Andrew Pacitti
Andrew Pacitti Emergency Medicine Physician at CENTRAL EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS PSC

Andrew Pacitti is a highly skilled Emergency Medicine Physician based in the Greater Lexington area. He is presently affiliated with CENTRAL EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS PSC, providing essential physician services since September 2019. Before his current designation, Dr. Pacitti served as a Medical Director at US Acute Care Solutions from June 2015 to September 2019. His medical experience also includes a residency as the Chief EM Physician at OhioHealth (July 2011-June 2015).

Dr. Pacitti has a strong academic background, anchored by a Master's Degree in Science specializing in Physiology/Orthopedic Surgery from Virginia Commonwealth University (2004-2007). He also studied at the Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine (2007-2011). Notably, he spent three years (2004-2007) researching Orthopedic Surgery at Virginia Commonwealth University. In addition to his professional and educational expertise, Andrew Pacitti is proficient in skills such as Microsoft Office and Word, highlighting his multifaceted capabilities. His significant network of 436 LinkedIn connections further testifies to his established presence in the medical field.

More about this expert

Full name
Andrew Pacitti
Location
Greater Lexington Area
Title
Emergency Medicine Physician
Company
CENTRAL EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS PSC (since 2019)
LinkedIn Connections
436
Skills
Microsoft Office Word

Education

Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Attended in 2007 - 2011
Virginia Commonwealth University
Masters in Science
Attended in 2004 - 2007
Field of study: Physiology/Orthopedic Surgery

Positions

CENTRAL EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS PSC
Lexington, Kentucky, United States
Emergency Medicine Physician
Sep 2019 - Present

https://www.centralemergencyphysicians.com
US Acute Care Solutions
Medical Director
Jun 2015 - Sep 2019

https://www.usacs.com/
OhioHealth
Resident EM Physician - Chief Resident (2014-2015)
Jul 2011 - Jun 2015
Virginia Commonwealth University
Masters Degree - Research in Orthopedic Surgery
Jul 2004 - Jun 2007