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Matthew Harris, MD

Matthew Harris is a pediatric emergency medicine attending physician at Children's Hospital Colorado and an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (Emergency Medicine) at the University of Colorado. Dr. Harris completed his residency in general pediatrics at The Mount Sinai Hospital (New York, New York), followed by his first fellowship in pediatric emergency medicine (PEM) at Cohen Children's Medical Center, part of the Northwell Health System (New Hyde Park, New York). After completion of his PEM fellowship, Dr. Harris went on to become one of a handful of PEM providers in the country to matriculate into a fellowship in Emergency Medical Services and Disaster Medicine at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center (RWJ/Barnabas Health). He is an accomplished EMS physician, flight physician and tactical physician. He has been involved in EMS since 1998, having been a volunteer Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and 911 paramedic in Rockland County, New York. Dr. Harris is the Vice Chair of the Pediatrics Committee for the National Association of EMS physicians. He is triple-board certified in Pediatric, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, and EMS.

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