THOMAS A. BRABSON, DO, MBA, FACOEP, FACEP
Thomas A. Brabson, DO, MBA, FACOEP, FACEP, medical director, AtlantiCare Regional
Medical Center (ARMC) City Campus Emergency Center and medical director, ARMC Emergency
Medical Services (EMS).
Brabson has served in a number of leadership roles at AtlantiCare. He oversees medical
operations of ARMC's City Campus Emergency Center in Atlantic City and medical operations
of ARMC's EMS. He is a co-chairman of ARMC's Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and
is a member of nine other AtlantiCare committees.
Before joining AtlantiCare in 2003, Brabson was a faculty member of the Emergency
Medicine Residency program and director of the Division of EMS in the Emergency Department
at Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has also been an
attending emergency physician at Delaware County Memorial Hospital, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania
and Graduate Hospital of Philadelphia, City Avenue Campus.
Brabson is an associate professor for the Department of Emergency Medicine at Philadelphia
College of Osteopathic Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and was an assistant professor,
Department of Surgery, Thomas Jefferson University School of Medicine, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania. He is Board-certified in emergency medicine and holds a Certificate
of Added Qualification in emergency medical services.
Brabson's Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree is from the Philadelphia College of
Osteopathic Medicine. He attained his Master of Business Administration and Bachelor
of Science degrees at St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Brabson
did a Fellowship in emergency medical services and his residency in emergency medicine
at Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He did a rotating internship
at St. Joseph's Hospital, also in Philadelphia
Brabson has served on the Board of Directors of the ACOEP since 2001, and has held
the positions of president-elect, secretary and treasurer.