Brian J. Browne, MD, FACEP
“University of Maryland Emergency Medicine is unique. Of course, our position within the University of Maryland School of Medicine offers physicians enviable resources: our strong residency program, opportunities to teach and to develop research, and the clinical and educational opportunities that come with a world-class shock trauma center. Physicians are also drawn to our state to work with the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems (MIEMSS)—the nation’s gold standard for prehospital emergency care.
“What makes our emergency medicine opportunity truly exciting is the marriage of a highly successful statewide network of emergency medicine facilities across our area with these resources. Whether you are looking for a faculty position in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine or are interested in working in a community practice, you are likely to find the right place in our network. We are proud of our spectrum of opportunities as we train the next generation of caregivers and continuously strive to find new ways of delivering better emergency care.”
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Brian J. Browne, MD, FACEP, has been a leader in emergency medicine at the University of Maryland Medical Center since 1985, when he was recruited to join a team of young physicians and asked to start an emergency medicine program. A native of Brooklyn, he received fellowship training in emergency medicine at Harvard Medical School and completed an internal medicine residency at St. Vincent’s Medical Center. Dr. Browne’s medical degree is from SUNY Downstate Medical Center, and his undergraduate degree in biology is from Syracuse University.
Dr. Browne has published more than 40 journal articles and book chapters. He is a popular speaker at professional forums in this country and abroad. In 2009, Dr. Browne received the Master Teacher of Emergency Medicine Award presented by SUNY Downstate. In 2010, he was named a Top Doc in Emergency Medicine by Baltimore Magazine.