Emergency Medicine Saint John has launched a resuscitative transesophageal echo (TEE) program. Faculty members are receiving their training through the PoCUS Fellowship TEE research study, supervised by Dr. Kavish Chandra and Dr. Rawan Makhdom. The clinical protocols and machine upgrades have been implemented by Saint John’s Point of Care Ultrasound and Fellowship Director, Dr. David Lewis. For more information visit: https://sjrhem.ca/emsj-transesophageal-echo-tee-protocol/

Integrated Family Medicine Emergency Medicine R1 Dr. Jack Scobie setting up a TEE probe