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Andrea Long

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Dean's Office
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Phone559-459-3770
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    University of Missouri-ColumbiaBachelor of Science2004Biochemistry
    University of Missouri School of MedicineDoctorate of Medicine2009Medicine
    University Hospital and ClinicsIntern2010General Surgery
    Mercer University/Medical Center of Central GeorgiaResident2014General Surgery
    Wake Forest Baptist Medical CenterFellow2016Surgical Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery

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    Andrea Long, M.D., FACS
    Assistant Clinical Professor, UCSF
    Specialty: Acute Care Surgery, Critical Care Surgery, General Surgery

    Andrea Long, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Surgery at the University of California San Francisco, Fresno Center for Medical Education and Research.

    Dr. Long received her bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry at the University of Missouri-Columbia graduating Magna Cum Laude, and her medical degree at the University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia, Missouri. Her general surgery residency was completed at Mercer University/Medical Center of Central Georgia, Macon, Georgia, and her surgical critical care and acute care surgery fellowships were completed at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, North Carolina.

    Dr. Long joined the Department of Surgery’s core faculty team in Trauma and Acute Care Surgery at Community Regional Medical Center (CRMC) in 2016. In her role as teaching faculty Dr. Long’s activities consist of clinical and didactic education, mostly in the clinical setting. The trainees include medical students, general surgery residents, residents from other specialties rotating on the surgical service, and fellows in Surgical Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery.

    Dr. Long has a strong interest in simulation based education, global health, transfusion medicine, complex hernia reconstruction, diversity and inclusion in medicine, and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) health care.

    Dr. Long is a Diversity and Inclusion Champion for the Surgery Department and in 2019 was appointed to the Equity Quality & Inclusion Ad Hoc Task Force for the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma.

    Her global health work includes volunteer clinical and medical education experiences in Ghana and Tanzania.

    Dr. Long is the social media coordinator for the Department of Surgery. She is also the lead with developing a more robust curriculum for ultrasound use in the ICU for Surgical Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery. This development will place CRMC surgical ICU on the cutting edge of hemodynamic and point-of-care diagnostic evaluation in the surgical ICU.

    Dr. Long is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and a member of the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma, the American Medical Association, and GLMA: Health Professionals Advancing LGBT Equality.

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    1. Patel MB, Humble SS, Cullinane DC, Day MA, Jawa RS, Devin CJ, Delozier MS, Smith LM, Smith MA, Capella JM, Long AM, Cheng JS, Leath TC, Falck-Ytter Y, Haut ER, Como JJ. Cervical spine collar clearance in the obtunded adult blunt trauma patient: a systematic review and practice management guideline from the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2015 Feb; 78(2):430-41. PMID: 25757133; PMCID: PMC4409130.
    2. Pade K, Long A, Anderson JT, Hoernschemeyer D, Hanson D. The Superior Articular Process as an External Landmark for Determining the Transverse Plane Angulation of Thoracic Pedicles. Spine Deform. 2013 May; 1(3):185-188. PMID: 27927291.
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