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Mohamud Daya Mohamud Daya, MD, MS

Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
EMS Section Director, Department of Emergency Medicine
EMS Fellowship Director, Department of Emergency Medicine

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Mohamud Daya, MD, MS

Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine
EMS Section Director, Department of Emergency Medicine
EMS Fellowship Director, Department of Emergency Medicine

503-494-7248 | dayam@ohsu.edu

Dr. Daya joined the Department of Emergency Medicine at OHSU in 1988 and currently serves as our EMS Section Director and Fellowship Director. Dr. Daya also serves as the EMS Medical Director for Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue and Forest Grove Fire & Rescue as well as the Medical Director of Washington County Consolidated Communications Agency. His professional interests include cardiac arrest, emergency medical services systems, international emergency medicine, and time-critical emergencies: AMI, stroke, trauma, travel medicine and occupational infectious diseases. In his free times he enjoys traveling, reading, playing squash and listening to music.

Education:

MD Degree:University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada 1984
Residency:Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR 1987
Fellowship:Emergency Medicine, Oregon Health Sciences University, 1988

Awards and Recognition:

2014Named one of 2014 Top Doctors in Portland, Oregon - Portland Monthly Magazine
2013Named one of 2013 Top Doctors in Portland, Oregon - Portland Monthly Magazine
2012Emergency Medicine Chair's Award - Oregon Health & Science University
2010Faculty Clinician of the Year - Oregon Health & Science University
2009EMS Medical Director of the Year - State of Oregon
2007Academic Emergency Medicine Outstanding Reviewer -
2002Academic Instructor of the Year - Oregon Health & Science University
1997Fellow - American College of Medical Toxicology
1992Teaching Excellence Award, Emergency Medicine - The Toronto Hospital
1990Outstanding Educator Award, Emergency Medicine - Oregon Health & Science University

Placeholder Image Elizabeth Hatfield-Keller, MD

Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

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Elizabeth Hatfield-Keller, MD

Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

503-494-7745 | hatfield@ohsu.edu

Education:

MD Degree:Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR 1993
Residency:Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR 1996

Jonathan Jui Jonathan Jui, MD, MPH

Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

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Jonathan Jui, MD, MPH

Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

503-494-7005 | jui@ohsu.edu

Professional interests: Sudden cardiac death, emerging infections, safety in Emergency Medical Services, resuscitation, wilderness medicine, infectious disease, hypothermia. In his free time he enjoys running, skiing, backpacking, hiking, and traveling.

Education:

MD Degree:Wayne University, Detroit, MI 1976
Residency:Internal Medicine-Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR
Fellowship:Medicine, Detroit General Hospital/Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
Disease, Wayne State University, Detroit MI

Awards and Recognition:

2013The Michael Copass Award: Gathering of the Eagles XV - Gathering of Eagles
2010Director's Medal, Department of Health Services, EMS Section - State of Oregon
2008EMS and Trauma System Certificate of Appreciation - Oregon Health Authority
2007Faculty Clinician of the Year - Oregon Health & Science University
2004Certificate of Appreciation - Department of Human Services
2001Public Heroes Award - Multnomah County Health Department
2001Clinical Instructor of the Year - Oregon Health & Science University
1995EMS Medical Director of the Year - Oregon Health Authority
1993Department of Chief's Medal, Department of Health Services, EMS Section - State of Oregon

Craig Warden Craig Warden, MD, MPH, GIS, MS

Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

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Craig Warden, MD, MPH, GIS, MS

Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine

503-494-4399 | wardenc@ohsu.edu

Dr. Warden joined the Department of Emergency Medicine in 1996. He currently serves as the Medical Director of the Global Mission Readiness in Clackamas, the Oregon State Urban Search & Rescue Task Force 1 (OR TF-1), Clackamas County (CCOM) Emergency Medical Dispatch and Clackamas County Emergency Medical Services Advisory Council. Dr. Warden is an accomplished author, educator, former paramedic and innovator. Because of Dr Warden's leadership, the paramedics and EMT's with Clackamas Fire District #1 have embraced participation in a national study on cardiac resuscitation, resulting in some of the highest cardiac arrest "save to alive" at discharge percentages in the country. He also implemented the use of a rescue airway as an option for paramedics to secure an airway while performing CPR, now being considered as the standard for Cardiac Arrest care in the Portland Metropolitan area.

Education:

MD Degree:University of Colorado Health Science Center, Denver CO 1988
MPH Degree:University of Washington (Epidemiology), Seattle WA 1996
Residencies:Medicine, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR 1991
Pediatrics, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR 1994
Fellowships:Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Children's Hospital and Medical Center, Seattle, WA 1996
Medical Toxicology, Washington Poison Center, Seattle WA 1996

Awards and Recognition:

2008Emergency Medical Services Medical Director of the Year - State of Oregon
2008Clackamas Fire District #1 Meritorious Service Award - Clackamas Fire District