Paul Davidson, MD
Dr. Paul Davidson is an emergency medicine physician at Southlands Freestanding Emergency Department. At Centura Health, he has been involved in numerous projects, including the training and credentialing of the practice physicians in basic Emergency Department Ultrasound applications as well as DVT ultrasound, 1st trimester pregnancy ultrasound, gallbladder ultrasound, as well as using ultrasound to safely guide central line placement. In addition, Davidson led the effort for Centura’s adoption of Hypothermia After Cardiac Arrest (HACA) treatment of comatose cardiac arrest patients and was responsible for the initial project management of the HACA program for all of Colorado.
At the University of Colorado, Davidson spearheaded the development and project management of the Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Program. He was involved in didactic teaching, credentialing and training of faculty and residents, vendor selection, funding of ultrasound equipment and an ultrasound QA program. He also was the assistant residency director at the Denver Health Residency in EM and published several articles in peer-reviewed journals, including the Annals of Emergency Medicine.
Dr. Davidson earned his medical degree at Wayne State University and completed residencies at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center (internal medicine) and the Denver Health Residency (emergency medicine).