Onsite Podcasters

& Medical Educators

Drew Kalnow, DO

–   EM over easy

  • Simulation Director, Doctors Hospital

  • @dkalnow

Drew Kalnow, DO is the Director of Simulation and faculty for the Emergency Medicine residency program at Doctors Hospital in Columbus, OH. 

 

He is a co-host of EM Over Easy, an emergency medicine podcast focused on “More than Medicine”. 

 

He received his medical degree from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his Emergency Medicine residency training at Doctors Hospital-OhioHealth.

 

In addition to simulation and resident education, Drew is passionate about the FOEMed movement, promoting the emergency medicine community and spreading the gospel of video laryngoscopy.

" I  am  excited for the ATLS program because it will bring together the leaders in emergency medicine education and social media in a venue that will make learning and interacting accessible and hands on.  Social Media is increasing part of medical education and this will be a can't miss opportunity."   –  Drew

Andy Little, DO

–   EM Over Easy

Andy Little, DO is a graduate of Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2012 and from the Doctors Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency in 2016. He currently serves as a Core Faculty member and the Research Director at Doctors Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency. Outside of his roles in education, he serves as a Co-founder and Host for the EM Over Easy Podcast.

Brad S. Goldman, MD

–   EM Crit, NY

Medical School: SUNY Health Science Center
at Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY


Residency: Harbor-UCLA Medical Center,
Department of Emergency Medicine Certifications: Diplomat of American Board of Emergency Medicine


Professional Memberships:
American College Emergency Medicine (ACEP) American Academy Emergency Medicine (AAEM) Association of Military Surgeons of the United States (AMSUS) Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society (AOA) Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA) Society of United States Air Force Flight Surgeons (SoUSAFFS)


Publications:
1. Vincent MT, Goldman BS, Anaerobic Lung Infections, American Family Physician 1994; 49:1815-1820 2. Hurd WW, Montminy RA, Burd LT, De Lorenzo RA, Goldman BS, Loftus TL. Physician roles in aeromedical evacuation: current practices in USAF operations. Aviat Space Environ Med. 2006 Jun; 77 (6):631-8 16780242

Heath Jolliff, DO

–   Adena Core Faculty

Education and Board Certifications
Fellowship:
University of Colorado Health Science Center (2001) in Medical Toxicology


Residency:
Grandview Medical Center (1997) in Emergency Medicine


Medical School:
Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (1993)


Board Certifications:
Am Os Bd Emergency Medicine (2000)
Am Os Bd Emergency Medicine (Medical Toxicology) (2007)

Michael Hollar, DO

–   Adena Resident, PGY-1  

Follow him on Twitter @michaelhollar5

Hometown: Plain City, OH

 

Medical School: Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic MedicineEM

 

Interests: Critical Care, Resuscitation, Toxicology, Pain Management

 

Hobbies: Hiking and backpacking, DIY projects, Volunteering, traveling, gardening, cooking, sports, spending time with wife & kids.

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