Jeffrey S. Lubin, MD, MPH

Jeffrey S. Lubin, MD,  MPH
Employed by Penn State Health
Emergency Medicine

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Professor, Emergency Medicine and Public Health Sciences

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About Me

Dr. Lubin began his career at University Hospitals of Cleveland (now named University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center) in 2004, where he was the Director of EMS and Critical Care Transport and one of the academic faculty who helped create a new Emergency Medicine residency program there. He came to Hershey in 2011 as the Prehospital Division Chief and the Medical Director of Life Lion Critical Care Transport. He later assumed the role of Program Director for the Emergency Medical Services Fellowship and successfully restructured the fellowship to achieve accreditation from the ACGME in 2013. In 2017, he became a Vice Chair for the Department of Emergency Medicine and the Director of Quality and Patient Safety for the Emergency Department. With the assistance of hospital administration and departmental leaders, he was able to build a new Quality and Patient Safety program for the ED and completely revamp the education around Quality and Patient Safety received by the Emergency Medicine residents. In 2019, he became the Program Director for the combined MD/MPH dual degree program for the Penn State College of Medicine. He frequently speaks on topics that include prehospital care, education, and quality at local, regional, national, and international conferences, and has multiple on-going research projects related to these subjects.

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Professional Education


Medical School, UMDNJ - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School - 1998


Fellowship, Emergency Medical Services University of Pittsburgh Medical Center - 2004


Residency, Emergency Medicine Rhode Island Hospital (Providence) - 2002

Research Interests

  • Air Medical Transport
  • Medical Education
  • Prehospital Care
  • Quality and Patient Safety

Academic Interests

  • Air Medical Transport
  • Prehospital Care
  • Quality and Patient Safety


  • Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, Penn State Hershey Medical Center. (2014)
  • Delta Omega Honor Society Award, Multidisciplinary Public Health Program, University of Pittsburgh. (2005)
  • National Faculty Teaching Award, American College of Emergency Physicians. (2016)


  • Fellow, Academy of Emergency Medical Services
  • Fellow, American College of Emergency Physicians