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Steven J. Socransky

Emergency Physician

Sudbury Regional Hospital

HQ Phone:  (705) 671-1000

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Sudbury Regional Hospital

865 Regent Street South

Greater Sudbury, Ontario,P3E 3Y9

Canada

Background Information

Employment History

Medical Director of Trauma Services

Hôpital Régional de Sudbury Regional Hospital


Course Director, Author, Lecturer and Instructor, Local Organizer

Northern Ontario School of Medicine


Director

Canadian Emergency Ultrasound Society


Affiliations

Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians

SARS Task Force Member


marsworks.ca

SARS Task Force Member


Education

McGill University


MD


Web References(41 Total References)


Emergency Physicians :: EM Sudbury

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Gary Bota | Chris Bourdon | Andrew Caruso | Tyler Christie | Marc Dube | Dave Falconi | Pavan Koka | Chris Kupsh | John Kusnierczyk | Rob Lepage | Louise Logan | Virginie Marchadier | Bill McMullen | Sam Oommen | Laura Piccinin | Rob Pineau | Jason Prpic | Steve Socransky | Melanie Squarzolo | Brian Tissot | Lee Toner | Karla Tujik | Ray Wiss
Steve Socransky MD, FRCPC, ABEM, CEUS Dr. Steve Socransky Steve is a Montreal native who completed medical school at McGill University in 1991. After his family medicine residency in Quebec City, Steve completed his EM residency in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at the Medical College of Wisconsin in 1997. Since then, Steve has been a full-time emergency physician and trauma team leader in Sudbury. Steve is Medical Director of Trauma Services for HRSRH and Northeastern Ontario Steve is a long-time EDE and CEUS instructor and is Course Director of The EDE 2 Course (www.ede2course.com). Other non-clinical activities includes ED Ultrasound Fellowship Co-Director and some dabbling in research. Steve, his wife Patti, and two busy sons, enjoy living on the shores of one of Sudbury's many lakes. Steve spends his leisure time at the gym, coaching soccer, making some ill-fated recipes, and learning the fine art of making a skating rink on the lake.


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Sudbury Regional Hospital emergency physician Dr. Steve Socransky and Dr. Ray Wiss demonstrate use of emergency ultrasound machine.
Wiss and his colleague, Dr. Steve Socransky, spearheaded the introduction of the portable ultrasound machines into emergency departments across Canada and gave Sudbury a reputation as a centre of expertise for the technology. Socransky was exposed to emergency ultrasound, also called EDEs (short for emergency department echo) during his residency in the United States prior to arriving in Sudbury in 1997. "Then, as I started to work here, I realized that there was a tremendous need for it because of the limited availability of ultrasound in our hospital." Socransky lobbied to acquire the technology for Sudbury Regional's emergency department, but ran into stiff resistance from radiologists. Wiss serves as the director or the introductory EDE course, and Socransky is the director of a more advanced, two-day course introduced in 2009, all of which are taught by Sudbury emergency physicians in hospitals and at medical conferences across Canada. Socransky and Wiss were flattered when a graduate of the one-year fellowship program was recently recruited by St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver and encouraged to make "Vancouver the Sudbury of Western Canada." "These are people who literally would have died 10 years ago and now they're surviving," said Socransky. Emergency physicians are expanding the use of ultrasound and taking it to a whole new level, said Socransky. As the technology gets smaller and prices go down, said Socransky, emergency ultrasound will proliferate through the health-care system and will be used by intensivists, anesthetists, surgeons, obstetricians and even paramedics. www.emsudbury.ca www.caep.ca Filed in: News Tags:A Line in the Sand, abdominal aortic aneurysms, Canada, Chicago, diagnostic imaging, Diagnostic Imaging Department, Emergency Department, Emergency ultrasound, important training site, Medical imaging, Medical physics, Medical ultrasonography, North Bay, northern medicine, Northern Ontario Business, Northern Ontario Medical Journal, Ontario, Paul's Hospital, Radiology, Ray Wiss, retinal detachments, St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver, Steve Socransky, Sudbury, Sudbury Regional Hospital, Thunder Bay, ultrasound services, United States, Vancouver


Emergency Physicians :: EM Sudbury

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Jason Prpic | Steve Socransky | Melanie Squarzolo |
Steve Socransky MD, FRCPC, ABEM, CEUS Dr. Steve Socransky Steve is a Montreal native who completed medical school at McGill University in 1991. After his family medicine residency in Quebec City, Steve completed his EM residency in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at the Medical College of Wisconsin in 1997. Since then, Steve has been a full-time emergency physician and trauma team leader in Sudbury. Steve is Medical Director of Trauma Services for HRSRH and Northeastern Ontario Steve is a long-time EDE and CEUS instructor and is Course Director of The EDE 2 Course (www.ede2course.com). Other non-clinical activities includes ED Ultrasound Fellowship Co-Director and some dabbling in research. Steve, his wife Patti, and two busy sons, enjoy living on the shores of one of Sudbury's many lakes. Steve spends his leisure time at the gym, coaching soccer, making some ill-fated recipes, and learning the fine art of making a skating rink on the lake.


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Sudbury Regional Hospital emergency physician Dr. Steve Socransky and Dr. Ray Wiss demonstrate use of emergency ultrasound machine.


Championing emergency ultrasound | Northern Ontario Medical Journal

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Sudbury Regional Hospital emergency physician Dr. Steve Socransky and Dr. Ray Wiss demonstrate use of emergency ultrasound machine.
Wiss and his colleague, Dr. Steve Socransky, spearheaded the introduction of the portable ultrasound machines into emergency departments across Canada and gave Sudbury a reputation as a centre of expertise for the technology. Socransky was exposed to emergency ultrasound, also called EDEs (short for emergency department echo) during his residency in the United States prior to arriving in Sudbury in 1997. "Then, as I started to work here, I realized that there was a tremendous need for it because of the limited availability of ultrasound in our hospital." Socransky lobbied to acquire the technology for Sudbury Regional's emergency department, but ran into stiff resistance from radiologists. Wiss serves as the director or the introductory EDE course, and Socransky is the director of a more advanced, two-day course introduced in 2009, all of which are taught by Sudbury emergency physicians in hospitals and at medical conferences across Canada. Socransky and Wiss were flattered when a graduate of the one-year fellowship program was recently recruited by St. Paul's Hospital in Vancouver and encouraged to make "Vancouver the Sudbury of Western Canada." "These are people who literally would have died 10 years ago and now they're surviving," said Socransky. Emergency physicians are expanding the use of ultrasound and taking it to a whole new level, said Socransky. As the technology gets smaller and prices go down, said Socransky, emergency ultrasound will proliferate through the health-care system and will be used by intensivists, anesthetists, surgeons, obstetricians and even paramedics.


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