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Ronald Bruce Low

Ronald Bruce Low, American hospital administrator. Recipient Teaching award, Oklahoma University Emergency Residency Program, 1988, Honorary Instructor Special Operations Training Battalion award, Comat Medic Class 2-97, 1999, 3rd Best Poster award, North-East Society Academic Emergency Medicine, 2002.

Background

Low, Ronald Bruce was born on April 6, 1950 in Austin, Texas, United States. Son of Chester Franklin and Helen Lucile Fisher Low.

Education

Bachelor, University Virginia, Charlottesville, 1978. Doctor of Medicine, University Virginia, Charlottesville, 1678. Master of Science, University Oklahoma School Public Health, Oklahoma City, 1990.

Career

Assistant professor & attending physician University Oklahoma School Medicine, Oklahoma City, 1983—1988, University Chicago School Medicine Hospital, 1988—1990. Associate professor & attending physician ECU School Medicine PCMH, Greenville, New York, 1990—1993. Vice chair, emergency medicine State University of New York Downstate Kings Country Hospital, Brooklyn, 1993—2003.

Vice chair, surgery emergency medicine University Hospital University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Newark, 2003—2005. Senior director, statistics and data analysis New York City Health and Hospitals M & PA, since 2005.

Membership

Fellow: American Board Emergency Physicians, American College Emergency Physicians (editor, Express Mail Service newsletter 1986—2008, Distinguished Service award 2005). Member: American Medical Association, American Statistical Association, Society Critical Care Medicine.

Connections

Married Nancy Alice Neidlinger. Children: Philip Robert, David Chester.