Rade B. Vukmir MD, JD      FCCP, FACEP, FACHE

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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Dr. Vukmir MD,JD
FCCP, FACEP, FACHE

Critical Care Medicine Associates

 

EMERGENCY MEDICINE EXPERT WITNESS

CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE EXPERT WITNESS

MEDICAL-LEGAL CONSULTANT

RISK MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT

MEDIA CONSULTANT

AUTHOR, SPEAKER

 For over three decades, Dr. Vukmir MD, JD through Critical Care Medicine Associates has provided a diverse variety of medical consultative services. He has served as an emergency and critical care medicine expert,
involving analysis of potential medical malpractice, external peer review(EPR), credentialing and the provision of effective and efficient emergency medicine and critical care services for providers, facilities, systems and insurers.

Specific areas of expertise include serving as an Acute Care Medicine Risk Manager and Consultant, Emergency Medicine(EM) and Critical Care Medicine(CCM) consultant and expert witness.
His consultation expertise involves emergency department(ED) and intensive care unit(ICU) operations, focused on program development, improvement, expansion and service integration.

His medical expertise in the acute care arena allows for a robust consultative practice in Quality Improvement, External Peer Review and Credentialing consultant.
As well, he is a nationally known author, speaker, lecturer and investigator. He serves as a media consultant and subject matter expert on numerous acute care topics in print, audio and visual formats.

Dr Vukmir is a nationally known Author, Speaker, Lecturer and Investigator

 

Emergency Medicine

 

The practice of Emergency Medicine requires the proper balance of the expeditious evaluation and treatment of common complaints, while remaining ready to intervene at a moments notice in the acute life threatening event.

This healthcare expertise is broad, bridging care in all age groups pediatric, adolescent, adults and older patients.

Likewise, expertise must involve a wide range of both medical and surgical conditions. The emergency physician commonly encounters medical emergencies in patients, such as heart attack, stroke, respiratory failure, hemorrhage, congestive heart failure, sepsis and pneumonia. Surgical conditions encountered include acute traumatic injury, vascular occlusion, gastrointestinal hemorrhage, fractures, appendicitis and other intrabdominal infections.

Importantly, the emergency physician provides care through life’s entire course from beginning to end, and at all steps on the journey.

Likewise, compassionate care is often provided to both patients and their families in difficult, uncertain circumstances.



Critical Care Medicine

 

The practice of intensive care or Critical Care Medicine requires the proper balance between the innate capability to intervene at a moments notice in the acute life threatening event with the meticulous attention to detail required for a successful critical care practice. This healthcare expertise required is broad, bridging knowledge of numerous medical and surgical specialties.

 

Likewise, expertise must involve a wide range of both medical and surgical conditions. The intensivist or critical care physician commonly encounters medical emergencies in patients, such as heart attack, stroke, respiratory failure, hemorrhage, congestive heart failure, sepsis and pneumonia.

Surgical conditions encountered include postoperative care management, acute traumatic injury, vascular occlusion, gastrointestinal hemorrhage, fractures, appendicitis and other intrabdominal infections.

 

Importantly, the critical care physician provides care from young adulthood to end of life.

 

Likewise, compassionate care is often provided to both patients and their families in difficult, uncertain circumstances, especially at end of life transition