Title: Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Emergency Medicine
Company: Virginia Commonwealth University Medical College
Location: North Chesterfield, Virginia, United States
Samuel Thomas Bartle, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Emergency Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University Medical College, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in pediatrics.
Attributing his ongoing success to persistence, dedication, and a little bit of stubbornness, Dr. Bartle has made a name for himself as an advocate for the younger population. He was notably involved with developing legislation for the health of kids, including ensuring that kids get immunizations and banning cigarettes in restaurants to prevent asthmatic issues caused by smoke exposure. On the academic side of the spectrum, Dr. Bartle is known for teaching his students methods and topics that are learned more from personal experience than books. He is proud to be part of guiding the direction of healthcare for the betterment of everyone and hopes to continue on this path moving forward. He is currently lending his services as an assistant professor of pediatrics emergency medicine to Virginia Commonwealth University Medical College, where he’s worked since 2000.
To prepare for his endeavors, Dr. Bartle earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Alabama and a diploma in medicine from the American Board of Medicine in 1986 and an MD from the University of South Alabama in 1991. He then continued his training at the University of Tennessee, where he served as a pediatrics intern and resident, and at the University of Alabama, where he served as a fellow of pediatrics emergency medicine. Dr. Bartle also garnered experience as a physician at Mid-South Pediatrics Emergency Specialist and as a general pediatrician at the Health First Medical Group. Today, he ensures he keeps up with developments in his field by affiliating with organizations like the American Academy of Pediatrics and the University of Alabama Alumni Association. His interactions with the former have resulted in accolades like the Legislative Achievement Award, the Special Achievement Award, and the Fellowship in Advocacy Training Award.
When Dr. Bartle has free time, he enjoys photography, art, camping, and woodworking.
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