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​Robert Satonik, MD, FACEP

Physician Assistant Program

Specialty: Emergency Medicine and Evidenced-Based Medicine

1237 Health Professions Building
Mount Pleasant, MI 48858
saton1rc@cmich.edu
Phone: 989-774-2478
  


Dr. Satonik serves as Associate Residency Program Director for Synergy Medical Education Alliance, Attending Physician in Emergency Medicine at Covenant HealthCare in Saginaw, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Michigan State University-College of Human Medicine. He previously held positions as a Staff Physician in Emergency Medicine at Naval Hospital MCAGCC in California, General Medical Officer for the United States Navy, and Core Faculty and Clinical Faculty of Emergency Medicine at Covenant HealthCare in Saginaw.
Dr. Satonik is chair of the Undergraduate Education Committee, Program in Emergency Medicine at Michigan State University-College of Human Medicine. He participates on the MCEP Education Committee, Emergency Medicine Steering Committee, and CME Committee at Synergy Medical Education Alliance.

Education & Fellowships:
  • Residency
    • Richland Memorial Hospital
      Emergency Medicine
      South Carolina
    • Akron City Hospital
      Internal Medicine
      Akron, Ohio
  • Doctorate
    • Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine
      Medical Degree
      Rootstown, Ohio
Certifications
  • American Board of Emergency Medicine
Awards & Honors:
  • Outstanding Physician Educator in Emergency Medicine, 1999-2000 and 2000-2001
    • Saginaw Cooperative Hospitals
Memberships:
  • Council of Residency Directors
  • Society for Academic Emergency Medicine
  • American College of Emergency Physicians
  • Michigan College of Emergency Physicians
Publications:

Satonik R. Burns and cold injuries. In: Hart RG et al: Emergency and Primary Care of the Hand. Dallas, TX: American College of Emergency Physicians; 2001:249-260

Published in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Satonik R (Editorial Board member), McLean M. PEER VII: Physician's Evaluation and Educational Review in Emergency Medicine. Dallax, TX: American College of Emergency Physicians; 2006.

Dombeck T, Satonik R. The porphyrias. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America . 2005;23(3):885 - 899.

Arvanities M, Satonik R. Transdermal fentanyl abuse and misuse. American Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2002;20(1):58-59.

Abstracts: ​

Satonik R, deGuzman M, Barber K. Performance of life saving procedures using high-level hazardous materials gloves. Academic Emergency Medicine. 2002 [abstract]. 

Gammons S, Satonik R. Physician participation in wilderness medicine. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine. 2002;13:1 [abstract].

Languages Spoken
English