Barrett Bradt, MD
Barrett Bradt MD, has been with US Acute Care Solutions since 2013. He has several roles all within the Saint Francis Health System in Tulsa, OK. He is currently the Medical Director at Saint Francis Hospital Muskogee. He is the Emergency Medical Services Director at Saint Francis Health System. He is also the Medical Director of Air-Evac, the largest air ambulance service in the state of Oklahoma.
Dr. Bradt received his undergraduate in Kinesiological Sciences – Sports Medicine from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, TX. He continued to Medical School at Ross University School of Medicine in New Brunswick, NJ, graduating 1st in his class with highest honors. He completed his Emergency Medicine Residency as Chief Resident, at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in Shreveport, LA. He is licensed in the State of Oklahoma.
Dr. Bradt’s professional memberships include; The Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, and National Association of EMS Physicians. He is on the Oklahoma Medical Control Board for the Emergency Medical Services Authority. He is American Board of Emergency Medicine Certified and, also a Certified EMS Medical Director and Graduate of NAEMSP Medical Director Program.
Dr. Bradt has received several awards, the most recent being; “2018 Top Doc for Emergency Medicine” in the state of Oklahoma, Excellence in Disaster Medicine Award, Outstanding Service Award, and Excellence in Research Award. He has been publicized in Emergency Medicine News, Reuters Health, and Prehospital Emergency Care to name a few. He is an avid presenter at workshops and lectures. He currently teaches a Paramedic and EMT Lecture Series.