Ian Greenwald

Clinical and Healthcare Advisor

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Selected Experience

• CHAIRMAN OF DIAGNOSTIC AND EMERGENCY SERVICES, ED MEDICAL DIRECTOR, DANVILLE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER (PHOENIX PHYSICIANS LLC), DANVILLE, VA
2012 TO PRESENT

Oversee the clinical operations of a 40,000 annual visit Emergency Department. Responsibilities include hiring of physicians and midlevel providers, process improvement, quality assurance and quality improvement. Serve on the hospital's Medical Executive and Peer Review Committees.

• CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER, DUKE PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE CENTER
DUKE UNIVERSITY HEALTH SYSTEM, DURHAM, NC
2009 TO 2012

Responsibilities include all enterprise level emergency preparedness and readiness initiatives for a world-renowned health system with 1500+ inpatient acute care beds, multi-hospital network including a level one adult and pediatric trauma center, regional outpatient network of clinics and 30,000+ employees. Additional duties include oversight of medical preparedness initiatives for Duke University's global educational campus and medical advisor to their crisis management team.

• ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY
DUKE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER, DURHAM, NC
2009 TO PRESENT

Clinical faculty member in the Duke University Hospital Emergency Department (90,000 patients per year and level one trauma center). Responsibilities include all aspects of direct patient care in the Emergency Department and management of resident physicians and medical students. Co-director of Duke Global Health fellowship in prehospital and disaster medicine. Medical Di- rector of 'Duke Medical Task Force - 1' an International Medical-Surgical Response Team that responds to global disasters and complex humanitarian emergencies.

Education

University of Vermont College of Medicine — Doctor of Medicine with Institutional Honors/ Alpha Omega Alpha, 1999
State University of New York at Binghamton — Bachelor of Arts, 1994

Professional Training

Emergency Medical Services/Disaster Medicine Fellowship - Fire Department of New York, 2002 to 2003
Emergency Medicine Residency - University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, 1999 to 2002