E. Stein Bronsky
Colorado Springs Fire Department & El Paso County, CO American Medical Response (AMR)
(Eric) Stein Bronsky, MD began his emergency medical career as an EMT in the early 1990s, working on ski patrol in Utah. He then worked as a paramedic in Israel for Magen David Adom (MDA), the Israeli national ambulance service before returning to the United States to attend medical school at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. Dr. Bronsky completed residency training in Emergency Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) in Richmond, VA and continued onto complete EMS fellowship training VCU, under the guidance of Dr. Joseph Ornato. Dr. Bronsky has been in Colorado Springs, CO for 14 years. During his early years in Colorado, he served as the medical director for Memorial Star Transport Service (ground and air) and was the assistant medical director for the Colorado Springs Fire Department. He was also the medical director for, and a co-founder of, the Memorial Health Systems (now University of Colorado Health) adult and pediatric critical care ground transport teams. He currently works as an Emergency Medicine physician for Centura Health hospitals in Colorado Springs, as well as for Vail Health in Vail, CO. He is currently Co-Chief Medical Director for the Colorado Springs Fire Department, CSFD Community Paramedic Program (CARES program), mobile integrated mental health teams (Community Resource Teams – CRT), El Paso County American Medical Response (AMR) ambulance service, and El Paso-Teller County 9811 Authority.