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Clinical Associate Professor, University of Washington
Medical school at University of Michigan. Surgical Residency University of Colorado. Army, Vietnam with the rank of major, bronze star for valor removed a live grenade from a soldier, fellowship in surgery in Seattle. In 1974 moved to Bellingham, WA Entered field of emergency medicine. Became the Medical Program Director for the emergency medical services system and has served in that capacity for the last 42 years. He is an attending in the Emergency Department PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center. Additionally, is an Associate Clinical Professor University of Washington. He serves as a member of numerous local, state, national and international organizations on emergency medicine and emergency medical services. Has helped establish the specialty of emergency medicine throughout the world in 2010, he was awarded the American College of Emergency Physicians Award for “Outstanding Contribution to EMS.” Recently was made a fellow of the American Heart Association and received a lifetime achievement award “The Nancy Auer” award from the Washington Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians. He has authored or coauthored over 100 peer reviewed journal articles and book chapter. While these are all important achievements, one that he is most proud of is his dedication to furthering medicine and emergency medical care in Israel. APF had been the vehicle to achieve that goal.