Greg Hall, MD

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Greg Hall, MD
Assistant Professor
Director of CQI

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Dr. Greg Hall was born in Texarkana, TX and grew up most of his life in the Dallas suburb of Garland.  He attended Austin College in Sherman, TX, graduating in 1981 with a B.A. in Chemistry.  He graduated from the University of Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, TX in 1989, achieving the distinction of AOA honors. He next began an Orthopedic Surgery residency at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson, MS in 1989 and completed his internship and first full year of residency.  At that point he had a change of heart and switched his residency training to Emergency Medicine, which he completed in Mississippi in 1994.  After residency, he accepted a faculty position at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and has remained a faculty member to this day.  He is an ACEP Fellow.

Dr. Hall has won the coveted Robert Fisher award for Outstanding Teacher from the EM residents twice during his tenure at UAMS and also the Red Sash award from the medical students.  He has for a number of years served as the Medical Director for the EMT/Paramedic training program in the UAMS College of Health Related Professions.  He has published several book reviews and has authored book chapters in titles such as Tintinalli’s Handbook of Emergency Medicine by Rosen et al, and Procedures in Emergency Medicine.  He has for many years represented the EM group on the hospital’s Risk Integration Committee which reviews individual cases brought to the institutions attention over issues of quality of care.  Twice he has served as the Interim Chairman of the Dept. of Emergency Medicine, first for approximately 2 ½ years in the 1999-2001 time frame and again more recently for two months prior to Dr. Seupual’s arrival to UAMS. He is currently the acting CQI director for the department.

Dr. Hall’s interest include quality of care issues and continuous quality improvement, infectious diseases, toxicology, and the training of EMTs and Paramedics.

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