medical school and residency at University of Wisconsin.
Dr. Brian Rice joins the Department of Emergency Medicine as Clinical Assistant Professor and member of the Stanford Emergency Medicine International. Dr. Rice received his MDCM from the McGill University and residency at Los Angeles County + USC. Dr. Rice also completed a Fellowship in Global Health and International EM at Yale University.
Envisioning a Career in Emergency Medicine
High school students from around the country convened at Stanford for a ten-day immersion in emergency medicine. Participants had the chance to learn hands-on clinical skills in trauma, wilderness medicine, triage and more, with the ultimate goal of encouraging students to choose a career in emergency medicine. Learn more >>
Teaching By Virtual Reality
Dr. Henry Curtis and collaborators have created a new virtual reality project that enables emergency doctors to practice how to multitask in a fast-paced, high-risk and disruptive environment.
Dr. Imler Honored by American Academy of Pediatrics
Dr. Dan Imler has receivied the prestigious EBSCO Health/DynaMed Plus Award for Technological Innovations in Pediatric EM, awarded by the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Emergency Medicine, for his work on Curbside, a clinical effectiveness platform for decision support that puts clinicians in control of patient care.
The Art of Search and Rescue
Drs. Gautreau, Mulkerin and Lemieux collaborate with members of FEMA Task Force 3 on communications and teambuilding, while working to extract a 14-year old from a "collapsed" building.
New Physician Wellness Fellowship
The Department of Emergency Medicine has launched a new fellowship focused on physician wellness. One of the first of its kind in the nation, this fellowship program is led by nationally-recognized faculty, preeminent in the field of physician wellness.
Recent Department Milestones
Received the prestigious Lantern Award twice from the Emergency Nurses Association in recognition of innovation.
Partnered with Stanford Stroke Service to pioneer a novel Stroke Code Extended protocol.
Implemented an innovative critical care unit within the emergency department.
Produced more than 40 peer-reviewed publications in the 2017-2018 Academic Year.
Created one of the first fellowships in emergency medicine focused on physician wellness.