Melissa Miller
Melissa Miller Emergency Medicine Physician at US Acute Care Solutions

Melissa Miller is an ABEM board-certified Emergency Medicine physician with 116 LinkedIn connections. Currently practicing in the Central Texas area, Melissa is board eligible for subspecialty certification in Emergency Medical Services. They have completed an EMS Fellowship in Austin, TX, working in collaboration with Austin-Travis County EMS, Austin Fire Department, and StarFLIGHT agencies. Melissa is looking to continue their clinical work as an attending ER physician and hopes to transition into a role as an EMS medical director. Their interests include clinical instruction, simulation, ultrasound, and event medicine.

Melissa is currently working as an Emergency Medicine Physician at US Acute Care Solutions since July 2021. Prior to this role, they served as an EMS Fellow at the Office of the Chief Medical Officer - Austin-Travis County, University of Texas at Austin from July 2021 to June 2022. They also worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Colorado State University from August 2012 to June 2014, where they were responsible for coordinating and educating a class on Dissection: Human Anatomy. Additionally, Melissa has experience as a Lab Technician at both University Hartshorn Health Center and Dr. Melinda Frye Cardiovascular Research Lab at Colorado State University.

Melissa holds a degree from the University of Texas at Austin, where they attended from 2018 to 2021. They also attended the Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin U-Med & Science from 2014 to 2018, although their specific degrees and fields of study are not provided in the given information.

More about this expert

Full name
Melissa Miller
Location
Austin, Texas, United States
Title
Emergency Medicine Physician
Company
US Acute Care Solutions (since 2021)
Industry
Hospitals and Health Care
LinkedIn Connections
116
Summary
ABEM board certified Emergency Medicine physician currently practicing in the Central Texas area. Board eligible for subspecialty certification in Emegency Medical Services. EMS Fellowship completed at Austin, TX through cooperation with Austin-Travis County EMS, Austin Fire Department, and StarFLIGHT agencies Looking to continue my clinical work as an attending ER physician and transition into a roll of an EMS medical director at a system open to continued improvement and development of evidence based clinical practice. Interests include: clinical instruction, simulation, ultrasound, event medicine.
Skills
Leadership Resuscitation

Education

University of Texas at Austin
Attended in 2018 - 2021
Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin U-Med & Science
Attended in 2014 - 2018

Positions

US Acute Care Solutions
Emergency Medicine Physician
Jul 2021 - Present

Skills: Leadership
University of Texas at Austin
Office of the Chief Medical Officer - Austin-Travis County
EMS Fellow
Jul 2021 - Jun 2022
Colorado State University
Aug 2012 - Jun 2014 · 1 yr 11 mos
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Aug 2012 - Jun 2014
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado Area
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Aug 2012 - Jan 2013

In this position I was charged with coordinating and educating a class of the BMS 575 course for the fall 2012 semester. This is the Dissection: Human Anatomy course that CSU offers to upper class-men and graduate students. The course is very time intensive involving numerous hours spent in and out of class dissecting a full cadaver and involves specific instructions that must be articulated clearly and followed to ensure the best possible outcome of the dissection process.
Colorado State University
University Hartshorn Health Center
Lab Technician
Jan 2012 - Jun 2012

General lab maintenance, receiving and documenting patient tests, coordinating lab sample collection, phlebotomy.
Colorado State University
Dr. Melinda Frye Cardiovascular Research Lab
Lab Technician
Jan 2010 - May 2012

Myocardial Hypertrophy: Immunohistological assay of rat myocardium to detect locational and physiologic instances of increased signal strengths with variations of dietary constraints.

Hydroxyproline Assay: Determining the quantification of specific molecules that are indicative of myocardial hypertrophy pathways.