Emergency Medical Intelligence: What Will Save Your Life?
Online • May 7, 2013
Drawing from his direct experiences, Dr. Sidford delivers a compelling and helpful presentation to high-net-worth families and their advisers about the critical health considerations when traveling or managing multiple properties.
Tuesday, May 7, 2013 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT
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As Black Bag’s founder and medical director, Dr. Sidford provides affluent individuals and families with immediate care guidance, regardless of their location in the world. Drawing from his direct experiences, Dr. Sidford delivers a compelling and helpful presentation to high-net-worth families and their advisers about the critical health considerations when traveling or managing multiple properties. Highlights include:
• What you think you know can kill you;
• Differences in world healthcare models, emergency protocols, and facilities;
• Evacuation procedures & travel insurance—read the fine print;
• Case studies from Africa, Europe, India, USA, & the Caribbean.
Highly regarded by peers and patients alike, Dr. Christopher Sidford is a board certified physician in Emergency Medicine with over 20 years’ experience at leading medical institutions. Before founding Black Bag, he was an attending physician with the world renowned Lahey Clinic. He started his career at Boston City Hospital, where he graduated from the hospital’s “knife and gun club,” the residency program for emergency physicians.
A U.S. Navy officer, Dr. Sidford served as faculty member of the Emergency Medicine Residency training program in San Diego before traveling overseas. The Mojave Desert and the Arctic Circle were just some of the locations that challenged Dr. Sidford to teach and practice emergency medicine in remote and difficult conditions. Later, he helped to open a nuclear-, chemical-, and biological-proof hospital in Sicily. Upon returning to the United States, he joined the faculty at Brown University, where he taught emergency medicine and served as attending physician at Rhode Island Hospital and Hasbro Children’s Hospital.
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