Sepsis Expert Witness Listings in North Carolina

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Randolph J. Cordle, MD Randolph Cordle Consulting

North Carolina
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Expert Witness, Emergency Medicine Expert Witness - Failure Diagnose, Appendicitis, Abuse, Delay, Sepsis, Resuscitation, Airway, Fever, Urgent Care, Retained, Policy, Procedure, Intussusception, Torsion, Fracture, Arrest, Meningitis, Trauma, Sedation, Myocardial, EKG, Wound, Anaphylaxis
I am a triple board certified in Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Emergency Medicine, and General Pediatrics physician with over 20 years of clinical and administrative experience. I am a Professor in both Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine. I also have Urgent Care Experience and could qualify as an expert here as well. A few highlights from my CV include US ARMY Flight Surgeon, Division Director of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Medical Director of three emergency departments, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Creator and Director, QA Director, QI Director, Pediatric Trauma Liaison, many publications, as well as authoring dozens of policies and procedures for emergency departments, hospitals, EMS agencies, and government entities. I thrive on education and love to teach as evidenced by the number of talks I have given World Wide and my engagements with both the American Board of Pediatrics and the American Board of Emergency Medicine. My experiences working with these board...
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Alan C. Heffner, MD

Charlotte, North Carolina
Critical Care Medicine Expert Witness, Emergency Medicine Expert Witness - Infection, Sepsis, Pneumonia, Shock, Airway Management, Intubation, Respiratory Failure, Pulmonary Embolus, Cardiac Arrest, Anoxic Brain Injury
Alan C. Heffner, MD, is board certified in adult critical care and emergency medicine. He has a busy high-acuity clinical practice at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, NC, where he is Professor and Co-Director of Adult Critical Care. Dr. Heffner also serves as the healthcare system Specialty Medical Director for Sepsis and Director of ECMO Services. He is well published to include authorship in UpToDate and the leading emergency critical care medicine textbooks. In addition to numerous teaching awards, Dr. Heffner is a well-recognized national speaker and instructor on acute critical illness. His special interests include severe infection, sepsis, shock, pulmonary embolus, cardiac arrest, anoxic brain injury, and emergency airway management and intubation.
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Igor Melnychuk, MD

Asheville, North Carolina
Wound Care Expert Witness, Infectious Diseases Expert Witness - Sepsis, septic shock, surgical infections, prosthetic joint infections, necrotizing fasciitis, COVID-19, endocarditis, hospital infection, pressure ulcer, bedsores, diabetic foot ulcer, leg ulcer, leg amputation, retained wound dressings, burns, nursing homes, assisted living, cause of death.
I am actively practicing Infectious Diseases and Wound Care, and have over a decade of experience in both areas. I have worked in a variety of practice settings, and am knowledgeable about corresponding standards of care. I provide expertise and have testified in both, Infectious Diseases and Wound Care. Besides being Board certified in Infectious Diseases and CMET-certified in Wound Care, I am also Board Certified in Internal Medicine. I ranked in the top 10% of doctors in training nationally, and have maintained a good knowledge of general medical topics throughout my career as a subspecialist. While being detail oriented, I am able to see the big picture of a case. I am apt at analyzing complex medical facts, synthesizing and presenting them in a digestible form to lay audience. I provide a prompt and thorough expert opinion, and my well researched reports reflect the standards of care of a given time. Languages spoken: English, Spanish, German, Russian, Ukrainian.
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Alfred A. Pirro, MD

Rutherfordton, North Carolina
Critical Care Medicine Expert Witness - ICU Management, Medication Errors, Sepsis, Resuscitation of Critically Ill Patients, Ventilator Management, Medical Chart Review and Analysis, Intubation and Extubation, Diagnostic Error Case Review, Hand-off Communication, Pharmacy and Therapeutics, Hospital Protocol Development
Twenty-two years of experience providing diagnoses and treatment services in a wide variety of settings as a critical care and hospitalist physician with 15 years as a ICU director. I have written policy and procedure; served on numerous committees including Pharmacy and Therapeutics, Patient Safety and Quality Oversight, Physician Advisor for Case Management, Code Blue/RRT, Clinical Advisory, and Morbidity and Mortality Review. My communication is clear, concise and understandable; teaching and explaining information on level with the audience. My assessments and opinions on medical malpractice and negligence cases are honest and unbiased.
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Troy Pope, MD, FACEP

Weaverville, North Carolina
Emergency Medicine Expert Witness - Sepsis, Airway, MI, Arrhythmia, Stroke, Intracranial Bleed, Meningitis, Spinal Abscess/ Hematoma, Appendicitis, Aneurysm, Dissection, Bowel Ischemia, Pulmonary Embolism, DKA, Testicular/ Ovarian Torsion, Ectopic, Fracture, Foreign Body, Overdose, Psychiatric, PA, NP, EMTALA, EMR, NC, KY
American Board of Emergency Medicine certified with 14 years of experience and continues full-time clinical work. Experience in 16 different Emergency Departments of all sizes, from tertiary care centers to small 4-room rural ED's, providing a unique perspective on standard of care decisions. Excels in communication with patients and staff. Passionately evidence-based in clinical decision making. Responsive, efficient, and easy to work with. Licensed in North Carolina, Kentucky, Oregon, California, Ohio and South Carolina. Local to North Carolina. Willing to travel. Will consider defense or plaintiff cases.
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