Gregory Gilbert

Emergency medicine doctor

Emergency Department

  • 900 Quarry Road Extension
  • Stanford, CA 94304
  • Phone: 650-723-5111
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Professional Education

Residency: Emory University Hospital (2001) GA

Medical Education: SUNY at Brooklyn School Of Medicine (1998) NY

Board Certification: Emergency Medicine, American Board of Emergency Medicine (2002)

Internship: Emory University Hospital (1999) GA

EM, Emory University, Emergency Medicine (2001)

MD, SUNY HSC-Brooklyn, Medicine (1998)

BS, SUNY Geneseo, Biochemistry (1994)

Honors & Awards

Outstanding Teaching Resident, Emory Medical School (2000)

Resident of the Year Award, Emory University/Pfizer (2001)

Excellence in Clinical Service Award, Stanford Emergency Department (2002)

Save of the Month, Stanford Emergency Department (2002)

Innovations in Emergency Medicine Exhibit (IEME) Award, Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) (2003)

Preclinical Teaching Award, Henry J. Kaiser (2004)

Yearly Bedside Teaching Award, Stanford-Kaiser Emergency Medicine Residency (2004)

Quarterly Bedside Teaching Award, Stanford-Kaiser Emergency Medicine Residency (2005)

STAR Award, Stanford Emergency Department (2007)

Administrative Appointments

EMS Medical Director, San Mateo, 2008

Biodesign Faculty - Assistant Director, Stanford University, 2008

EMRI - Assistant Director, Emergency Management and Research Institute, Andhra Pradesh, India, 2007

EMS/Disaster Fellowship Director, Stanford University/Santa Clara County EMS, 2006

LifeFlight Medical Director, Stanford LifeFlight, 2005

Paramedic Training Medical Director, National University - WestMed Training Facility, 2004

POM Emed Procedures Associate Director, Stanford University, 2003

EM Clerkship Director, Stanford University, 2002

Characteristics of Pediatric Trauma Transfers to a Level I Trauma Center: Implications for Developing a Regionalized Pediatric Trauma System in California
Acosta, C. D., Delgado, M. K., Gisondi, M. A., Raghunathan, A., D'Souza, P. A., & Wang, N. E. (2010). Characteristics of Pediatric Trauma Transfers to a Level I Trauma Center: Implications for Developing a Regionalized Pediatric Trauma System in California. ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 17(12), 1364-1373.

Drive-Through Medicine: A Novel Proposal for Rapid Evaluation of Patients During an Influenza Pandemic
Weiss, E. A., Ngo, J., Gilbert, G. H., & Quinn, J. V. (2010). Drive-Through Medicine: A Novel Proposal for Rapid Evaluation of Patients During an Influenza Pandemic. ANNALS OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 55(3), 268-273.

Evaluating the efficacy of simulators and multimedia for refreshing ACLS skills in India
Delasobera, B. E., Goodwin, T. L., Strehlow, M., Gilbert, G., D'Souza, P., & Mahadevan, S. V. (2010). Evaluating the efficacy of simulators and multimedia for refreshing ACLS skills in India. RESUSCITATION, 81(2), 217-223.

Digital necrosis necessitating amputation after tube gauze dressing application in the ED
Norris, R. L., & Gilbert, G. H. (2006). Digital necrosis necessitating amputation after tube gauze dressing application in the ED. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 24(5), 618-621.

Emergency department orientation utilizing web-based streaming video
Mahadevan, S. V., Gisondi, M. A., Sovndal, S. S., & Gilbert, G. H. (2004). Emergency department orientation utilizing web-based streaming video. ACADEMIC EMERGENCY MEDICINE, 11(8), 848-852.