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Elizabeth Sara Temin, M.D., M.P.H is an attending physician at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine. She is also an instructor in surgery at Harvard Medical School.
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Dr. Elizabeth S. Temin is an attending physician at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine. She received her M.D from Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Temin completed her residency in emergency medicine at Boston City Hospital, followed by an EMS fellowship at Boston Emergency Medical Services and Boston Medical Center. She is also an instructor in surgery at Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Elizabeth Temin is the Director of Prehospital Care for MGH. She is a member of regional and state Emergency Medical Services (EMS) committees, where she has written the nation's first statewide inter-facility transport guideline, and the Conference of Boston Teaching Hospital's EMS Committee. She directs the EMS rotation for the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency. She is also the Medical Director for the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital ALS Ambulance Service. Dr. Temin created and directs the Physician Assistant (PA) program for the MGH ED. She works as a member of the MGH ED quality and safety committee and the joint ED and cardiology ST elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) committee.
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