Lead Faculty | Stop the Bleed
Eric Goralnick, MD, MS serves as Medical Director of the Brigham Health Access Center and Emergency Preparedness. He is responsible for system wide efforts to prepare, mitigate, respond, and recover from disasters in addition to coordination of all outside hospital transfers to the Brigham Health system. He is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School and is a practicing Emergency Medicine physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a Level I trauma and burn center in Boston, Massachusetts. He also serves as Medical Director of Gillette Stadium, providing medical direction for all mass gathering events including New England Patriots’ football games and concerts. He is the faculty lead for the Harvard Medical School Civilian Military Collaborative, a network of engaged professionals seeking to develop, support, and mobilize expertise in the overlapping and transferable domains of the civilian and military medical sectors.
Dr. Goralnick is an active emergency preparedness and healthcare operations management researcher authoring articles and lecturing nationally and internationally. Prior to his career in medicine, Dr. Goralnick served in the United States Navy.
Goralnick is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy, Sackler School of Medicine at Tel Aviv University, Yale New Haven Hospital Emergency Medicine residency and holds a Master of Science in Health Care Management from the Harvard TH Chan School Of Public Health.