University of Pittsburgh Medical Center --
Mount Sinai Hospital --
Georgetown University School of Medicine
Dr. Nusbaum began his emergency career as a volunteer fire fighter with the Bryn Mawr Fire Company in Bryn Mawr, PA while attending Haverford College. After college, he went on to volunteer with a local EMS agency in Westchester, NY while working at the Rockefeller University as a research assistant. He subsequently attended Georgetown University School of Medicine for medical school and then completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in NYC. He served as the chief resident during his 4th year. Following residency, Dr. Nusbaum completed an Emergency Medical Services fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He stayed on as faculty after fellowship, working in several of UPMC's critical access hospitals. During this time, he completed an MBA at The Katz School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh and served as medical director for a number of ground EMS agencies throughout Western PA as well as an assistant medical director for the City of Pittsburgh EMS. He also worked for STAT-MD, providing on line medical direction for numerous airlines throughout the world.
He joined the faculty at the University of Maryland in 2021, working primary at the Midtown campus and servicing as the Associate Medical Director of Maryland ExpressCare Critical Care Transport and Assistant Medical Director of the Baltimore City Fire Department (MD3)
Dr. Nusbaum's academic interest include systems of care and specifically the integration of prehospital, intra-and inter hospital care into the traditional hospital care paradigms.