Emergency Medicine Physician & Hospital Standard of Care Expert Witness
Dr. Vipul Kella offers the following services:
Litigation Support Services
Over the past ten years, Dr. Kella has been retained in the following areas:
Forensics and Sexual Abuse
Standard of Care
Nursing Home Liability
Independent Medical Examination
Medical Device Liability
Medical Fraud and Abuse
Areas of Expertise
Standard of Care, medical malpractice, Emergency Medicine, Emergency Room, Hospital & Medical Ethics, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death.
Dr. Vipul Kella is a Board-Certified Emergency Medicine physician who has been practicing for 15 years and has served as a medical expert for 10 years. He has reviewed over 100 cases and spent over 1000 hours on case reviews and issuing reports of medical-legal findings.
Dr. Kella provides patient care at Adventist HealthCare hospital outside Washington DC. Previously he was System Chief of Emergency, Pediatric, and Observation Services managing over 110,00 patient visits, over 40 physicians and 30 PA/Nurse Providers at Frederick Health.
In 2020, Dr. Kella continued serving patients while obtaining an MBA from Johns Hopkins with an emphasis on Healthcare Administration, pursuing his interest in Standard of Care, Administration, policy and decision-making in hospitals and healthcare facilities from a business perspective.
Dr. Kella works on cases for both plaintiff and defense.
Dr. Kella is dedicated to providing expertise to triers of fact, attorneys, and insurers, including in cases of alleged medical malpractice, personal injury, forensics, disability, and others.
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Dr. Vipul Kella is a Board-Certified Emergency Medicine physician who has been practicing for 15 years.
Dr. Kella has served as a medical expert in over 100 cases, issued reports of findings, case review, and testimony.
Maryland State License
Utah State License
Nebraska State License
Legal Experience & Services
10 years of experience as a medical expert. Examples of recent cases reviewed: myocardial infarction, aortic dissection, cauda equina syndrome, sexual assault, hospital administrative policies, fraud and abuse. nursing home negligence and standard of care.
American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP)
American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM)
National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS)
Board-Certified in Emergency Medicine
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)
Awards & Honors
“Difference Maker Award” (2014), American College of Physician Executives
National Society of Leadership and Success (2020)
The Dark Side of Telemedicine
Masters of Business Administration, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD; Concentrations: Healthcare and Entrepreneurship
Doctor of Medicine (MD): 1998-2002; University of Toledo, Toledo, OH
Bachelor of Science (BS): 1993-1997; Molecular Biology; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Articles Published by Vipul Kella, MD MBA FACEP
Minimizing Medicolegal Risk in the Covid and Post-Covid Era
The post-COVID could present new, unprecedented risks for healthcare providers.Read Article
The Dark Side of Telemedicine
The sudden increase in demand for telemedicine services has created new opportunities for fraud and abuse.Read Article