If you're coming to our WellSpan York Hospital US course on May 27, and are going to be getting CME, then this is for you!  Otherwise, still good information.  

If you're coming to our WellSpan York Hospital US course on May 27, and are going to be getting CME, then this is for you!  Otherwise, still good information.  

US 101

Tom Kehrl, MD, RDMS, FACEP

In this introduction to point of care ultrasound, Tom Kehrl, MD, RDMS runs you through the basics you need to get scanning, including probe selection, knobology, and US physics.

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The FAST

Jeremy Hutchins, DO

In this lecture, Dr. Hutchins discusses the Focused Assessment with Sonography in Trauma, or FAST, exam.

AAA: A Major League Problem

Guy Youngblood, MD

In this lecture, Guy Youngblood, MD discusses the indications and technique of point of care evaluation of the abdominal aorta, as well as evaluating aortic pathology.

US Guided Vascular Access

Brent Becker, MD, RDMS, FACEP

In this lecture, Brent Becker, MD, RDMS, discusses ultrasound guided vascular access, including central and peripheral venous access.

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Echo Basics

Bob Stuntz, MD, RDMS, FAAEM, FACEP

In this lecture, Bob Stuntz, MD, RDMS discusses the basics of point of care echocardiography.  Here you'll learn the how, why, and when of echo, including a discussion of evaluating for tamponade, ejection fraction, and acute right heart strain.

1st Trimester Ultrasound

Tom Kehrl, MD, RDMS, FACEP

In this lecture, Dr. Kehrl discusses the indications and technique to perform 1st trimester OB US. You'll learn normal, abnormal, and get a lit update on the latest and greatest in POC OB US.   

Thoracic Ultrasound

Matt Stephens, MD

In this lecture, Matt Stephens, MD discusses the use of US in the evaluation of thoracic complaints.  Amongst other topics, you will hear about pneumonia, pleural effusion, and what B lines mean.  

IVC Ultrasound

Tom Kehrl, MD, RDMS, FACEP

In this lecture, Tom Kehrl, MD, RDMS discusses the how, when, where, and why of IVC ultrasound, including the controversy surrounding its use in fluid management.

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Putting It All Together: The RUSH Exam

Dan Kaminstein, MD, FACEP, DTM&H

In this lecture, Dr. Kaminstein discusses how we put our course together where the rubber meets the road - caring for the critically ill patient.  Check out the pump, the tank, and the pipes.  

Ultrasound Course Faculty: Lectures

Brent Becker, MD, RDMS, FACEP

Dr. Becker is the Associate Research Director and Director of Emergency Ultrasound Research at WellSpan York Hospital in York, PA, where he completed his residency and served as chief resident.  He completed his emergency ultrasound fellowship at UC Irvine with Dr. Christian Fox.   He has lectured and taught ultrasound skills regionally and nationally, most recently at ACEP in 2015.  

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Jeremy Hutchins, DO

Dr. Hutchins is a graduate of the emergency ultrasound fellowship at WellSpan York Hospital in York, PA, where he also completed his residency and served as chief resident.  He is currently the ultrasound director at a community hospital in Yakima, Washington. 

 

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Daniel Kaminstein MD, FACEP, DTM&H

Dr. Kaminstein is a board certified emergency medicine physician who is a full time faculty member at the Medical College of Georgia, where also serves as the director for Global Health.   He is dual fellowship trained in ultrasound and international medicine. He has lectured nationally and internationally on the use of bedside ultrasound, and has a particular passion for training physicians in the use of bedside ultrasound in the evaluation and treatment of tropical infectious diseases.

Tom Kehrl, MD, RDMS, FACEP

Dr. Kehrl is the Director of the WellSpan York Hospital Section of Emergency Ultrasound and the WellSpan York Hospital Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship.  After residency training in Emergency Medicine at the University of Pittsurgh, he completed an Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship at MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland, OH.

Matt Stephens, MD

Dr. Stephens is a graduate of the Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship at WellSpan York Hospital, where he also trained there as a resident, and served as chief resident.  He is currently the Medical Student Clerkship Director at WellSpan York Hospital where he continues to pursue his interests in medical education and bedside ultrasound.  

Bob Stuntz, MD, RDMS, FAAEM, FACEP

Dr. Stuntz is the Program Director of the EM residency at WellSpan York Hospital in York, PA, where he also trained in emergency medicine and completed an emergency ultrasound fellowship.  Dr. Stuntz was the Director of the Medical Student and Resident Emergency Ultrasound Education Program at WellSpan York Hospital for two years, during which time he developed a medical student EUS rotation as well.  He is the creator and Chief Editor of the EM Res Podcast.

Guy Youngblood, MD

Dr. Youngblood is the Director of the Medical Student and Resident Emergency Ultrasound Education Program at WellSpan York Hospital in York, PA, where he completed his residency training.  Dr. Youngblood has a special interest in medical student education, and the integration of ultrasound education into the medical student curriculum.  

Additional in Person COURSE FACULTY

Mark Gonzales, DO

Dr. Gonzales is a current ultrasound fellow at WellSpan York Hospital in York, PA, where he also completed his residency training and served as chief resident.  His interests include resuscitation, education, and bowel ultrasound research. Upon graduation from his fellowship, he will be the assistant US director at Carolinas Health System. 

Steve Kleinman, DO

Dr. Kleinman is a current ultrasound fellow at WellSpan York Hospital in York, PA. He completed his residency training At York Memorial Hospital in York, PA.  Upon graduation from his fellowship, he will be the assistant US director at WellSpan York Hospital.