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Dr. Emory M. Petrack

Dr. Emory M. Petrack

22 Line Street
Unit E

Somerville, Massachusetts 02143

Phone(617) 858-6911
Fax (877) 991-7418

Website www.PediatricEmergencyExpert.com
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Actively practicing pediatric emergency medicine, Dr. Petrack also serves as the Medical Director of the Pediatric Emergency Department at Tufts Medical Center/ Floating Hospital for Children in Boston, MA. He is board-certified in pediatric emergency medicine, and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the American College of Emergency Physicians. Dr. Petrack has assisted law firms with review of cases related to a wide range of clinical concerns in pediatric emergency care. He provides honest, specific assessments based on 20 years of experience and current standards of care.

Litigation Support Services

Dr. Petrack assists law firms as an expert consultant with review of cases related to a wide range of clinical concerns in pediatric emergency care. He provides honest, specific feedback and assessments based on 20 years of experience in the field (still actively practicing) and current standards of care, and is comfortable with oral and video depositions. If you seek expert review and testimony related specifically to pediatric emergency care or urgent care, Dr. Petrack looks forward to assisting you with a rapid and thorough review of your case.

Areas of Expertise

Profile

Dr. Petrack has been invited to speak at various regional and national meetings, and has published several articles in the area of pediatric emergency care. Having served as the Medical Director of the Pediatric Emergency Departments at Fairview and Hillcrest Hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio and Chief of Pediatric Emergency at Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital for more than a decade each, Dr. Petrack has worked since 2003 as a consultant with senior hospital and physician leadership in academic and community hospitals to enhance emergency services.

Summary Profile of Dr. Emory Petrack

• Actively practicing pediatric emergency medicine
• Medical Director of the Pediatric Emergency Department at Tufts Medical Center/ Floating Hospital for Children in Boston, MA
• Board certified in Pediatric Emergency Medicine, a sub-board of the American Board of Pediatrics
• Fellow of both the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the American College of Emergency Physicians
• Published articles in the area of pediatric emergency care

Consulting Practice

All States

More Information

About Dr. Emory Petrack, Legal Consultant
CV of Emory Petrack, MD, FAAP, FACEP -Expert Witness
Article on How to Reduce Pediatric Medical Legal Risk in Your ED or Practice
Contact Dr. Petrack, Litigation Support

Licenses

Massachusetts
Ohio
NY (Inactive)


Affiliations

2014 Massachusetts Medical License
2001 Certified Physician Executive, Certifying Commission in Medical Management
1996 Fellow, American College of Emergency Physicians
1992 Pediatric Emergency Medicine Sub-board, American Board of Pediatrics
1992 Ohio Medical License
1989 Diplomate, American Board of Pediatrics
1989-2004 Instructor, Pediatric Advanced Life Support
1986 Provider, Pediatric Advanced Life Support
1985 New York Medical License


Publications

Full CV available on request.


Education

1997-2001 C.P.E. Certifying Commission in Medical Management, Tampa, FL
1997-1999 M.S. Organization Development and Analysis, Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
1984-1987 Residency Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center, Department of Pediatrics, Bronx, NY
1982-1983 M.P.H. Harvard University, School of Public Health, Maternal and Child Health, Boston, MA
1979-82, 1983-84 M.D. State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY
1975-1979 B.A. State University of New York at Binghamton


Articles Published by Dr. Emory M. Petrack

 How to Reduce Pediatric Medical Legal Risk in Your Emergency Department or Practice

When it comes to medical legal liability, we all know the system is broken. Risk in the emergency department, of concern both to practicing physicians and administration, is no exception. Add emergency care for children into the mix, and the level of concern increases even more.

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