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Ambrose Wong MD, MS-HPEd, Director of Simulation Research at YCMS, is a board certified emergency physician with an interest in using healthcare simulation to improve interprofessional collaborative practice and patient-centered care.
He received his Bachelor of Science from the University of British Columbia in Microbiology & Immunology in Vancouver, Canada and attended Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri. Ambrose obtained his Emergency Medicine residency training at NYU & Bellevue Hospitals Center in New York City, serving as chief resident physician in his final year. He subsequently completed a medical simulation fellowship at NYU School of Medicine & New York Simulation Center for the Health Sciences. He recently completed a Master of Science in Health Professions Education (MS-HPEd) at Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions.
He hopes to further the field of medical simulation by performing rigorous outcomes-based research and investigating the best methods to train our next generation of health professionals and healthcare leaders.
Education & Training
|MSEd||MGH Institute of Health Professions (2016)|
|MD||Washington University School of Medicine, St.Louis (2010)|
|BSc||University of British Columbia, Microbiology & Immunology (2004)|
|Medical Simulation Fellow||NYU School of Medicine/New York Simulation Center for the Health Sciences|
|Chief Resident Physician||NYU Hospitals Center/Bellevue Hospital Center|
|Resident Physician||NYU Hospitals Center/Bellevue Hospital Center|
Honors & Recognition
Nancy T. Watts Fellowship AwardMGH Institute of Health Professions (2015)
Chief Resident(s) of the Year AwardEmergency Medicine Residents' Association (2014)