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Dr. Seth Wright, MD

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Education & Training

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

1985, MD

Certifications & Licensure

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LA State Medical License

Present

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MN State Medical License

Present

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MI State Medical License

Present

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PA State Medical License

Present

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TN State Medical License

Present

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VA State Medical License

Present

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AZ State Medical License

Present

NeNE State Medical License

Present

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Present

Professional Memberships

American Public Health Association

American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene

American College of Emergency Physicians

Society for Academic Emergency Medicine

Wilderness Medical Society

Awards

Commendation, Institute of Health Science Education, Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation

2012

Yale University/Johnson & Johnson Physician Scholar in International Health

2004-2005

Member, Sigma Xi Science Research Society

1997

Looksmart Editor’s Choice Award for Online Emergency Medicine Teaching Files

1997

Outstanding Consultant – Annals of Emergency Medicine

1996, 1997

Marion Laboratories Resident Presentation Award – co-winner, ACEP

1988 Scientific Assembly

Chief Resident, Dept. of Emergency Medicine, University of Cincinnati

1988–1989

Commonwealth Fund Fellow of the National Medical Fellowships, Inc.

1984

Recipient, Medical Student Research Grant, Michigan Heart Association

1982

Member, Credentials Committee – Williamson Medical Center

2011 – Present

Vice-Chairman, Judicial Council, Tennessee Medical Association 

2009-2011

Publications

Over 100 total publications

  1. Wright SW, Rosenthal A, Bromberg J, Schork A. R-wave amplitude changes during exercise in adolescents with left ventricular pressure and volume overload. Am J Card 1983;52:841-846.
  1. Lindblad B, Wright SW, Sell RL, Burkel WE, Graham LM, Stanley JC. Alternative techniques of seeding cultured endothelial cells to ePTFE grafts of different diameters, porosities and surfaces. J Biomed Mater Res 1987;21:1013-1022.
  1. Lindblad B, Wright SW, Burkel WE, Wakefield TW, Graham LM, Sell R, Stanley JC. Endothelial cell proliferation in vitro after incubation with anticoagulant and antiplatelet drugs. Artery 1988;16:15-24.
  1. Wright SW, Trott AT. Toxic shock syndrome: A review. Ann Emerg Med 1988;17:268-273.
  1. Wright SW, Trott AT. North American tick-borne diseases. Ann Emerg Med 1988;17:964-972.
  1. Chudnofsky CR, Wright SW, Dronen SC, Borron S, Wright MB. The safety of fentanyl use in the emergency department. Ann Emerg Med 1989;18:635-639.
  1. Wright SW, Dronen SC, Combs TC, Storer D. Aeromedical transport of patients with post-traumatic cardiac arrest. Ann Emerg Med 1989;18:721-726.
  1. Wright SW, Chudnofsky CR, Dronen SC, Wright MB, Borron SW. Midazolam use in the emergency department. Am J Emerg Med 1990;8:97-100.
  1. Wright SW, Hedges JR, Wright MB, Chudnofsky CR, MacCarthy EP. Oral labetalol for hypertensive urgency. Am J Emerg Med 1990;8:472-473.
  1. Wright SW, Robinson GG, Wright MB. Cervical spine injuries in blunt trauma patients requiring emergent endotracheal intubation. Am J Emerg Med 1992;10:104-109.

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In 3 words, how would patients describe your style?

Attentive, Caring, Knowledgeable

What is one thing you wish your patients did more of?

I wish my patients would ask me more questions.

What’s your favorite part about being a doctor?

My favorite part of being a doctor is the ability to help people address their health concerns.

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