- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Emergency Medicine
American Board of Emergency Medicine
- Emergency Ultrasound
MD, Chicago Medical School
Internship, Internal Medicine
Residency, Emergency Medicine
Dr. Wassermann is a board certified Emergency Medicine physician who has been practicing in New York City since 2004. Dr. Wassermann completed a Residency in Emergency Medicine at Boston Medical Center through Boston University Medical School and followed with an Internship in Internal Medicine at Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn. After residency at Boston Medical Center, he joined the faculty of SUNY Downstate and King’s County Medical Center in Brooklyn before joining the faculty of St Luke’s Roosevelt in 2008. Subsequently, he has been the Director of Medical Student Education for the Emergency Department and is currently the Director of ED Trauma Services. He received the distinguished “Teacher of the year Award” from the residency in 2013. He has been very involved in the integration of TeamSTEPPS and facilitating improved teamwork and communication into the emergency department. He has special interests in the field of medical decision making as well as quality improvement and resuscitation medicine.
Best Oral Presentation-Emergency Department Factors Associated with Acute Mesenteric Ischemia in an Urban Academic Hospital
New England Regional SAEM Conference
Teach of the Year Award
St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center
Senior Resident Teaching Award
Boston Medical Center
Rectal Prolapse. In: in Shah, K and Mason C.: Essential Emergency Procedures. Philadelphia, Lippincott;.
Yeh JS, Gingrich AS, JW, Saul T. Bezoar. Journal of Emergency Medicine 2013 October; 45(4): 615-616.
Wasserman J. Neck Trauma. In: In Shah Ed: Essential Emergency Trauma. New York, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins;.
Wasserman J. Is This Patient Clinically Depressed? Rational Clinical Exam Series. Ann Emerg Med 2009 May; 53(5): 674-676.
Solomon D, Wasserman J. Emergency Ultrasound Training in South Africa. ACEP Section on International Medicine Newsletter 2008; 10(2).
Baker WE, Wasserman J. Unsuspected Vascular Trauma: Blunt Arterial Injuries. In: Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America. WB Saunders;prettyprintp1081-1098.
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