Vice Chair and Chief Emergency Medicine,
Brigham Health and Massachusetts General Hospital
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Dr. Lobón attended medical school at the University of Cantabria Faculty of Medicine in Santander, Spain. He completed his residency training in Emergency Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical and Beth Israel Medical Centers in New York. After residency, Dr. Lobón joined Medicines du Monde and was stationed in Kenya and Somalia as a field physician and chief medical officer for East Africa operations.
Dr. Lobón is a course director for the International Emergency Department Leadership Institute, developing and teaching the master-level course (Continued Executive Education), which explores topics central to the global challenges in Emergency Department management and leadership and formulates future strategies for the advancement of Unscheduled Emergent Care. Dr. Lobón is the past president of the Massachusetts College of Emergency Physicians (MACEP). Dr. Lobón has extensive experience in Emergency Medicine operations and management with several peer-reviewed published articles. Most recently, Dr. Lobón’s area of management and research has focused on the integration of transitions of care across health care systems from community to academic centers working collaboratively with other disciplines and leaders to rationalize efficiency and financial models of population management.