Department of Emergency Medicine

Department of Emergency Medicine Leadership & Faculty

Peter David Sananman, MD

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Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine
Department Director for Emergency Preparedness , Penn Presbyterian Medical Center Emergency Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
Department: Emergency Medicine

Contact information
Penn-Presbyterian Medical Center
Department of Emergency Medicine
51 North 39th Street - M01
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-662-9350
(Japanese Comparative Cultures/Psychology)
Sophia University (Tokyo), 1993.
(Post Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program)
Bryn Mawr College, 1995.
BA (Psychology)
Vassar College, 1995.
Temple University School of Medicine, 2000.
Post-Graduate Training
Resident in Emergency Medicine , MCP-Hahnemann University Hospital Drexel University , 2000-2003.
Chief Resident in Emergency Medicine, MCP-Hahnemann University Hospitals, 2002-2003.
Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Provider , 2000.
Advanced Trauma Life Support, Provider , 2000.
Base Station Medical Command , 2002.
American Board of Emergency Medicine , 2003.
ICS (Incident Command System) Courses 100, 200, 700, 800, 2009.
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Selected Publications

Peter Sananman, MD: "Helping doctors prevent painkiller abuse." Philadelphia Inquirer Letter to the Editor December 2011.

Peter D. Sananman, MD: "Disaster Preparedness", Recorded Lecture|Training Video University of Pennsylvania Written and produced by Dr. Sananman. (eds.). University of Pennsylvania Communications Department, January 2011 Notes: Training video for Emergency Department Disaster Management and Preparedness. CME credit arranged by Office of Continuing Medical Education and funding provided by Health Resources and Services Administration.

Sananman, PD : Axioms in Emergency Medicine, "Always perform a testicular exam on every male with abdominal pain." Emergency Medicine News XXIV(7): 16, July 2002.

Jaslow D, Ufberg J, Ukasik J, Sananman P: Routine carbone monoxide screening by emergency medical technicians. Academic Emergency Medicine 8(3): 288-91, March 2001.

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