Matthew Strehlow, MD

Emergency medicine doctor

Bio:   Dr. Matthew Strehlow is a Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine. He received his doctorate from the University of Washington and completed his emergency medicine residency in the Stanford Kaiser Emergency Medicine Residency Program. Following completion of an international EM fellowship at Stanford, he stayed on as faculty with a focus on global health. Currently, Dr. Strehlow serves as Director of Stanford Emergency Medicine International (SEMI) and as Director SEMI's International EM Fellowship. Additionally, h is a member of the Stanford Global Health Working Group whose mission is to drive forward Stanford School of Medicine's global health agenda. Dr. Strehlow is a recognized educator both nationally and internationally focusing on emergency medicine in developing countries, cardiology, and critical care.

Emergency Department

  • 900 Quarry Road Extension
  • Stanford, CA 94304
  • Phone: 650-723-5111
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Professional Education

  • Fellow, Stanford Emergency Medicine, Global Emergency Medicine (2006)
  • Internship: Stanford University Medical Center (2003) CA
  • Residency: Stanford University Medical Center (2005) CA
  • Board Certification: Emergency Medicine, American Board of Emergency Medicine (2006)
  • Medical Education: University of Washington School of Medicine (2002) WA
  • Bachelor of Science, Pacific Lutheran University, Biochemistry (1996)
  • MD, University of Washington (2002)

Honors & Awards

  • Special Contributions to Emergency Medicine, King Saud University (2014)
  • Fellow, American College of Emergency Physicians (2011)
  • Lantern Award for exceptional and innovative performance by ED staff, National Emergency Nurses Association (2011)
  • Team Award International for development of of 1st prehospital EMS service Nepal, California Emergency Medical Services (2011)
  • Fellow, Stanford University Faculty Fellows Program (2010)
  • Malinda S. Mitchell Award for Service Quality, Stanford Hospital (2009)
  • Annual Resident Bedside Teaching Award, Stanford-Kaiser Emergency Medicine Residency (2007)
  • Annual Resident Bedside Teaching Award, Stanford-Kaiser Emergency Medicine Residency (2006)
  • Rising Star: Speaker Award, American College of Emergency Physicians (2006)
  • Outstanding Contributions in International Medical Education, Egyptian Ministry of Health (2005)

Administrative Appointments

  • Director,, Stanford Emergency Medicine International (2015 - Present)
  • Director, Stanford Emergency Medicine International Fellowship (2015 - Present)

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