Dr. Valori SlaneDr. Valori Slane is Interim Program Director and Co-Chair of the Academic Committee of the Emergency Medicine Residency at KRMC.
Residency: Medical College of Georgia, Augusta
Fellowship: Fellowship in International Medicine at the Georgia Health Sciences University in Augusta
Interests: International Health, Care of underserved populations, Communication, Curriculum Development
Recent Trips: Nicaragua, Ethiopia, Haiti, Panama Bangladesh, Trinidad & Tobago, Cambodia
Antoinette Golden MDDr. Antoinette Golden is the Associate Program Director, the Director of Quality and Patient Safety, and the Director of Medical Simulation for the EM Residency Program at KRMC.
Residency: St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center in Manhattan, Chief Resident
Fellowship: Simulation, Alpert Medical School at Brown University
Interests: Simulation education, curriculum design, quality initiatives
Research: inter-specialty practice in simulation, Stress responses during simulation
Matthew Slane DODr. Matt Slane is Core Faculty for the Emergency Medicine Residency at KRMC. He joins us following 13 years of service in the U.S. Army with the last 6 years in the Special Operations Community.
Residency: Medical College of Georgia
Academic Focus: Tactical, Wilderness, Dive, Flight, and Austere Medicine
Astrid Sarvis MDDr. Astrid Sarvis is Director of Pediatric Simulation and Co-Director of Pediatric Training for the EM Residency of KRMC.
Residency: Pediatric Medicine at Inova Fairfax Hospital for Children
Fellowship: Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Children’s National Medical Center
Research: Cost Analysis of Disposition Decisions for infant febrile UTI
Leadership: Co-Chair, Fellow’s Committee, CNMC; Member of Blood Cultures Guideline Committee, CNMC
Yiraima Medina-Blasini MDDr. Yiraima Medina-Blasini is the Co-Director of the Medical Student Clerkship and Co-Director of Pediatric Training for the EM Residency of KRMC.
Residency: Ponce Health Sciences University, Hospital San Lucas Ponce, Puerto Rico.
Fellowship: Pediatric Emergency Medicine, University of Florida, Jacksonville, FL.
Leadership: Clinical Instructor, Ponce Health Sciences University
Moises Moreno DODr. Moreno is the Ultrasound Director for the Emergency Medicine Residency at KRMC.
Residency: Good Samaritan Hospital in West Islip, New York. Chief Resident.
Fellowship: Emergency Ultrasound at Good Samaritan Hospital.
Leadership: Director of Residency Ultrasound Education and Core faculty.
Academic Focus: Point of care ultrasound and Critical Care.
Awards: Teaching Faculty of the year
Isabel Brea MD MPHDr. Isabel Brea is the EMS Program Director for the Emergency Medicine Residency at KRMC.
Residency: University of Puerto Rico
Fellowship: EMS, Penn State Hershey Medical Center, Life Lion EMS in Hershey, PA. MPH with concentration in epidemiology and program development
Interests: Event Medicine, Disaster Medicine
Event Medicine: Medical Director for Penn State Beaver Stadium
Prehospital Program Development: Panama, Nicaragua
Jesus Seda MDDr. Jesus Seda is Core Faculty for the Emergency Medicine Residency at KRMC. He was born and raised in Miami, and volunteered with the Community Health Corp working with underprivileged communities of S Miami-Dade.
Residency: Stony Brook University Hospital in New York, Chief Resident
Academic Focus: Bedside Procedure Instruction, Critical Care Liaison
Awards: Resident Award for Excellence in Teaching, Stony Brook University Hospital
Helen Rovira MDDr. Helen Rovira is Core Faculty for the Emergency Medicine Residency at KRMC. She brings with her years of experience as a former Medical Director.
Residency: University of Puerto Rico