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Board Certified Emergency Medicine Physician and Expert Witness
Dr. Wittenberg provides consultation for chart reviews, and expert witness depositions and testimony.
Areas of Expertise
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California Medical License and DEA (2004-Present)
Board Certified Diplomate: American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM) (2008-Present)
Fellow: American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP)
Member: California Chapter of ACEP (Cal-ACEP)
Awards & Honors
Off-Service Faculty Member of the Year: U.C. Irvine Emergency Medicine Residency (2013)
Hometown Hero Award: American Red Cross. Long Beach, CA (2011)
Golden Apple Teaching Award: U.C. Irvine Family Medicine Residency (2009)
Outstanding Achievement in Emergency Medicine: Temple University School of Medicine (2003)
Publications & Presentations
“EKG Interpretation for Nurses and EMT/Paramedics,” Lecture / workshop presentation. Long Beach Memorial Medical Center, Long Beach, CA, October 2017 & 2018
“From Beach to ED, Care for Patients with Cervical Spine Injuries,” Speaker at “Project Wipeout” 38th Annual Conference, Hoag Hospital Center, Newport Beach, CA, July 2017
“Use of the HEART score better allocates resources utilization in Emergency Department Patients presenting with Chest Pain,” Presented at the California ACC Annual Symposium Controversies & Advances in the Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA, November 2016
Panelist: “Careers in Community Emergency Medicine,” All Los Angeles Emergency Medicine Conference, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA, May 2013
Wittenberg, AG, Richard, AJ, & Conrad, SA. Venous air embolism. (2006). Retrieved from http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/761367 (Has since been revised by another author).
Ufberg J, Harrigan RA, Wittenberg AJ. “Acute myocardial infarction complicated by a ventricular-paced rhythm.” Journal of Emergency Medicine 2004;27(1):81-83.
Wittenberg A. & Coben J. “Evaluation of a Gun Buy-Back Program and Community Coalition Development.” Master's thesis published by the Hahnemann University School of Public Health (now Drexel University), 1998.
Emergency Medicine Residency (PGY 2-4)
LAC-USC Medical Center. Los Angeles, CA (2004-2007)
Transitional Internship (PGY 1)
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. Torrance, CA (2003-2004)
Medical Doctorate (M.D.)
Temple University School of Medicine. Philadelphia, PA (2000-2003)
Sackler School of Medicine. Tel Aviv University, Israel (1998-2000)
Master in Public Health (M.P.H.)
Drexel University (MCP-Hahnemann University). Philadelphia, PA (1996-1998)
Post-Baccalaureate Premed Program
University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA (1995-1996)
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology
Hamilton College. Clinton, NY (1989-1993)