Roy L Johnson, III, MD

Title:
Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine
Address:
88th Mdos/Sgoe, 4881 Sugar Maple Dr, Wright Patterson AFB, OH 45433-5529
Phone:
937-257-0770

Professional Training and Experience

PGY1:
Specialty: Transitional Internship
Location: Wilford Hall Medical Center, Lackland AFB, TX, and Keesler Medical Center, Keesler AFB, MS, (2005-2006)

Residency:
Specialty: Emergency Medicine Residency
Location: San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium, Wilford Hall Medical Center, Lackland AFB, TX, and Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, TX, (2006-2009)

Publications/Research

Journal Publications:

Nasir JM, Durning SJ, Johnson RL, Haigney MC. Symptomatic Hypervagotonia in a Highly Conditioned Athlete. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine. 2006;17:70-71.

Poster Presentations:

Johnson RL, Lairet JR, et al. Pressure Infusion Comparison Through the EZIO Intraosseous Needle Using a Belmont FMS 2000 Rapid Infusion Device and Conventional Pressure Bag in the Proximal Humerus and Proximal Tibia of a Swine Model – an Interim Analysis. 2009. Emergency Medicine Scientific Session of the Annual Meeting of the Society of Air Force Clinical Surgeons

Johnson RL, Durning SJ, Nasir JM, Haigney MC.  Syncope due to Hypervagotonia in a Highly Conditioned Athlete.  2005 District of Columbia ACP Chapter Meeting.

Nasir JM, Cation L, Johnson RL, Durning SJ.  The Scholarly Productivity of the Society of Air Force Physician’s Meeting.  2005 Society of Air Force Physicians Annual Session.

Textbook Chapters:

Johnson RL, Lawrence LL. Pediatric Airway Management. In: Essential Emergency Medicine for the Healthcare Practitioner, 2ed.  Elsevier Health Sciences, 2007.

Johnson RL, Lawrence LL. Pediatric Analgesia and Sedation. In: Essential Emergency Medicine for theHealthcare Practitioner, 2ed.  Elsevier Health Sciences, 2007.

Krebs CM, Johnson RL. Theophylline Intoxication. In: Essential Emergency Medicine for the Healthcare Practitioner, 2ed.  Elsevier Health Sciences, 2007.

Capra J, Johnson RL. Cyanide Intoxication. In: Essential Emergency Medicine for the Healthcare Practitioner, 2ed.  Elsevier Health Sciences, 2007.

Education History: 

Medical School: Uniformed Services University School of Medicine (2005)

Undergraduate: United States Air Force Academy (1993)

Professional

Professional Affiliations/Memberships: 

American College of Emergency Physicians – Member, Government Services Chapter (2004-present)

American College of Emergency Physicians – Member, Emergency Medical Services – Young Physicians Section (2009-present)

American Academy of Emergency Medicine – Fellow, 2010 – present, Member (2007-present)

San Antonio Emergency Medicine Residency Alumni Association – Member (2006-present)

Awards/Recognition: 

Professional:

  • Fellow American Academy of Emergency Physician (2010-present)
  • President, San Antonio Emergency Medicine Alumni Association (2008-2009)
  • Selected Best Poster Presentation, 2009 Emergency Medicine Scientific Session of the Annual Meeting of the Society of Air Force Clinical Surgeons  

Residency:

  • Chief Resident (2009)
  • Officer of the Year (2008-2009)
  • Outstanding Medical Student Educator

Military:

  • Honor Graduate, Air Base Ground Defense Command Course
  • Air Force Commendation Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster
  • National Defense Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster
  • Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
  • Air Force Humanitarian Service Medal
  • Air Force Organizational Excellence Award
  • Air Force Longevity Service Award with Oak Leaf Cluster
  • Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon with Oak Leaf Cluster
  • Air Force Training Ribbon
  • Air Assault Badge

Undergraduate:

  • Dean’s List at the AFA for academic performance
  • Commandant’s List at the AFA for military performance
  • Superintendent’s List for at the AFA combined military and academic performance
  • National Collegiate Heavyweight Boxing Champion (1993)
  • Four-time collegiate All-American Boxer (1990-1993)
  • Captain, AFA Boxing Team (1993)
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