Steven Riccoboni, MD

Title(s)Assistant Clinical Professor, Emergency Medicine - Fresno
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address155 N Fresno St
Fresno CA 93701
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    UCSF Fresno, Fresno, CA07/2017Emergency Medicine Residency Program
    Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NYMD06/2013
    Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MDPostabccalaureate Certificate07/2008Premedical Studies
    Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CABA06/2005Italian Studies, Studio Art, Business

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    Steven Riccoboni, MD
    Assistant Clinical Professor, UCSF

    Steven Riccoboni, M.D., earned his medical degree from Weill Cornell Medical School, Cornell University. His residency in Emergency Medicine was completed at University of California, San Francisco, Fresno where he served as Chief Resident and was the recipient of both the Senior Resident Teacher of the Year Award and Resident Research Award.

    He has presented on wilderness medicine at the UCSF Fresno Mini Med School and the Central California Trauma Symposium. He is also actively involved in clinical research and has presented at the American College of Emergency Physicians Scientific Assembly, Western Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Conference, and the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma Annual Meeting.

    Dr. Riccoboni has also participated in many volunteer positions including Youth Counselor at Camp Phoenix in New York and Junior Clinician at Weill Cornell Community Clinic and has lectured at Clovis East High School. He is an active instructor in both the Stop the Bleed campaign and in the teaching of Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS).

    He is a member of the Fresno Madera Medical Society, American College of Emergency Physicians, and the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine.

    His hobbies include cycling, traveling, hiking, and art. He is fluent in Italian.

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    1. Does the U Stand for Useless? The Urine Drug Screen and Emergency Department Psychiatric Patients. J Emerg Med. 2018 04; 54(4):500-506. Riccoboni ST, Darracq MA. PMID: 29500048.
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    2. Management of inflammatory bowel disease flares in the emergency department [digest]. Emerg Med Pract. 2017 Nov 22; 19(11 Suppl Points & Pearls):S1-S2. Burg MD, Riccoboni ST, Nusbaum J, Gupta N. PMID: 29200245.
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    3. Management of inflammatory bowel disease flares in the emergency department Emerg Med Pract. 2017 11; 19(11):1-20. Burg MD, Riccoboni ST. PMID: 29048149.
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    4. 216 Does the U Stand For Useless? Urine Drug Screen and Emergency Department Psychiatric Patients. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2016 Oct 1; 68(4):s84-s85. Riccoboni RS, Darracq DM. .
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    5. Damage control in the management of ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm: preliminary results. Vasc Endovascular Surg. 2010 Nov; 44(8):638-44. Tadlock MD, Sise MJ, Riccoboni ST, Sise CB, Sack DI, Sise RG, Yang JC, Borut JJ, King BS. PMID: 20675327.
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    6. Preemptive craniectomy with craniotomy: what role in the management of severe traumatic brain injury? J Trauma. 2009 Sep; 67(3):531-6. Paci GM, Sise MJ, Sise CB, Sack DI, Shackford SR, Kureshi SA, Osler TM, Yale RS, Riccoboni ST, Peck KA, O'Reilly EB. PMID: 19741396.
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    7. Alcohol and high-risk behavior among young first-time offenders. J Trauma. 2009 Sep; 67(3):498-502. Sise CB, Sack DI, Sise MJ, Riccoboni ST, Osler TM, Swanson SM, Martinez MD. PMID: 19741390.
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