Patrick Maher, MD
I obtained my undergraduate degree at the University of Georgia and my medical degree from Georgetown University, in Washington, D.C. For residency, I was selected as part of the inaugural class in Emergency Medicine at the University of Washington, in Seattle, where I also completed my fellowship in Critical Care Medicine in 2017. After fellowship, I relocated to New York, where I have been part of the Research and Critical Care divisions of the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. In this time, I have also completed a Master of Science degree in Biostatistics from Columbia University. I was funded by the NIH as a T32-researcher investigating hemorrhage and coagulopathy in the ED and ICU settings. In addition to clinical work as an attending at the Mount Sinai Hospital Emergency Department, I also am the first faculty member hired with an EM background to work in our Medical ICU at Mount Sinai Hospital.