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Medical Expert - Chadwick D. Miller, M.D.

Area of Expertise: Emergency Medicine - General/cardiovascular
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Chadwick D. Miller, M.D.

Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine

Dr. Miller's research interests are focused on cardiovascular MRI, coronary artery disease, chest pain, cardiovascular emergencies and pulmonary emboli. His most recent research has looked at ED evaluation of chest pain.


general emergencies, chest pain and cardiovascular emergencies


Chair of Emergency Medicine Named Vice President for Clinical Business Development
Dr. James W. Hoekstra, chair of Emergency Medicine at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, has been named Vice President for Clinical Business Development effective September 1, 2012. Hoekstra will continue to serve as Chair of Emergency Medicine. 

Cutting Emergency Department Costs

ScienceDaily and other national news outlets have featured the findings of Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center researcher Chadwick Miller. His study may help reduce hospital admissions and treatment costs for patients entering the ED for treatment of chest pain. 

Emergency Medicine Transitions Announced at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center announced changing roles today for two leaders in its department of emergency medicine, effective June 1, 2015. 
Medical Center Joins Clinical Trial Network
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center has received a $7 million, seven-year grant from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute of Health (NHLBI) to conduct clinical trials for the Prevention and Early Treatment of Acute Lung Injury (PETAL).
Study Shows Cardiac MRI Use Reduces Adverse Events for Patients with Acute Chest Pain
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center doctors have found that using stress cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) imaging in an Emergency Department observation unit to care for patients with acute chest pain is a win-win - for the patient and the institution.
Wake Forest Baptist Introducing New AirCare Helicopters

AirCare, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center’s critical care transportation service, will next week begin replacing its current fleet of older helicopters with three newer aircraft.

Wake Forest Baptist Providing Emergency Care at Iredell Memorial Hospital

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and Iredell Health System have established a partnership in which Wake Forest Baptist physicians and other medical professionals are providing emergency care at Iredell Memorial Hospital in Statesville.

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James W. Hoekstra, MD

Chair, Emergency Medicine

Vice President for Clinical Business Development

Area of Expertise: Emergency Medicine - General/cardiovascular
Area of Expertise: Cardiovascular Emergencies
Area of Expertise: Chest Pain

Hoekstra is the Chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine in a university-based level-one trauma center. He wrote two books: "Handbook of Cardiovascular Emergencies" in 1996 and "Handbook of Cardiovascular Emergencies, 2nd Ed.," in 2001. He is past president of the Society of Academic

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