Britney Anderson, MD
Dr. Britney Anderson is president of USACS Central. Previously, she was a vice president of USACS South. Before coming to USACS, she was a faculty member of the University of Colorado Department of Emergency Medicine and associate residency director for the Denver Health Residency in Emergency Medicine for six years. During that time, she was awarded the EMRA National Associate Residency of the Year award. She joined EPPH, a founding member of US Acute Care Solutions, in 2013.
She earned her medical degree from University of Colorado School of Medicine and was chief resident at Northwestern Residency in Emergency Medicine where she received many teaching awards and a scholarship to attend the ACEP Teaching Fellowship Course.