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Peter Antevy, MD

Peter Antevy, MD, is an EMS medical director for Coral Springs-Parkland Fire Department, Davie Fire Rescue, Southwest Ranches, and MCT Express in Florida, as well as medical director of pediatrics for Palm Beach County Fire Rescue. Antevy serves as medical director at the Coral Springs Institute of Public Safety and Broward College’s EMS program and is a pediatric emergency medicine physician at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital. He is founder and chief medical officer of Handtevy–Pediatric Emergency Standards, Inc. Reach him at peter@handtevy.com.

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Resident Eagle is a monthly column profiling the work of top EMS physicians and medical directors from the Metropolitan EMS Medical Directors Global Alliance (the "Eagles"), who represent America’s…
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  Peter Antevy MD, Ryan A. McTaggart MD, and Mahesh V. Jayaraman MD In 1975 the likelihood of dying in hospital from a heart attack was 20%. The management of an acute MI took a drastic turn in…
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