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William                        Dice

William Dice 

Department of Emergency Medicine

Clinical Assistant Professor

 
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Professional Summary:

Doctor Dice attended Ohio Northern University majoring in pharmacy prior to graduating from the Medical College of Ohio at Toledo in 1977. Doctor Dice entered the US Army where he completed his Internship and Residency in Emergency Medicine. While in the Army he had responsibilites as a Brigade Surgeon, 4th Infantry Division; Program Director, Emergency Medicine Residency, Brooke Army Medical Center; Department Chief, Department of Emergency Medicine, Darnall Army Hospital; Command Surgeon, Joint Sepcial Operations Command; Deputy Director Emergency Planning, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, The Pentagon; Commander, 5th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, and Dean, Joint Special Operations Medical Training Center. He served as the Department of Defense liaison to Emergency Support Function 8 following Hurricane Andrew; supported combat operations in Grenada and Panama; and led a Forward Surgical Team to Haiti. His interests are toxicology, public health emergency planning and response, and estreme events.

Education and Training:
  • National Security Manager, National Defense University (1991)
  • MB, BCh, BAO, Armed Forces Staff College (1989)
  • Residency, Emergency Medicine, Madigan Army Medical Center (1981)
  • Internship, Family Practice, Womack Army Community Hospital (1978)
  • MD, Medical College of Ohio at Toledo (1977)
Employment:
  • Attending Physician, Erie County Medical Center (2002-present)
  • Attending Physician, Brooks Memorial Hospital (2006–2011)
  • Staff Emergency Physician, Bertrand Chafee Hospital (1998–2003)
  • Staff Emergency Physician, South Buffalo Mercy Hospital (1997–2003)
  • Staff Emergency Physician, Kenmore Mercy Hospital (1997–2003)
  • Dean/Manager, Special Operations Medical Training Center, US Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School Fort Bragg, NC (1995–1997)
  • Army Physician, US Army (1977–1997)
Awards and Honors:
  • Attending of the Year, SUNY Department of Emergency Medicine (2010)
  • Disaster Responder of the Year (1992)
  • Order of Military Medical Merit, #1438 (1986)
  • Fellow American College of Emergency Physicians (1986)
  • Defense Superior Service Medal-1
  • Legion of Merit-2
  • Bronze Star w/Combat Distinguished Device “V”
  • Purple Heart
  • Defense Meritorious Service Medal
  • Meritorious Service Medal-2
  • Joint Service Commendation Medal-2
  • Army Commendation Medal
  • Joint Service Achievement Medal
  • Army Achievement Medal
  • Joint Meritorious Unit Award-2
  • Army Superior Unit Award
  • Surgeon General’s Exemplary Service Medal
  • National Defense Service Medal
  • Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal-3 w/Arrowhead-1
  • Humanitarian Service Medal-2
  • Combat Medical Badge
  • Parachutist Badge w/Combat Distinguishing Device-1 Bronze Star


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Presentations:
  • "Expeditionary Hospital" CINC Surgeon’s Conference (2010)
  • "Regional Public Health Planning in Western New York" Department of Homeland Security 2006 G&T National Conference: A Partnership for Preparedness (2006)
  • "Survival Across Borders" MMRS Tri-National Conference on Cross-Border Collaboration: Responding to Emergencies Across International Boundaries (2005)
  • "Creating Emergency Training Systems That Work for the Medical Community" Public Health Homeland Security Summit (2005)
  • "Survival Across Borders: Regional Resource Mobilization and Management" Performance Institute (2005)
  • "Preparing for Bioterrorism" International Allergy and Immunology Conference (2004)
  • "SARS: A Global Threat" WMD V Conference, Department of Veterans Affairs (2004)
  • "Bioterrorism and the Medical Response" LEPC Homeland Security Conference (2003)
  • "Public Health Emergency Preparedness" 8th Annual Emergency Preparedness Symposium, Department of Veterans Affairs (2003)
  • "Public Health Response to Terrorism" WMD IV Conference, Department of Veterans Affairs/Florida State Department of Health (2003)
  • "Integrating the Public Health Response to Bioterrorism" University at Buffalo Integrative Medicine Conference (2002)
  • "Weapons of Mass Destruction" Niagara County Community College (2002)
  • "Weapons of Mass Destruction" State University of New York at Buffalo (2002)
  • "Weapons of Mass Destruction" Erie County Medical Center Grand Rounds (2001)
  • "Weapons of Mass Destruction" Kenmore Mercy Hospital Grand Rounds (2001)
  • "Weapons of Mass Destruction" South Buffalo Mercy Hospital Grand Rounds (2001)
  • "Weapons of Mass Destruction" Buffalo General Hospital Emergency Department Grand Rounds, (2001)
  • "SOF Medical Training Strategy in the 21st Century" Advanced Technology Applications to Combat Casualty Care Symposium (1996)
  • "Disaster Site Management" Department of Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds (1995)
  • "Expeditionary Hospital" CINC Surgeon’s Conference (1995)
  • "Future Technologies in EMS" National Association of EMS Directors Annual Meeting (1995)
  • "Medical Operations in Haiti" Field Medicine Conference (1995)
  • "Special Operations Medical Training in the 21st Century" National Defense Preparedness Association Conference, National Defense Preparedness Association (1995)
  • "Emergency Resuscitation in a Forward Surgical Team" Field Medicine Conference (1994)
  • "Disaster Medicine Field Operations" Disaster Medical Issues in America Conference (1993)
  • "Hurricane Andrew Panel/DoD Lessons Learned" Disaster 93 Conference (1993)
  • "Military Role in Domestic Disasters" National Disaster Medical System Annual Conference (1993)
  • "Military-civilian EMS Cooperation" National Association of EMS Directors Annual Meeting (1993)
  • "Logistics for Field Medical Teams" Disaster 92 Conference (1992)
  • "Medical Disaster Response Training Course" Federal Medical Response to Local Disasters (1992)
  • "Strategies for Rapidly Mobilizing Disaster Personnel" Fourth International Conference on Emergency Medicine (1992)
  • "Operation Just Cause 1990, DOD in Operation Desert Storm 1991" Triservices Symposium on Emergency Medicine (1990)
  • "Strategic Approach to the Difficult Airway" Third International Conference on Emergency Medicine (1990)
  • "Disaster Management Panel" Triservices Symposium on Emergency Medicine (1985)
  • "Utilization of a Three Dimensional Model for Medical Disaster Training" Fourth World Congress on Emergency and Disaster Medicine (1985)
  • "Site Management of a Multiple Casualty Incident" Physicians Assistants Refresher Course (1984)
  • "Fatalities from Volcanic Activity" Second World Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine (1981)
  • "Disaster Tracking Workshop/Plenary Session Panel" National Disaster Medical System Annual Conference
  • "Emergency Management of the Poisoned Patient" Family Practice and Emergency Medicine Conference
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Service Activities:
  • US Ski Patrol (2005)
  • Western NY Region EMS Advisory Committee; Chair, Disaster Subcommittee; Chair (2000–2003)

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Contact Information

Department of Emergency Medicine
462 Grider
Buffalo, NY 14215
Phone: 716-898-3525
Email: wdice@buffalo.edu


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