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Stephen C. Hartsell, MD

Languages spoken: English

Academic Information

Departments: Emergency Medicine - Professor (Clinical) Emeritus

Academic Office Information

Board Certification

  • American Board of Emergency Medicine (Emergency Medicine)

Research Interests

  • Emergency Medical Services
  • Air Transport
  • Airway Management
  • Public Access Defibrillators
  • Trauma Systems
  • Trauma Care
  • Burn Treatment
  • Intranasal Drug Delivery
Dr. Hartsell is an emergency physician who focuses on treatment of emergent conditions at University Hospital. He is a member of the teaching faculty at the University and educates resident physicians and medical students.

Education History

University of Utah, David Eccles School of Business
Health Sciences Leadership Development Program
Professional Medical University of Utah David Eccles School of Business
Executive Leadership Program
Certification Intermountain Health Care
Healthcare Quality/ Brent James APC
University of Utah, David Eccles School of Business.
Business Administration for Physicians
Residency Carolinas Medical Center
Emergency Medicine
Internship University of Utah School of Medicine
Internal Medicine
Professional Medical University of North Carolina School of Medicine
Research Fellow University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Department of Surgery.
Clinical Cancer Research Fellowship (NIH)
Research Fellow
Undergraduate University of North Carolina

Selected Publications

  1. Brant-Zawadzki G, Boltax J, Bott S, Chapman M, Fix M, Freeman A, Fuller M, Hartsell S, Krulewitz N, Ledyard H, Morgan M, Stephen R, Unger L, Williams W, Roginski MA, Lingenfelter E, Sloan C, Ciullo A (2020). A Guide for Caring for Patients Amidst the Novel Coronavirus Pandemic. Disaster Med Public Health Prep, 15(4), e19.
  2. Youngquist ST, Ockerse P, Hartsell S, Stratford C, Taillac P (2016). Mechanical chest compression devices are associated with poor neurological survival in a statewide registry: A propensity score analysis. Resuscitation, 106, 102-7.
  3. Madsen T, Sturges Z, Dawson M, Knapp S, Groke S, Stroud S, Hartsell S, Davis V, Bledsoe J, Barton E (2011). Characteristics of the first two years of applicants to a new emergency medicine residency program. J Emerg Med, 41(5), 539-45.