About Michael Gerardi

Michael Gerardi is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine and Pediatric Emergency Medicine and practices clinical adult and pediatric emergency medicine. In June, 2021, he stepped down as the Director of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the Goryeb Children’s Hospital in New Jersey after 24 years. He remains as faculty in the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship and the Residency in Emergency Medicine at Morristown Medical Center in Morristown, New Jersey. 

As of September 2021, he is the Chief Medical Officer for Acute Medical Management and Mid-Atlantic Acute Care Partners which develops and staff that deliver acute and emergency care in non-hospital settings.  

He is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine.  Over the last twenty-five years has served the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) on numerous committees and task forces.  He lectures regularly throughout the United States and internationally on health policy, emergency medicine practice, pediatric emergency medicine and risk management issues. In October 2008, Dr. Gerardi was elected to the Board of Directors of ACEP and he served as President in 2014-2015. Due to the growing national crisis in mental health treatment in emergency departments, he created and was the inaugural Chair of the Coalition on Psychiatric Emergencies.