Emergency Medicine Faculty

Kevin King, MD

Assistant Professor / Clinical

Photo Department: Emergency Medicine
Email: kingk4@uthscsa.edu

Board Certifications: American Board of Emergency Medicine

Education:
MD, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD, 1998

Postgraduate training:
Transitional internship, William Beaumont Army Medical Center, El Paso, TX, 1998-1999
Residency, The University of Florida at Shands, Jacksonville, FL, 2001-2004

Research:

Clinical interests:

Presentations:
2009, Evaluation of the Seizing Patient, EMT-P recertification course, Fort Campbell, KY (Sole Presenter)

2008, Evaluation of Chest Pain, EMT-P recertification course, Fort Campbell, KY (Sole Presenter)

2006, The Culture of the Line, Army Medical Department Brigade surgeon Course, Fort Sam Houston, TX (Sole Presenter)

2006, The Staff and You, Army Medical Department Brigade Surgeon Course, Fort Sam Houston, TX (Sole Presenter) 09/2005 Rapid Battlefield Triage, Combat Medic Refresher and Critical Tasks Course, Fort Campbell, KY (Sole Presenter)

Publications:
King KM, Kleiner D.M., Ferguson K.L., McKinney A.C., Bozeman W.P.. Empiric Tenecteplase Use in Cardiac Arrest Refractory to Standard Advanced Cardiac Life Support Interventions 2003 Sep.

King KM, Bozeman W.P., Kleiner D.M., Webb L.K., Curtis V., Hill B.R.. Pre-event Body Temperatures and the awareness of body mass in triathletes 2002 Sep. (Journal of Athletic Training; vol. 37, no. 2).

King KM, Gerhardt R.T., Wiegert R.S.. Inhaled Nitrous Oxide Versus Placebo as an Analgesic and Anxiolytic Adjunct to Peripheral Intravenous Cannulation American Journal of Emergency Medicine 2001 Oct;19(6):492-494.

Biosketch: Kevin King, MD, received his medical degree from Uniformed Services University, Bethesda, Maryland, in 1998 and completed his residency at the University of Florida at Shands Jacksonville, Florida in 2004. He is certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine, has received numerous awards and belongs to the American College of Emergency Physicians, Texas College of Emergency Physicians, Texas Medical Association and Bexar County Medical Society. Dr. King accepted the appointment as Medical Director of Emergency Medicine September 1, 2010.

Awards:
2006, US Army Meritorious Service Medal
2006, US Army Bronze Star
2004, US Army Flight Surgeon Badge
2004, US Army Commendation Medal

Professional societies:
American College of Emergency Physicians
Texas College of Emergency Physicians
Texas Medical Association
Bexar County Medical Society

 

 
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