Carl Berdahl

Carl Berdahl, MD, MS

Emergency Medicine

Dr. Carl Berdahl (Cedars Sinai Health System Scholar) is now an emergency physician from California. He obtained his undergraduate degree from UCLA with honors and majored in Music Performance. He earned his medical degree from Yale University School of Medicine, where he completed his thesis on “Emergency Department Computed Tomography Utilization in the United States and Canada,” and was awarded the James G. Hirsch Endowed Medical Student Research Fellowship. During residency at LA County + USC, Dr. Berdahl served as Chief Resident, where he helped create a new departmental focus on physician wellness, organizing educational modules and extracurricular activities designed to combat and prevent resident burnout. Furthermore, he spearheaded the departmental effort to analyze the efficacy of a pediatric emergency department imaging protocol for the diagnosis of appendicitis that utilized ultrasound and MRI. He also embarked on a research project using a large national dataset to analyze how emergency department workup intensity varies by patient insurance status and hospital ownership.

Dr. Carl Berdahl (Cedars Sinai Health System Scholar) is now an emergency physician from California. He obtained his undergraduate degree from UCLA with honors and majored in Music Performance. He earned his medical degree from Yale University School of Medicine, where he completed his thesis on “Emergency Department Computed Tomography Utilization in the United States and Canada,” and was awarded the James G. Hirsch Endowed Medical Student Research Fellowship. During residency at LA County + USC, Dr. Berdahl served as Chief Resident, where he helped create a new departmental focus on physician wellness, organizing educational modules and extracurricular activities designed to combat and prevent resident burnout. Furthermore, he spearheaded the departmental effort to analyze the efficacy of a pediatric emergency department imaging protocol for the diagnosis of appendicitis that utilized ultrasound and MRI. He also embarked on a research project using a large national dataset to analyze how emergency department workup intensity varies by patient insurance status and hospital ownership.

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