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Dr. David Jaslow


Albert Einstein Medical Center

HQ Phone: (215) 456-7890

Albert Einstein Medical Center

5501 Old York Rd.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19141

United States

Company Description

Albert Einstein Medical Center is the second largest independent academic network in Pennsylvania offering a full range of advanced health services to the Philadelphia community and beyond. ... more

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Employment History

Director of the Division of EMS and Disaster Medicine
National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians

Board-Certified, Emergency-Medicine Physician
George Washington University


Penn State University

Thomas Jefferson Medical School



Public Health and Disaster Medicine fellowship
George Washington University Medical Center

public health
George Washington University

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Personnel | Bucks County Rescue Squad

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David Jaslow, MD, MPH, Unit Medical Director

Dr. Jaslow has over 25 years in EMS serving as a volunteer first aid provider, EMT and emergency medicine physician. After attending Penn State University and Thomas Jefferson Medical School, Dr. Jaslow performed his residency in Emergency Medicine at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan then went on to receive his master's in public health at the George Washington University in Washington D.C. where he also did his fellowship in emergency medical services and disaster medicine. Having served as a deputy medical director for the Washington D.C. Fire Dept., Dr. Jaslow serves as an attending emergency physician at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. Lead physician for the Pennsylvania Urban Search and Rescue Program, ALS service medical director for several commercial and noncommercial EMS service in and around the greater Philadelphia area.

"The average EMS provider is not ...

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"The average EMS provider is not really trained to make that decision on their own," said Dr. David Jaslow. He's the director of Albert Einstein Medical Center's Division of EMS and Disaster Medicine and the medical director of the Bucks County Rescue Squad in Bristol.

So rescuers called Bucks County 911 and requested Jaslow's team of EMS physicians.
"A lot of this is trust," said Jaslow. "It's still unknown."
Paramedics, Jaslow said, don't necessarily want to see a doctor show up on scene in scrubs and white coat. The Einstein team, however, are all certified paramedics and work for ambulance squads themselves. They wear EMS uniforms when they're called to scenes.
"We're not just doctors who say, 'I think I want to play in this world,'" said Jaslow.
Jaslow has years of experience with this type of emergency fieldwork. He works with Urban Search and Rescue and responded to the Gulf after Hurricane Katrina and to New York after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
He was thrust into action closer to home after getting a call from colleagues at Bucks County Rescue Squad in 2006. A worker at a Bristol plant had his arms trapped in a metal press and was pinned between a set of 2,000-pound rollers.
Crews were unable to free the man and when Jaslow arrived, he realized that amputating both arms was the only way to save him. Under difficult conditions, Jaslow completed the procedure and the man survived.
For Jaslow, the incident enforced the need to have a formal network to dispatch physicians to such unusual incidents.
"This type of thing does not generate money," Jaslow said.

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Acquiring and interpreting ultrasound images requires knowledge of cross-sectional anatomy and lots of training, said David Jaslow, chief of emergency medicine at Albert Einstein Healthcare Network in Philadelphia. Still, Dr. Jaslow, a specialist in disaster relief, thinks the devices will "be the most significant technological advancement" to diagnose a variety of conditions in a disaster settings like earthquakes.

The scenarios "stress them, and that ...

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The scenarios "stress them, and that is the whole point," according to David Jaslow, a doctor with the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia who helps run the courses.

The scenarios "stress them, and that ...

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The scenarios "stress them, and that is the whole point," said David Jaslow, a doctor with the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia who helps run the courses.

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