Faculty Directory

Raymond Lucas

Raymond Lucas

Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Health Affairs
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine

Office Phone: 202-741-2911
Email: Email
Department: Emergency Medicine

Education

  • BS, Oglethorpe University, 1986
  • MD, University of South Florida, 1990

Biography

Residency Training:
Residency in Emergency Medicine, University of Cincinnati

Special Interests:
Medical Education,Faculty Development,  ED administration, medical decision making, maritime medicine

Certifications:
Diplomate, American Board of Emergency Medicine

Interest Section(s)

  • Education
  • EM Administration/Operations Research

Publications

View publications by this faculty member from January 1, 2013 - present

Lucas, RL, H Farley, J Twanmoh, A Urumov, B Evans, N Olsen, H. Kabiri. Emergency Department Patient Flow: The Influence of Hospital Census Variables on Emergency Department Patient Length of Stay. Academic Emergency Medicine 2009;16(7): 597-602.

Lucas RL, H Farley, J Twanmoh, A Urumov, B Evans, N Olsen. Measuring the Opportunity Loss of Time Spent Boarding Admitted Patients in the Emergency Dempartment: A Multi-hospital Analysis. Journal of Healthcare Management. March/April, 2009; 54(2): 117 - 125.

Lucas RL, Bonifce, K, Roberts K, Kane E. Suspected Methicillin-resistant Staphylcoccus aureus Infections at Sea.. International Maritime Health. 2007;58; 93-102.

Public Access Defibrillation Trial Investigators. Public Access Defibrillation and Survival After Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest. New England Journal of Medicine August 12, 2004; 351(7): 637-46.

Additional publications published before January 1, 2013 may be available within Himmelfarb Library's database.

Industry Relationships and Collaborations

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