Dr. Conrad D. Brown, Ph.D.
Dr. Brown completed his education in New York City, having gone to Queens & St. Joseph’s College, New York Medical College, Metropolitan College of New York and then left to complete his doctorate in Cambridge University graduating cum laude.
He has extensive experience in Emergency Medicine as Director for major healthcare systems in New York City, in Level 1 Academic Trauma Centers and multi-site facilities. He has built Emergency Departments, hemodialysis and critical care units, later progressing to Freestanding Emergency Departments across the country. After actively working in NYC during 911, as ED, Trauma & Critical Care Director, in a Level 1 Trauma Center, he later left to share his experiences across the country with major healthcare systems, resulting in their expansions, revenue enhancement, workforce redesign, and performance improvement.
He is an executive who is clinically detailed and administratively proficient with nursing, administration, project management, amongst other areas and have brought facilities to successful accreditations and national certifications.
Dr. Mor graduated with honors both his Bachelor of Medical Sciences and Doctor of Medicine and went on to complete an internship in Israel’s largest hospital. After completing his Emergency Medicine training in Newark, New Jersey, he started working in a few Large hospitals in New York City, and held an academic position as Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine. During his time there, he was also licensed in South America as part of a medical volunteer mission. He then went on to found his own company, M Medical, and provided Emergency Medicine services to various hospitals across the country. Dr. Mor then decided to take on a leadership role as the Medical Director and System Vice Chair for Emergency Medicine for the South Texas Health System, as well as a Medical Director role at a Micro Hospital in Indianapolis.
Dr. Mor’s vast experience in all settings of Emergency Medicine, across 3 continents, 8 states and dozens of hospitals, as well as his diverse leadership role at both large healthcare systems and smaller hospitals, has given him a unique perspective on Emergency Medicine operations, Hospital operations and their interface.