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Michael Redlener, M.D. FAEMS, is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Dr. Redlener serves as the Associate Medical Director of the Mount Sinai West Emergency Department and the Medical Director for EMS Quality in the Mount Sinai Health System. He received his medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, NY then completed a residency program in Emergency Medicine at New York University/Bellevue Hospital followed by a fellowship in Pre-hospital and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Medicine with the New York City Fire Department. He is Double Board-Certified in Emergency Medicine and EMS Medicine. Dr. Redlener has devoted his professional career to EMS quality improvement, safety and systems of care development. He has championed these ideas at a local, regional and national level. He serves as the Interim President for the National EMS Quality Alliance (NEMSQA) and is the former chair of the National Association of EMS Physician (NAEMSP) Quality and Safety Committee where he co-founded and co-directs of the NAEMSP Quality and Safety Course, a year-long course designed to introduce EMS physicians and professionals to the tenets of healthcare improvement science. He sits on the American Heart Association Coronary Artery Disease Advisory Group. He also serves as the New York City Regional Emergency Medical Advisory Committee (REMAC) as the chair of the Quality Improvement Committee as well as the Stroke Systems of Care group.

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