• At A Glance
  • Education & Publications
  • Bio

    David FE Stuhlmiller, MD FACEP FAEMS CMTE received his bachelor’s degree in biology and chemistry from the Cornell University College of Arts & Sciences in Ithaca, New York in 1992 then graduated with his Doctor of Medicine degree from the Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1998. He completed his emergency medicine residency at the Indiana University School of Medicine program at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana in 2001. Dr. Stuhlmiller has practiced at MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio, University Hospital in Newark, New Jersey, Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla, New York, Newton Medical Center in Newton, New Jersey, and currently practices at RWJBarnabas Health Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway in Rahway, New Jersey. Dr. Stuhlmiller is board certified in emergency medicine and in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) medicine by the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM). Dr. Stuhlmiller has a passion for air medical services and has practiced as an air medical physician, is a past chair of the Air Medical Committee of the National Association of EMS Physicians (NAEMSP®) and currently represents NAEMSP® on the Board of Directors of the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS), is a previous chair of both the Section on Air Medical Transport of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) and the Air Medical Committee of NAEMSP®. Most recently, Dr. Stuhlmiller was the Chief Medical Officer of Air Methods Corporation in Greenwood Village, Colorado until June 2018 and currently serves as a Physician Advisor to Air Methods. None of this work would be possible without the love and support of his wife Christine Watters Stuhlmiller, Cornell University College of Agriculture & Life Sciences class of 1993, his two children Sarah (13) and Nicholas (9), and his golden retriever Snowball (3).

    Clinical Interests

    Transport Medicine: Delivery of critical care by Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and Air Medical Transport.

  • Medical School

    Temple University School of Medicine; PA; May 1998

    Residency

    Indiana University School of Medicine Emergency Medicine Residency Program; Clarian Health Methodist Hospital; IN; June 2001

    Publications
    • Title:Characterization of L-arginine and aminoguanidine uptake into isolated rat choroid plexus: differences in uptake mechanisms and inhibition by nitric oxide synthase inhibitors
      Authors:Stuhlmiller DF. Boje KM
      Publisher:Journal of Neurochemistry
      Date:1995
      Issue:1
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    • Title:Adequacy of online medical command communication and emergency medical services documentation of informed refusals
      Authors:Stuhlmiller DF. Cudnik MT. Sundheim SM. Threlkeld MS. Collins Jr. TE
      Publisher:Academic Emergency Medicine
      Date:2005
      Issue:10
      Description:
    • Title:The relation of stroke admissions to recent weather, airborne allergens, air pollution, seasons, upper respiratory infections, and asthma incidence, September 11, 2001, and day of the week
      Authors:Low RB. Bielory L. Qureshi AI. Dunn V. Stuhlmiller DF. Dickey DA
      Publisher:Stroke
      Date:2006
      Issue:4
      Description:
    • Title:Music reduces patient anxiety during interfacility ground critical care transport
      Authors:Stuhlmiller DF. Lamba S. Rooney M. Chait S. Dolan, B.
      Publisher:Air Medical Journal
      Date:2009
      Issue:2
      Description:
    • Title:Appropriate and Safe Utilization of Helicopter Emergency Medical Services: A Joint Position Statement with Resource Document
      Authors:Floccare DJ. Stuhlmiller DF. Braithwaite SA. Thomas SH. Madden JF. Hankins DG. Dhindsa H. Millin MG.
      Publisher:Prehospital Emergency Care
      Date:2013
      Issue:4
      Description:
    • Title:Critical Care Transportation by Paramedics: A Cross-sectional Survey
      Authors:Raynovich W. Hums J. Stuhlmiller DF. Bramble JD. Kasha T. Galt K.
      Publisher:Air Medical Journal
      Date:2013
      Issue:5
      Description:
    • Title:Prednisone for Emergency Department Low Back Pain: A Randomized Controlled Trial
      Authors:Eskin B. Shih RD. Fiesseler FW. Walsh BW. Allegra JR. Silverman ME. Cochrane DG. Stuhlmiller DF. Hung OL. Troncoso A. Calello DP.
      Publisher:The Journal of Emergency Medicine
      Date:2014
      Issue:1
      Description:
    • Title:Paramedic Specialization: A Strategy for Better Out-of-Hospital Care
      Authors:Caffrey SM. Clark JR. Bourn S. Cole J. Cole JS. Mandt M. Murray J. Sibold H. Stuhlmiller D. Swanson ER.
      Publisher:Air Medical Journal
      Date:2014
      Issue:6
      Description:
    • Title:Paramedic Specialization: A Strategy for Better Out-of-Hospital Care
      Authors:Caffrey SM. Clark JR. Bourn S. Cole J. Cole JS. Mandt M. Murray J. Sibold H. Stuhlmiller D. Swanson ER.
      Publisher:Air Medical Journal
      Date:2014
      Issue:6
      Description:
    • Title:A Continuous Quality Improvement Airway Program Results in Sustained Increases in Intubation Success
      Authors:Olvera DJ. Stuhlmiller DFE. Wolfe A. Swearingen CF. Pennington T. Davis DP.
      Publisher:Prehospital Emergency Care
      Date:2018
      Issue:
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