Dr. McGee is a Clinical Instructor of Emergency Medicine at Buffalo General Hospital. He completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at the University at Buffalo, including a year as Chief Resident.
As a former paramedic and firefighter, Dr. McGee maintains active involvement in regional Emergency Services. His interest include Emergency Services Health and Safety issues and EMS Medical Direction. He is an active member with the American College of Emergency Physicians and the National Association of EMS Physicians.
Education and Training:
Emergency Medicine, University at Buffalo (2009)
DO, Emergency Medicine, New York College of Osteopathic Medicine (2006)
BS, Baldwin Wallace College, Magna Cum Laude (2000)
Faculty, EMS Fellowship, SUNY, University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (2012-present)
Associate Chief of Emergency Medicine, Veterans Health Administration, Western New York (2011-present)
Attending Physician, Emergency Medicine, University Pediatric Associates, Women's and Children's Hospital of Buffalo, Kaleida Health (2010-present)
Advisor, EMS Scholarly Track, SUNY, University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (2009-present)
Attending Physician, Emergency Medicine, University Emergency Medical Services, Buffalo General Hospital, Kaleida Health (2009-present)
Clinical Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine, SUNY, University at Buffalo (2009-present)
Attending Physician, University Occupational Health, University Emergency Medical Services (2009–2010)
EMT-P/ Firefighter, Osnaburg Twp. Fire Department (1997–2002)
Awards and Honors:
Physician of Excellence (2012)
Certificate of Appreciation for Exceptional Service in the Public Interest (2009)
Outstanding Achievement Award, Department of Anatomy (2006)
Phi Sigma Alpha, National Osteopathic Honor Society (2004)
Emergency Services Health and Safety: Dr. McGee is an attending physician at University Occupational Health, providing occupational medical service to a variety of emergency services throughout Western New York. This service provides the foundation for his research interest, including identification and modification of risk factors effecting the functional health of Emergency Services Personnel.