Britney Anderson, MD
Dr. Britney Anderson currently serves as the Vice President for USACS East & Mountain. She received her medical degree from University of Colorado School of Medicine then went on to attend and serve as Chief Resident at Northwestern Residency in Emergency Medicine where she received many teaching awards and a scholarship to attend the ACEP Teaching Fellowship Course. After graduating from residency, she joined the faculty at University of Colorado Department of Emergency Medicine. During her time there she served as the Associate Residency Director for the Denver Health Residency in Emergency Medicine for 6 years and was awarded EMRA National Associate Residency of the Year Award. In 2013 she joined EPPH which has recently become a founding member of US Acute Care Solutions.