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As a physician specially trained in emergency medicine, Michael Spigner, MD leads a team of expert health care clinicians who treat people with illnesses or injuries that could be life-threatening or pose an immediate risk to their health and well-being. Injury or illness can be caused by disease, infection, stroke, heart attack, or bodily trauma, and may include symptoms such as fevers, vomiting, bleeding, shortness of breath, dizziness, weakness and pain. She speaks with patients, obtains lab tests and imaging, such as X-rays to diagnose the injury or illness and provides necessary treatment.
Whether it is a life-threatening event, such as a heart attack, or a condition needing rapid treatment, such as pneumonia, Dr. Spigner attentively and compassionately listens to all patients to understand their health care needs and provide the most advanced medical care available.
A former firefighter and emergency medical technician, Dr. Spigner has strong clinical and research interests in strengthening continuity of emergency-related medical care, including EMS personnel, air and ground transport physicians and nurses, and emergency department clinicians.
Education & credentials
- Emergency Medicine
- Emergency Medical Services
- Hofstra-Northwell School of Medicine, Uniondale, NY
- University of New Mexico Hospitals, Albuquerque, NM
- University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH