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Javier I Escobar M.D.

Javier I Escobar M.D.

Clerkship Director, Emergency Medicine - Tallahassee

javier.escobar@med.fsu.edu
850-431-0751
Tallahassee Regional Campus

Biosketch

Medical Director, Bixler Emergency Center, Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
Medical Director, Leon County EMS system
Medical Director, Jefferson County EMS system
Medical Director, Lifenet Air Ambulance
Clinical Faculty, Dept of Emergency Medicine, University of Florida
Pediatric Emergency Physician, Emergency Physician, TMH

Service

Florida Emergency Medical Services for Children Advisory Committee Regional Emergency Cardiovascular Care Committee Florida EMS Directors Advisory Group- AHA Representative Chair, Emergency Department,Bixler Emergency Center, Tallahassee Memorial Hospital Faculty Advisor to the Emergency Medicine Interest Group, FSU College of Medicine

Honors/Awards

1st Place-Dean’s Research Award, University of Florida-Shands Jacksonville Outstanding Resident Award,Department of Emergency Medicine,University of Florida 1999 Outstanding Research Award, Department of Emergency Medicine,University of Florida/ 1999 Finalist, Outstanding Hospital Resident Award,University of Florida/ 1999 1998 EMRA Leadership Award, Emergency Medicine Residents Association, ACEP 1998 Golden Bone Award, Outstanding Intern in Orthopedics

Memberships

American College of Emergency Physicians National Association of EMS Physicians National Association of EMS Educators Florida College of Emergency Physicians American Medical Association

Publications

Escobar II., J., Eastman, E., Harwood-Nuss, A., Genitourinary Emergencies book chapter in Emergency Medicine: Concepts and Clinical Practice, 5th edition, editors Rosen/Barkin, Published 2002. Pediatric Abdominal Pain, The Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine. Wound Management. Book Chapter In Emergency Medicine Secrets. Drugs of Abuse. Book chapter in Conn's Current Therapy. Escobar II., J., "Poison or Candy?", Pediatric Education Posters. for distribution September 1994.