Dr. Martin-Gill serves as the Chief of the Division of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and is the Program Director of the EMS Fellowship. He was previously the Associate Program Director of the EMS Fellowship for 9 years. He also serves as the Associate Medical Director for both the STAT MedEvac critical care transport service and UPMC Prehospital Care. His programmatic and research interests include the integration of EMS and hospital systems for management of acute care conditions, prehospital evidence-based guidelines, and identification of critical illness in the prehospital environment. Dr. Martin-Gill is board certified in Emergency Medicine and the subspecialty of Emergency Medical Services.
Education & Training
- 2010 EMS Fellowship, University of Pittsburgh
- 2010 Masters of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health
- 2008 Residency in Emergency Medicine, University of Pittsburgh Affiliated Residency in Emergency Medicine
- 2005 Medical Doctor, University of Virginia School of Medicine
- 2001 BS, University of Virginia