Michael T Meyer, MD

CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF WISCONSIN SINCE 1998
Program director, Transport and Physician Referral, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
Associate professor, the Medical College of Wisconsin

Office Locations

8915 W. Connell Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53226
414-266-3360

Overview

Best Doctors 2013Dr. Meyer received his medical degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Medical School, completed his pediatric residency at Wright-Patterson Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio as a member of the U.S. Air Force in 1998, and fellowship in pediatric critical care medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2001. Dr. Meyer practiced as a pediatric intensivist in the Air Force for 7 years prior to returning to MCW and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in 2008. Since his return, he is a member of the Department of Pediatrics as an Associate Professor and as an Associate Director of the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and has other leadership roles including, the Medical Director of the CHW Transport Team and Chief, Department of Medicine for the hospital medical staff.

Certifications
Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, Pediatrics
Areas of Interest
  • Critical care
  • Medical simulation and education
  • Resuscitation
  • Transport medicine
  • Traumatic injury

Education & Awards

Education
  • 1995, UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health, MD
Residency
  • 1998, US Airforce Wright Patterson Aft Ohio
Fellowship
  • 2001, Medical College of Wisconsin
Awards
  • 2009 - present Best Doctors in America
  • 2010 - present-Top Doctors in Milwaukee
  • 2010 - The Grow Dozen: 12 Alumni making a difference in medicine. In Grow, Wisconsin’s Magazine for the Life Sciences, Summer 2010. College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • 2013 - David Lewis Outstanding Advisor of Residents-Honorable Mention. Pediatric Residency Program, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

Research & Publications

Research
  • Therapeutic Hypothermia After Pediatric Cardiac Arrest, Site Principle Investigator, NHLBI
  • The Critical Care Air Transport Program.
  • Using Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) to Design a Mobile Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation Team.
  • Feasibility of Adjunct Therapeutic Hypothermia Treatment for Hyperammoniemia and Encephalopathy Due To Urea Cycle Disorders and Organic Acidemias.
  • Pediatric and Neonatal Interfacility Transport.
  • Beyond Neonatal and Pediatric Specialized Transport: Mobile ECMO, Maternal-Fetal Transport and Other Team-Based Roles.
  • Pulmonary Embolism in Two Pediatric Patients after Severe Hepatic Trauma.

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