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Vice President of Emergency Medicine, California Pacific Medical Care
Peter Wm. Sullivan, graduated with a B.E.E., cum laude in 1966 from Santa Clara University, graduated from Stanford University with an M.S.E.E. in 1967 and received his MD at the University of California, San Francisco in 1971. He took on an Internship at San Francisco General and became a Pediatric Resident and Immunology Fellow at UCMCSF, San Francisco from 1972 through 1977. During the years from 1977 up until 1996, he worked as a Clinical Instructor of Pediatric Immunology and an Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at UCMCSF. Part of those years were spent as a Chairman and Medical Director of the Utilization Review Board at SFGH and Medical Director of Emergency Services at CPMC (California Campus Formerly Children's Hospital, SF). He also worked in the Military as an Assistant Surgeon for the National Cancer Institute in NIH in Bethesda, Maryland from 1973 to 1975. One of the many Honors Peter has received is a nomination for the Mayor's Managerial Excellence Award in 1983. His affiliations include but are not limited to a Tau Beta Pi National Engineering Fellowship, a Board Membership with the San Francisco IPA and a Provider of Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). Peter currently serves as the Vice-Chairman and Assistant Medical Director of the Department of Emergency Medicine at CPMC and has since 1992. He also is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, a member of the Utilization Management at CPMG and BTMG, a member and fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians, a Board Member of San Francisco Emergency Physicians and a member and officer of the SFMS Executive Committee. His presentations include "Faculty, Practical Office Surgery, Basic and Advanced Workshops" in the Fall Session at the American Academy of Pediatrics National Meeting in 1983, "Faculty, Office Surgery Workshops", in the Spring Session at the American Academy of Pediatrics National Meeting in 1987 and "Aids in the Emergency Department" at The Fischer-Mangold Directors Conference in 1987.