Nicholas Jouriles , MD
Vice Chair of Faculty Development
Dr. Nicholas Jouriles is USACS’ vice chair of faculty development at USACS and Professor and Chair of Emergency Medicine at Northeast Ohio Medical University. He was honored in 2018 with the American College of Emergency Physician’s highest award, the John G. Wiegenstein Leadership Award. He has served on and led many regional, national and international emergency medicine committees and boards, including ACEP, where he served on the Board of Directors from 2005-2010 and was elected to every office, culminating in president. He has designed emergency medicine education programs and curricula for medical students, residents and post training learners around the world. His publications on education, policy and operations, particularly freestanding emergency departments.
He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his medical degree from Case Western University. He trained at Dartmouth and Denver Health.