Emergency Medicine Training Program
At The Brooklyn Hospital Center

Program Philosophy
and Goals
Personalized and
Graded Responsbility
Research and
Faculty Graduates of our Program Current Residents

Salutations! The Emergency Medicine Training Program at The Brooklyn Hospital Center is the first EM residency in Brooklyn. Our training program has been accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education since 1989. Our four year training program has a long tradition of excellence in both clinical and academic medicine. Our graduates have gone on to become leaders in Emergency Medicine. Indeed, many of our graduates have pursued either fellowship training or academic positions throughout the nation.

The training program offers many outstanding opportunities for residents. First and most importantly, the patient population is culturally, ethnically, and socio-economically diverse. Situated in downtown Brooklyn, we are at the epicenter of commuter rails, subways, and the destination of thousands of people daily. Our proximity to Manhattan makes us a major receiving center in the event of a mass casualty. (The Emergency Department attended many victims on Sept. 11, 2001.) Today, the Department of Emergency Medicine continues its disaster preparedness. Dr. Lisandro Irizarry, the Chairman of Emergency Medicine, is an instructor for the Department of Homeland Security's Healthcare Leadership and administraive Decision-Making in Response to WMD Incidents and routinely trains hospital administrators and physicians on disaster preparedness. He is the Chief Medical Officer of the Metro New York Disaster Medical Assistance NY-2 Team.

Our training program incorporates evidence based medicine as a major teaching venue. Dr. Benson Yeh, the Designated Institutional Officer, tutors evidence based medicine at the national level. He is the co-course director for the New York Academy of Medicine's Evidence Based Emergency Medicine Workshop. Participants to this workshop usually are faculty from both Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowships as well as Emergency Medicine training programs.


Applications to the Residency Training Program in Emergency Medicine are accepted only through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) from the NRMP. If interested in applying, you should contact your medical school Dean’s office regarding the appropriate procedure.

All scores and evaluations must be sent through the ERAS system-rarely and only upon our request, will we accept direct correspondence from your medical schools. We do not accept grades and/or evaluations directly from applicants. The decision to accept other material independent of the ERAS system is at the sole discretion of the program director.

Application Timeline

Applications are reviewed in the autumn of each academic year and interview notification is sent via email through the ERAS system. We only accept applicants through the NRMP for our EM1 positions. While the dates vary each year, our program usually adheres to the following timeline:

Sept-JanApplication Review and Issue Interview Requests
FebRank Order List Compiled
MarchNRMP Match

Application Requirements
Application Requirements are:
  • USMLE 1 and 2 scores
  • Medical School Transcript
  • 3 Letters of Recommendation (Academic Emergency Medicine Physicians recommended)
  • Dean's Letter

Further inquiries via email can be made to

You may also reach Ms. Hayes at 718-250-8369.

Correspondence via snail mail should be directed to:
Ms. Yolanda Hayes
The Brooklyn Hospital Center
Dept. Emergency Medicine
121 Dekalb Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Contracts and Benefits

As per the NRMP rules and regulations regarding contract and benefits disclosure, we have made them available at http://www.tbh.org/HealthProfessionals.htm.

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Program Philosophy

The Department of Emergency Medicine of The Brooklyn Hospital Center is not only dedicated to excellence in patient care, but to teaching and research in Emergency Medicine. The practice of Emergency Medicine is guided by tenets expounded by the American College of Emergency Physicians:

  • Quality emergency care is a fundamental individual right and should be available to all who seek it
  • The best interests of the patient are served when emergency physicians practice in a fair and supportive environment.
  • There is a body of knowledge unique to Emergency Medicine that requires continuous refinement and development.
  • Quality Emergency Medicine is best practiced by qualified, credentialed Emergency Physicians.
  • The Emergency Physician has the responsibility to play the lead role in the definition and evaluation of quality care.

Program Goals

Upon completion of their Emergency Medicine training in this program, each resident should be:

  • A physician capable of immediate recognition and evaluation of emergency conditions with an ability to care for and resuscitate all such patients
  • A physician capable of making appropriate dispositions of all patients presenting to the Emergency Department with an acute illness or injury
  • A physician familiar with the management of the emergency medical system for the provision of prehospital emergency care
  • A physician with leadership and administrative skills
  • A physician able to teach and pursue research in Emergency Medicine
  • A physician able to monitor his or her own personal well-being

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Didactic Program

The program has five hours per week of didactic conferences, separate from work rounds and bedside teaching. Residents are excused from clinical responsibilities during all rotations in order to attend conference. Conferences are held every Wednesday from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Features include:

  • Core Curriculum Lectures
  • Practice Based Learning
  • Case Conference
  • Journal Club/Literature Review
  • Morbidity and Mortality Review
  • Quality Assurance
  • Radiology Review
  • EKG Review
  • Textbook Review

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Format of the Program

The Emergency Medicine Residency Training Program has a four-year format, EM-I, II. III, and IV. It is approved and fully accredited by the Residency Review Committee for Emergency Medicine of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.

The program encompasses 48 months of study objectives designed to meet the special requirements for residency training in Emergency Medicine. All rotations are designed in 4-week blocks. Over the course of four years, two thirds of the time is devoted to Emergency Department rotations (adult, pediatric, trauma). There are twelve weeks of elective time. Residents receive 4 weeks of vacation each year.

  • 1 block: Introduction to Emergency Medicine
  • 5½ blocks: Adult Emergency Department
  • 1 block: Obstetrics
  • 1 block: Pediatric Emergency Department
  • 1 block: Orthopedics
  • 1 block: Coronary Care Unit
  • ½ block: Anesthesiology
  • ½ block: Ultrasonography
  • ½ block: Oral Maxillofacial Surgery
  • 1 block: Vacation

  • 7½ blocks: Adult Emergency Department
  • 1 block: Pediatric Emergency Department
  • 1 block: Medical Intensive Care Unit
  • ½ block: Emergency Medical System
  • 1 block: Surgical Intensive Care Unit
  • 1 block: Trauma Service
  • 1 block: Vacation

  • 7 blocks: Adult Emergency Department
  • 1 block: Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
  • 1 block: Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
  • 1 block: Toxicology at N.Y. Poison Control Center
  • 1 block: Trauma Service
  • 1 block: Elective
  • 1 block: Vacation


  • 7½ blocks: Adult Emergency Medicine
  • 1 block: Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  • 1 block: Trauma Service
  • 2 blocks: Electives
  • ½ block: Psychiatry
  • 1 block: Vacation

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A Personalized Program

One of the strengths of the Emergency Medicine Residency Training Program is its ability to provide each resident with personal attention. The ability to see and value each resident as an individual is a quality that the department consciously pursues. Each resident is matched with a Faculty preceptor for one-to-one communication and support on a regular basis. The program’s chief residents function as advocates and advisors. An active Faculty Development Program also enhances the skills that the Faculty are able to provide for the residents.


Graduated Responsibility

A philosophy of graduated education and responsibility is inherent in all aspects of the Emergency Medicine Residency Program at the Brooklyn Hospital Center.

The EM I resident begins, literally, as a student. The residents are given an intense exposure to the basic skills that are the foundation of the practice of Emergency Medicine. The resident is given a clear sense of how each rotation meets the goals of becoming an emergency physician. The resident learns the overall orientation and approach of the emergency physician, grows comfortable in the Emergency Department setting, and begins to manage the acutely ill or injured patient.

The EM II resident begins to acquire the breadth of clinical experiences that are necessary for a successful education. The resident is expected to be able to initiate management of most types of patient problems, and each resident assumes greater responsibility for larger numbers of patients at an individualized speed. Rotations outside the Emergency Department in both the second and third year reflect a variety of increasingly focused and intense experiences which meet specific goals of training.

The EM III resident continues to acquire breadth of experience. With experience comes maturity of skill and judgement. The EM III resident is able to make disposition decisions, assumes leadership in resuscitations, and by the end of the third year, should be able to manage all aspects of care for most patient problems.

The EM IV year allows the resident significant teaching, administrative, and supervisory experience. The resident not only continues to acquire clinical experience, but also has ample opportunity to refine the personal, interactive, administrative, supervisory, organizational, and educational skills that mark the successful emergency physician.

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Residents are exposed to research opportunities throughout their training. In addition to formal core curriculum lectures, journal club and literature reviews allow residents to critically review a wide variety of research methodologies. The Program has a full time Research Director responsible for developing and implementing research projects. During their first year, a resident is expected to begin to focus on a research project. By graduation, each resident should expect to produce at least one paper for submission to a peer-reviewed journal.


Benson Yeh, M.D., FAAEM, Designated Institutional Officer (DIO), Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO), Vice President of Academic Affairs

Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Weill Cornell College of Medicine

Dr. Yeh received his M.D. degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He completed the residency in Emergency Medicine at Beth Israel Medical Center, New York. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Emergency Medicine.

Dr. Yeh is a fellow of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine, a member of SAEM, and CORD. He is a founding member of the SAEM interest group in evidence based emergency medicine. Dr. Yeh was the co-director and tutor at the New York Academy of Medicine's Evidence Based Emergency Medicine Workshop. He has authored several book chapters and journal publications. Dr. Yeh is a journal reviewer for Academic Emergency Medicine and an EBM rater for McMaster Online Rating of Evidence. His interests include evidence based medicine and educational research.

Dr. Yeh is the head of The Brooklyn Hospital Center's GME Committee, and is a member-at-large of TBHC's Professional staff and Medical Board. He also serves on TBHC's Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee. Dr. Yeh is also a member of NYC's Council for Graduate Medical Education and is an advisor for the NYS COGME. Dr. Yeh represents TBHC at the Weill-Medical College Council for Affiliated Dean's meetings.

Kim Guishard, M.D., Department Vice Chairman

Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Weill Cornell College of Medicine

Dr. Guishard received his M.D. degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine. He completed residency in Internal Medicine at the Veterans Hospital in Washington, DC. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Emergency Medicine.

In addition to his duties as Vice Chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine, Dr. Guishard serves on The Brooklyn Hospital Center's Medical Board Performance Improvement Committee. He also serves on the Department of Emergency Medicine's Quality Assurance Committee and New Chart Committee.

Dr. Guishard's research interests include treatment of sickle cell disease, diagnosis of pneumonia, and the relationship between dehydration and pneumonia.

Sylvie Desouza, M.D., FACEP, Department Assistant Vice Chairman

Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Weill Cornell College of Medicine

Dr. de Souza received her M.D. degree from the State University of New York Downstate College of Medicine. She completed residency in Emergency Medicine at The Brooklyn Hospital Center. She is a diplomate of the American Board of Emergency Medicine.

Dr. de Souza is a member and Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. She has been actively involved in pre-hospital care education as the first medical director of TBHC's ambulance service, and serves on numerous Emergency Department's Committees (Quality Assurance, Policy and Procedures, Residency's Education). She also had extensive involvement with all the phases leading to TBHC receiving its "Stroke Center" designation and remains an active member of the hospital Stroke Committee. Her leadership on the Stroke Committee has led TBHC Stroke Center to achieve the prestigious Gold Plus Achievement Award for high-quality stroke care from the American Heart and Stroke Associations. She also led the workgroup responsible for the implement of induced hypothermia post cardiac arrest at TBHC, gaining the hospital its designation as "Therapeutic Hypothermia Center".

Dr. de Souza 's research interests include ethics in resuscitation, induced hypothermia post cardiac arrest and the identification and reporting of domestic violence.

Antonio Mendez, M.D., Associate Residency Director

Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Weill Cornell College of Medicine

Dr. Mendez received his M.D. degree from the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine. He completed the residency in Emergency Medicine at New York University/Bellevue Hospital Center, where he served as Chief Resident. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Emergency Medicine.

Dr. Mendez is a member of ACEP, AAEM, SAEM, CORD, and Student ABA. He serves on The Brooklyn Hospital Center Graduate Medical Education Committee, Program Directors Committee, and TBHC Journal Committee. He also serves on the Emergency Department's Education and New Chart Committees.

Dr. Mendez is currently attending New York Law School pursuing and interest in law and many ways it interfaces with the discipline of Medicine.

His research interests include: the level of empathy among physicians in training over time and across different specialties; optimal education of Emergency Medicine residents and the predictors of resident academic performance; the epidemiology of patients who leave the emergency department prior to medical evaluation; and, correlation of physician pain assessments of patients to validated self-assessment pain scales.

Anton Wray, M.D., FACEP, Interim Residency Program Director, Medical Student Director

Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Weill Cornell College of Medicine

Dr. Wray received his M.D. degree from Hahnemann University School of Medicine. He completed residency in Emergency Medicine at the Brooklyn Hospital Center. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Emergency Medicine.

Dr. Wray is a member and Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. He is an Advanced Cardiac Life Support instructor and an Advanced Trauma Life Support instructor. Dr. Wray serves on the Brooklyn Hospital Center's Committee on Graduate Medical Education Comittee. He is the Clerkship Director for Emergency Medicine and Preceptor for both Midwestern University and Long Island University Physician Assistant Programs. Dr. Wray serves as the Chair of the Code Blue Committee and serves on the department's Interdisciplinary Committee.

Dr. Wray's research interests include asthma and cardiac resuscitation management.

Mark Leber, M.D., FACEP, FACP, RDMS, MPA, Director of Ultrasonography

Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Weill Cornell College of Medicine

Dr. Mark Leber has worked in emergency medicine for over 27 years of which 16 years was spent at The Brooklyn Hospital Center. He has taught numerous attendings, residents, and medical students during his career.Dr. Leber has authored or contributed to 20+ articles, abstracts and book chapters.

During his career at The Brooklyn Hospital Center, he has held numerous positions including Chairman of the Disaster Committee, Chairman of the IRB and Assistant Research Director. He has taught evidence based medicine to other departments. He is an ATLS instructor.

Dr. Leber's current interests are in emergency ultrasound and research design and statistics.

Marisa Oishi, M.D.

Dr. Oishi received her medical degree from the Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine, and her Masters of Public Health from the University of California at Berkeley. She completed her residency at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, where she specialized in cardiovascular emergencies.

Dr. Oishi is a member of ACEP and serves on the Academic Affairs Committee. She is completing her second term as a Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors appointee to the AAMC Organization of Resident Representatives, and is a 2011-2012 member of the Group on Women in Medicine and Science Steering Committee as the ORR liaison.

Dr. Oishi also teaches an Intro to Public Health course at the Cankdeska Cikana Community College in North Dakota through a partnership with the Mount Sinai Global Health Center and Columbia University School of Public Health, working with the Spirit Lake Dakota tribe to increase opportunities for their members to become health care providers.

Dr. Oishi is a diplomate of the American Board of Emergency Medicine.

Emily Ross, M.D.

Dr. Ross received her medical degree from Rush Medical College in Chicago, IL. She completed residency in Emergency Medicine at Lincoln Hospital, NY and Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship at Kings County Hospital, NY.

Prior to Emergency Medicine residency, Dr. Ross completed Surgery internship at Rush Medical College. Dr. Ross is a diplomate of the American Board of Emergency Medicine

Megan Kwasniak, M.D.

Dr. Kwasniak received her medical degree from St. Georges University. She completed Emergency Medicine residency training at The Brooklyn Hospital Center and International Medicine Fellowship at Long Island Jewish Hospital. Dr. Kwasniak has done International Medicine work in Nepal and India. She also served as chief resident during her training.

Sheena Punnapuzha, M.D.

Dr. Punnapuzha received her medical degree from SUNY Downstate. She completed Emergency Medicine residency training at The Brooklyn Hospital Center, where she also served as chief resident.

Jeanette Haslett, M.D.

Dr. Haslett received her medical degree from Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine. She completed her residency training at Cook County Hospital.

Anjali Hulbanni, M.D.

Dr. Hulbanni received her medical degree from University of Michigan. She completed Emergency Medicine residency training at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, where she specialized in the International Medicine Track. She is interested in residency education. Dr. Hulbanni was an architect prior to becoming a medical doctor.

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Current Year Residents of Emergency Medicine

EM 4

Left-to-Right: Alex You M.D., Michael Garber M.D., Shannon Prograis M.D., Joshua Imakuyre M.D., Gordon Taylor M.D., Not present: Cameron Scott M.D., Jason Brooks, M.D.

EM 3

Left-to-Right: Shelly Xing M.D., Jason Wilt M.D., Robin Kim M.D., Rebecca England M.D., James Lim M.D., Amaan Siddiqi M.D., Jessica Gershen M.D., Mudassir Khan M.D.

EM 2

Left-to-Right: Shalom Butel D.O., Shlomo Noskow D.O., Tamara Tatunchuk D.O., Usman Mian M.D., Mohammad Paryavi M.D., Michael Shin M.D., Christopher Bjork M.D., Not present: Anel Alexis M.D.

EM 1

Left-to-Right: Michael Blackburn M.D., Pardeep Thandi M.D., Maria Olivos M.D., Christin Barry M.D., Terrin William M.D., Ken Inamasu M.D., David Cheng, M.D., Not present: DeVaugh Peace M.D.

* Some Residents were not present on Photo Day.

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Welcome All! This is a list of the graduates from our Emergency Medicine Training Program. If you are a graduate and wish to update us on your whereabouts, please send an email to .

  • Gina Greco-Angelopoulos, MD - Winhrop, Long Island
  • Michael Bellino, MD - Chicago
  • John Buccellato, MD - TBHC
  • William Kirksey, MD
  • Paul Luparello, MD
  • David Wasserman, MD - New Jersey

  • 1989-1993
  • Karyn Cole, MD - Atlanta, GA
  • Sylvie DeSouza, MD - TBHC
  • Joseph Feldman, MD - Hackensack Medical Center
  • Kevin Hewitt, MD - Hackensack Med. Ctr.
  • Gary Kaplan, MD - Staten Island
  • Pamela Murphy, MD - Westchester

  • 1990-1994
  • Diane Batt, MD
  • Patricia Lawrenc, MD-Florida
  • Daniel Lopez, MD-Westchester
  • Timothy MCNamee, MD-Tampa, FL
  • David Negron, MD-Hackensack Med. Ctr.
  • Toni Wright, MD - Harlem Hospital

  • 1991-1995
  • Phillip Hew, MD -Roosevelt, NYC
  • Mohammed Malik, MD-Maryland
  • Madhu Saxena, MD-Queens
  • Theodore Toerne, MD - Toxicologist at Toxikon fellowship & Faculty at Advocate Christ Medical Center
  • Sal Varano, MD

  • 1992-1996
  • David Cheng, MD
  • Lamberto Paragas, MD-South Carolina
  • Tracey Rico, MD - Maimondes Med. Ctr.
  • Selwyn Waterton, MD-Kings County Hosp.
  • Melissa Weintraub, MD - Westchester
  • Anton Wray, MD -TBHC

  • 1993-1997
  • Sharona Byrant, MD
  • Francis Chuidian, MD - MCY/VCU-Richmond, VA
  • Brian Cohen, MD
  • John Culbertson, MD - Atlanta, GA
  • Collie Oudkerk, MD - Kings County Hosp
  • James Yates, MD - California

  • 1994-1998
  • Glenn Asaeda, MD-NYC Fire Dept.
  • Piergiogio Pisani, MD
  • Kerry Powell, MD
  • Vicki Rogove, MD -LICH. NYC
  • Anthony Yang, MD

  • 1995-1999
  • Dahlia England, MD - NYC
  • Andrew Lawrence, MD
  • Yat Leung, MD
  • Ian Munro, MD-Wisconsin
  • Naveen Reddy, MD-California
  • Julio Vializ, MD-Philadelphia, PA

  • 1996-2000
  • Robert Bayer, MD-Chicago
  • Shaun Chun, MD
  • Barry Diner, MD-Emory, Asst. Research Dir
  • Gabriel Munoz, MD-California
  • Brian Stubitsch, MD
  • Arasi Thangavelu-Veluswamy, MD-Atlanta, GA

  • 1997-2001
  • Michael Ameres, MD-Long Island
  • Steven Guggino, MD-Florida
  • Mark Harris,MD-Pennsylvania
  • Ethan Heit, MD-University of Rochester, NY
  • Paul Henning, MD
  • Raquel Mora, MD-Pediatric Emergency Med, Philadelphia, PA

  • 1998-2002
  • Marc Mendes,MD-Los Angeles, CA
  • Meika Neblett, MD-Mt Sinai, Queens, NY
  • Tuan Nguyen, MD-Pediatric Emergency Medicine, San Diego, California
  • David Solomon, MD-University Arkansas
  • Luis Varela, MD-UMDNJ
  • Scott Whitlow, DO-CDC Toxicology, Atlanta, GA

  • 1999-2003
  • Arun Jagoo, MD-Downstate(SUNY)
  • Rumm Morag, MD-Emory, Atlanta, GA
  • Linette Murdock, MD-California
  • Thinh Nguyen, MD-University of Hawaii
  • Ashraf Salem, MD-Downstate(SUNY)
  • Jason Shevetz, MD-Long Island

  • 2000-2004
  • Juan Villegas, MD - Miami, Florida
  • Michael Linett, DO - Long Island, NY
  • Monira Vakil, DO - Brooklyn Hospital Center
  • Kishani Heendeniya, MD - Florida
  • Joseph Ghebrial, DO - Arizona

  • 2001-2005
  • Manon Kwon, MD - USCF Fresno
  • Roel Farrales, MD - Staten Island University Hospital, NY
  • Arlene McTeer, MD - Brookdale University Medical Center, NY
  • Rajesh Mittal, MD - Disaster Medicine Fellowship, Kings County Hospital Center
  • Dion David, MD - Harlem Hospital, NY
  • Linda Hahn, MD - Newark Beth Israel, NJ
  • Jennifer Traylor, MD - Maimonides Medical Center

  • 2002-2006
  • Joseph Chang, MD - University of Texas Medical School at Galveston
  • Chirag Shah, MD - UMDNJ Robert Wood Johnson
  • Scott Crane, MD - Critical Care Fellowship, University of Pittsburgh
  • Jackqueline Ward-Gaines, MD - University of Colorado
  • Laura Spano, MD - Lutheran Medical Center, NY
  • Lesly Kernisant, MD - Florida

  • 2003-2007
  • Abid Chaudhry, MD - Baptist Hospital, FL
  • Joseph Koza, MD - University of Texas Medical School at Galveston
  • Kevin O'Rourke, MD - St. Louis, MO
  • Michelle Quash, MD - Lutheran Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY
  • Anthony Vassallo, MD - Staten Island University Hospital, NY
  • Mollie Williams, MD - Disaster Fellowship, SUNY Downstate, NY

  • 2004-2008
  • Paul Barbara, MD - EMS Fellowship, NYC FDNY
  • Marlena Cain, MD - Atlanta, Georgia
  • Mark Innis, MD - Virginia
  • Geri Williams, MD - Baptist Hospital, FL
  • Nadine Youssef, MD - Tufts Medical Center, Boston, MA

  • 2005-2009
  • Mazin Hallaj, MD - Reston, VA
  • Daniel Moghadam, MD - Santa Barbara, CA
  • Celeo Ramirez, MD - Miami, FL
  • Michael Simonetti, MD - Miami, FL
  • Ibis Yarde, MD - Brooklyn, NY
  • David Zohrabian, MD - Los Angeles, CA

  • 2006-2010
  • Michael Choi, MD -- St Peters Hospital, UMDNJ, NJ
  • Andrew Lee, MD -- Cedars Sinai Hospital, CA
  • David Lehrfeld, MD -- EMS Fellowship, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, NJ
  • Melissa Ordenes, MD -- Memorial Regional Healthcare Systems, FL
  • Thomas Tan, MD -- Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital, TX
  • Lu Yin, MD -- Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital, CA

  • 2007-2011
  • Angela Ellerman, MD -- Weiller/Albert Einstein Hospital, NY
  • Ruqayya Gill, DO -- Kaweah Delta Hospital, CA
  • Julia Lee, MD -- HCA Hospitals, FL
  • Michael Lam, MD -- Weatherby Locums, NY
  • Roland Roberson, MD -- Mission Hospital, NC
  • Stanley Sung, MD -- Hawaii Medical Center, HI
  • Paul Zelensky, MD -- Brookdale Medical Center, NY

  • 2008-2012
  • Holly Charleton, MD -- Franklin Hospital, NY
  • Robert Greenblatt, MD -- Emergency Medicine Associates, NY
  • Mary Jo Johnstone, MD -- Winthrop University Hospital, NY
  • Megan Kwasniak, MD -- International EM Fellowship, Long Island Jewish Hospital, NY
  • Marylin Otero, MD -- Centra State Hospital, NJ
  • Shane Torgerson, MD -- Marshall Hospital, CA

  • 2009-2013
  • Caitlin Dwyer, MD -- New York, NY
  • Joe Mayer, MD -- Baylor, TX
  • Jacqueline Montoya, MD -- Critical Care Fellowship, PA
  • Sheena Punnapuzha, MD -- Brooklyn, NY
  • Justine Reif, MD -- Seattle, WA
  • Kristin Stegeman, MD -- New York, NY
  • Diane Truong, MD -- Hyperbaric Fellowship, PA
  • Amy Yeh, DO -- New York, NY