Steven Greenberg has been practicing anesthesiology and intensive care medicine at North Shore University Healthsystems in Evanston, IL, since 2006. He serves as assistant professor in the Department of Anesthesiology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and associate director of Surgical Critical Care at North Shore University Healthsystems in Illinois. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Medical School and continued his medical training at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in the field of anesthesiology. There, he served as chief resident of anesthesiology. After his residency, Dr. Greenberg completed his training at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA, as a critical care fellow. He is developing expertise in hemodynamic monitoring and goal directed therapy, and is presently participating in the revisions of the chapter Monitoring the Anesthetized Patient, in the upcoming 6th edition of the textbook Clinical Anesthesia. He is also lecturing both nationally and internationally on the topic of Perioperative Goal-Directed Therapy. The APSF is pleased to welcome Dr. Greenberg to the editorial board and appreciates his contributions.
A Statement by the Executive Committee of the APSF
From time to time, the Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation reconfirms its commitment of working with all who devote their energies to making anesthesia as safe as humanly possible. Thus, the Foundation invites collaboration from all who administer anesthesia, all who supply the tools of anesthesia, and all who provide the settings in which anesthesia is practiced, all individuals and all organizations who, through their work, affect the safety of patients receiving anesthesia. All will find us eager to listen to their suggestions and to work with them toward the common goal of safe anesthesia for all patients.