Geoffrey Stroh, MD

Title(s)Professor, Dean's Office
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    Geoff Stroh, MD
    Assistant EMS Medical Director, CCEMSA
    Medical Director, Parkmedic Program
    Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine, UCSF

    Geoffrey Stroh, M.D., attended the Florida International University for his undergraduate degree. Dr. Stroh completed his medical degree at the University of Miami, School of Medicine. He completed his emergency medicine residency at the UCSF Fresno Medical Education Program. He is board certified in emergency medicine.

    Dr. Stroh has special interest in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and wilderness medicine. He is the Medical Advisor for the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. He is the National Medical Advisor for the National Park Service.

    In 2002, Dr. Stroh was the recipient of the UCSF Fresno Faculty Research Award.

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    1. Young M, Kim T, Lessard E, Campagne D, Spano S, Farshidpour L, Stroh G. Emergency Medical Services and Remote Medical Oversight in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, 2011-2013. Wilderness Environ Med. 2018 Dec; 29(4):453-462. PMID: 30309823.
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    2. Campagne DD, Young M, Wheeler J, Stroh G. Pediatric Tape: Accuracy and Medication Delivery in the National Park Service. West J Emerg Med. 2015 Sep; 16(5):665-70. PMID: 26587088; PMCID: PMC4644032.
    3. Spano SJ, Campagne D, Stroh G, Shalit M. A lightning multiple casualty incident in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Wilderness Environ Med. 2015 Mar; 26(1):43-53. PMID: 25281586.
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    4. Urdaneta AE, Stroh G, Teng J, Snowden B, Barrett TW, Hendey GW. Cervical spine injury: analysis and comparison of patients by mode of transportation. J Emerg Med. 2013 Feb; 44(2):287-91. PMID: 22917652; PMCID: PMC3746030.
    5. Schmitt ER, Stroh G, Shalit M, Campagne D. Intraosseous access for neonatal and newborn resuscitation in the National Park Service (NPS). Prehosp Disaster Med. 2011 Jun; 26(3):238-9. PMID: 22107779.
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    6. Schmitt E, Stroh G, Shalit M, Campagne D.Intranasal Naloxone is a Viable Alternative to Intravenous Naloxone for Prehospital Narcotic Overdose. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. 2011.
    7. Robertson TM, Hendey GW, Stroh G, Shalit M. Intranasal naloxone is a viable alternative to intravenous naloxone for prehospital narcotic overdose. Prehosp Emerg Care. 2009 Oct-Dec; 13(4):512-5. PMID: 19731165.
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    8. Freeman K, Hendey GW, Shalit M, Stroh G. Biphasic defibrillation does not improve outcomes compared to monophasic defibrillation in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. Prehosp Emerg Care. 2008 Apr-Jun; 12(2):152-6. PMID: 18379909.
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    9. Platts-Mills TF, Stendell E, Lewin MR, Moya MN, Dhah K, Stroh G, Shalit M. An experimental study of warming intravenous fluid in a cold environment. Wilderness Environ Med. 2007; 18(3):177-85. PMID: 17896849.
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    10. Sae A, Haverly S, Uller J, Shalit M, Stroh G. Patient transport via private vehicle in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Am J Emerg Med. 2005 May; 23(3):311-5. PMID: 15915403.
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    11. Burelbach A, Lewin MR, Shalit M, Stroh G. Emergency medical services. Residents' perspective. Ann Emerg Med. 2004 Jan; 43(1):114-9. PMID: 14707950.
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    12. Freeman K, Shalit M, Stroh G. Use of the Gamow Bag by EMT-basic park rangers for treatment of high-altitude pulmonary edema and high-altitude cerebral edema. Wilderness Environ Med. 2004; 15(3):198-201. PMID: 15473460.
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    13. Burelbach A, Lewin MR, Shalit M, Stroh G.The National Parkmedic Program: Residents make a difference in our National Parks (Resident's Perspective). Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2004; 43(1):114-9.
    14. Stroh G, Braude D. Can an out-of-hospital cervical spine clearance protocol identify all patients with injuries? An argument for selective immobilization. Ann Emerg Med. 2001 Jun; 37(6):609-15. PMID: 11385329.
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