Multidisciplinary Emergency Critical Care Medicine
About the Stanford Emergency Critical Care Program (ECCP)
Stanford ECCP is a unique approach to caring for critically ill patients in the emergency department.
Care of critically ill patients requires a multidisciplinary team, and a high level of communication and collaboration among physicians, nurses, and administrative leadership.
The Multidisciplinary Emergency Critical Care Group (MECCG) brings together physicians, nurses, and administrative leadership from different disciplines to deliver the highest quality care to critically ill patients.
The MECCG promotes innovative patient care, education, and research at the juncture of emergency medicine and critical care.
The MECCP research group acts as an incubator for clinical, translational, and health services research at the intersection of emergency medicine and critical care.
MECCP EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Includes MD/RN Chairs of three subcommittees and a resident representative
Advisors: Matt Strehlow, MD and Garrett Chan, PhD
Jenny Wilson, MD, MS
Director, Emergency Critical Care Program (ECCP)
EM/MICU/ECCP Attending, EMCCM
Tsuyoshi Mitarai, MD, FACEP
ED/MICU/ECCP Attending, EMIMCCM
Critical Care/Emergency RN
RN, BScN, BSN, MA, CEN
Matt Strehlow, MD, FACEP, FAAEM
Vice-Chair of Strategy, Department of Emergency Medicine
Alfredo Urdaneta, MD
Chair, Education Committee
EM/ECCP Attending, EMCCM
RN, CEN, CPEN, CCRN