Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Dr. Wolfe’s specialty areas include designing integrated emergency departments, ED workflow management, ED leadership, and the relationship between emergency medicine specialty training with ED quality of care and operational efficiency. He has been the Chief of Emergency Medicine at BIDMC since 1999. Dr. Wolfe trained for three years in emergency medicine at Denver General Hospital. Following residency, he became Associate Residency Director and, subsequently, Residency Director for Emergency Medicine at Denver General Hospital. In 1994, he became the Residency Director for the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency for Brigham and Women’s Hospital / Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Wolfe has been consulting internationally for over 15 years.
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- Jesus, J.E., et al., Necrotizing Fasciitis in the Setting of Marine Injury. J Emerg Med.
- O’Connell, F., et al., A 50-year-old woman presenting after a motor vehicle collision. Intern Emerg Med. 5(3): p. 245-9.
- Shapiro, N.I., et al., The feasibility and accuracy of point-of-care lactate measurement in emergency department patients with suspected infection. J Emerg Med. 39(1): p. 89-94.
- Volz, K.A., et al., Eliminating amylase testing from the evaluation of pancreatitis in the emergency department. West J Emerg Med. 11(4): p. 344-7.
- M.D., 1984, Faculte’ de Me’decine Necker-Enfants Malades, France