- Company: Tufts University School of Medicine
- Phone: 413 794 5439
- Fax: 413-794-3987
- Website: www.linkedin.com/in/bill-mcgee-md-mha
Specialties & Experience
General Specialties: Critical Care Medicine and Hospitalist
Specialty Focus: Patient Safety, Shock, Critical Care, Vascular access, Central venous catheterization, SEPSIS, Intensive Care, Respiratory Failure, Resuscitation, Infectious disease, Nosocomial Infection, Iatrogenic Complications, Post operative infections, complications and death.
Education: BA, Dartmouth; MD, NY Medical College; MHA, Clark University
Years in Practice: 29
Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs: 9
William T. McGee is a specialist in critical care medicine with interests in hemodynamic physiology, trauma, brain injury, ARDS, vascular access (pulmonary artery catheterization), sepsis, nutrition, and nosocomial pneumonia. Dr. McGee has published over 100 papers, chapters and abstracts and has been the principal investigator for clinical trials evaluating the efficacy and safety of new treatments for severe sepsis and MRSA pneumonia. Presently his primary focus is on functional hemodynamics, physiologic optimization and the safety of central venous access. Dr. McGee was the lead enroller and an author on the paper that reported the outcome of linezolid versus vancomycin for the treatment of MRSA pneumonia. Early in his career he was a finalist for the Cecil Lehman Mayer Research Award from the American College of Chest Physicians for his work examining the utility of pulmonary artery catheterization in the critically ill. He was awarded the Internal Medicine Specialty Award at the Society’s 29th Scientific Symposium for research that was ultimately published in the Journal of American Medical Association later that year. [Patient characteristics and ICU organizational factors that influence frequency of pulmonary artery catheterization JAMA 2000; 283:2559.] Dr. McGee developed the “Physiologic Optimization Program” and has published several papers on its use and the care of the critically ill. [J Inten Care med 2009; Nov-Dec 24(6):352.] His copyrighted algorithm described in these papers has been distributed world-wide as a pocket card in 11 different languages. He is the editor of the second and third (current) editions of the Quick Guide to Cardiopulmonary Care published by Edwards Critical Care Education and widely used throughout the world. His research on the safe length of central venous catheters comprised of several articles.