Nicholas George, MD

Credentials: Clinical Instructor
Med Flight Fellow

Pronouns: he/him/his



Undergraduate: Loyola University Maryland
Medical School: University of Maryland
Residency: University of Pittsburgh – Chief Resident
Fellowship: University of Pittsburgh – EMS

A native of northern New Jersey, Dr. George has been continuously involved in prehospital care since he was 16 years old. He began his career as a volunteer firefighter and emergency medical technician and has since held multiple local and regional EMS leadership roles. Most recently he served as an assistant medical director for the City of Pittsburgh Bureau of EMS, Fayette EMS, and STAT MedEvac while completing his EMS fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center under the tutelage of Dr. Christian Martin-Gill.

Dr. George is passionate about all things helicopter EMS (HEMS) and has worked with multiple air medical services both in the United States and abroad, including Essex and Herts Air Ambulance in the United Kingdom. In addition to his clinical endeavors, Dr. George also serves as the program director for the Emergency Transport Healthcare Operations and Safety (ETHOS) Database, a product of the Association of Air Medical Services (AAMS), and works closely with the Prehospital Guidelines Consortium (PGC). Dr. George’s research interests center on prehospital critical care with a focus in air medical resources/system design, trauma care, and post-cardiac arrest resuscitation.

In his free time, he enjoys hiking with his dog Tula, rock climbing, and watching English Premier League football, specifically his beloved Arsenal.