Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
110 S. Paca Street, Sixth Floor, Suite 200
Education and Training
M.D.-Georgetown University School of Medicine
Residency- University of Pittsburgh Affiliated Residency in Emergency Medicine
Matriculated at Loyola College in Baltimore for his undergraduate studies. Dr. Jerrard graduated from Georgetown University School of Medicine. From there he entered into residency at the University of Pittsburgh Affiliated Residency of Emergency Medicine. Upon graduation from residency, Dr. Jerrard began his academic career at the University of Maryland. He has held various academic residency leadership positions in the Department of Emergency Medicine. He is widely pusblished and has been the recipient of numerous teaching awards.
Asthma Infectious Disease Quality Metrics
1. Olshaker J, Browne B, Jerrard D, Prendergast H, Stair T. Medical clearance and screening of psychiatric patients in the emergency department. Academic Emergency Medicine 4(2):124-128, February 1997.
2. Broder J, Jerrard D, Olshaker J, Witting M, Low risk of infection in selected human bites treated without antibiotics. American Journal of Emergency Medicine 22 (1):10-13. January 2004.
3. Jerrard D. The use of rabies immune globulin by emergency physicians. Journal of emergency Medicine 27 (1):15-19.