DANNY CHENG, M.D
Danny Cheng is currently an Emergency Department physician at Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu, HI. He is also a Clinical Professor at the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine, where he received his medical degree. Dr. Cheng is an alumnus of the University of California Irvine (BS Biological Sciences) and received his Masters in Public Health from UCLA. He is married to the love of his life, Jackie.
ANDREW EADS, M.D.
Andrew Eads is currently a third year Emergency Medicine Resident Physician at LA County and USC Hospital. He is a graduate of UC Berkeley (BS Chemistry) and received his Masters in Public Health from UCLA. He attended the University of California Irvine School of Medicine. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife Melissa, with whom he is expecting his first child later this year.
JAMIE ENG, M.D.
Jamie Eng is currently the EMA Administrative Emergency Medicine Fellow in Los Angeles. She attended Chicago Medical School prior to completing her residency training at LA County + USC Medical Center. She recently earned a Masters in Medical Management from the USC Marshall School of Business.
LUIS ENRIQUEZ, R.N.
Luis Enriquez is a twenty-seven-year veteran Emergency Trauma Nurse at LA County USC Trauma Center. In addition to Clinical practice he serves as an Adjunct Clinical Instructor and lecturer. He is a graduate of LA County School of Nursing and California State Polytechnic University (BS Chemistry). Luis also is part of the Volunteer faculty with Good Samaritan Medical Ministry and has taught Emergency Nursing in Vietnam for the past three years. He has two grown children, Laura and Michael, with his wife Evelyn.
ARASH KOHANTEB, M.D.
Arash Kohanteb is currently a fourth-year Senior Emergency Medicine Resident Physician at LA County/USC Hospital. He attended UCLA earning a Bachelors in Science. He received his medical degree from the Chicago Medical School after taking time to travel. Arash currently lives in Santa Monica, California.
WILLIAM “BILLY” MALLON, M.D.
Billy Mallon has been a member of the Emergency Medicine faculty at LAC+USC Medical Center for over 2 decades, including 10 years as the Emergency Medicine Residency Director. As an educator he has won numerous teaching awards locally and nationally for his teaching style which is direct and unfiltered. He is a past president of the California Chapter of ACEP, a Fulbright Senior Scholar (to Iceland), an AOA Faculty Inductee, and has lectured in over 20 countries on a wide variety of EM topics. Dr. Mallon has been intimately involved with the export of EM as a specialty to other countries to improve patient care. He helped to found the specialty of EM in Chile during a sabbatical year spent in South America, and he also obtained a Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene from the Gorgas’ School of Tropical Medicine in Lima, Peru. LAC+USC Medical Center has been his clinical home since 1987 when he began his internship there, followed by his EM residency, and ultimately joining the faculty in 1991.
EDWARD NEWTON, M.D.
Edward Newton, MD grew up in Montreal, Canada. He has undergraduate degrees in History (Loyola College), Microbiology (UBC) and Medicine (McGill University). He trained in Emergency Medicine at the LAC + USC Medical Center and completed a Fellowship in Medical Toxicology from 1982-1985. He then practiced at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal and returned as the Emergency Medicine Residency Training Director at LAC + USC Medical Center from 1988 to 1995. He became Vice Chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine in 1995 and Chair of the Department from 2002-2012. He currently is working in the Emergency Department at LAC + USC.
DAVE POMERANZ, M.D.
Born and raised in Reno, NV, Dave Pomeranz is currently a third-year Emergency Medicine Resident Physician at LA County and USC. He attended Cornell University and studied Civil and Environmental Engineering and subsequently lived in New York City, Colorado, New Zealand, and back to Reno. He eventually attended the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine in Los Angeles, where he still currently resides.