Integrated Residency in Emergency Medicine

Edward Fieg, D.O., Director

Dr. Newland

 

Guy Newland, M.D., FACEP, DABFM

Assistant Professor
Colonel (Retired), USAF

guy.newland@wright.edu


Education

Medical School: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, 1973.
USAF Aerospace Medicine Primary Course, School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks AFB, TX, 1983
Residency: Emergency Medicine, Wright State University School of Medicine, 1990-93

Research Interests

Patient Relations and Institutional Quality Assurance/Performance Improvement
Identification and Management of Emergency Department "Frequent Utilizers"

Selected Bibliography

Papers
Newland, GM et al. "Objectives to direct the training of emergency medicine residents on off-service rotations: hyperbaric medicine," AJEM, 11:485-490, 1993.

Newland, GM, Janz, TG. "Pacemaker-twiddler's syndrome: a rare cause of lead displacement and pacemaker malfunction," Ann of Emer Med January 1994;23:136-138.

Selected Presentations

Topics in Emergency Medicine - ECG
Topics in Emergency Medicine - Toxicology and Antidotes
Clinical Best Practices, Quality Improvement, Patient Relations
Director - Oral Board Preparation, Simulation Program

Recent Awards

Fellow American College of Forensic Examiners Institute, 2006
Air Force Meritorious Service Medal (Third Oak Leaf Cluster) upon retirement, 2004

Personal information

Dr. Newland with his wifeMy emergency medicine career has come full circle, returning to the residency where I trained and to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, the clinical site that "retired me" in 2004 - all very familiar, but with new and challenging responsibilities.
My family, on the other hand has left Cherie and I in the unfamiliar role of "empty nesters" - with Eric (computer "visionist") and his bride Heather (OSU Social Work Master's candidate) nearby, Rachel employed by a premier regional emergency department group, Benjamin and Craig both working on WSU business degrees, and Joseph at WSU pursuing an academic career in history and government. Granddaughter Kierra is Cherie's shadow Monday through Friday afternoons after her morning daycare is over.

Cherie and I enjoy the adventures of home and hearth (gardening, landscaping, Cherie's framing business, and redecorating the home after our children's exodus). When we are able, the racetrack, casino, Schuster Center, and Dayton Dragons games are nearby, while our "destination" locations remain the Outer Banks of North Carolina, Perdido Key in Florida, and my home of origin in western New York.