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Department of Emergency Medicine

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Chicago Cardiac Arrest Resuscitation Education Service

CCARES is a community outreach organization co-founded by George Chiampas, DO, to increase the survival of sudden cardiac arrest victims in Chicago. The group works to educate and raise awareness of the importance of bystander CPR and AED use.

NM Scholars Program

Michael Schmidt, MD, provides a platform for high school students who show interest in medicine, to help them explore potential career paths and medical opportunities. By working with physicians and scientists, this program supports the growth and success of these students and the medical field.

Leading the Way

Abra Fant, MD, received the 2018 Associate Program Director of the Year Award for her work with the Emergency Medicine Residency program, providing support and guidance to the residents and helping them pave the way in their academic field to become our next medical pioneers.

Hustle Chicago

Christopher Richards, MD, MS, leads a team of Northwestern employees and students to monitor participant safety during this one-day event. Each year, thousands of participants complete a full or half climb up Chicago's John Hancock Center staircase to bring awareness to lung disease and promote respiratory health.

Humanitarian Assistance

Jennifer Chan, MD, MPH, leads our Global Emergency Medicine initiative and studies humanitarian technologies and crisis mapping. Her projects have included working to quickly collect information and map Libyan health facilities after civil war violence escalated there and creating a community-centered drought early warning system for vulnerable Ethiopian villages.

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