Kevin Menes, MD

Dr. Kevin Menes is an Emergency Room Physician who was working in Las Vegas the night of the Oct. 1 shooting. The team's non-standard approach to MCI was credited in saving hundreds of lives. His interests include Resuscitology, MCI, trauma, procedures and all the aspects of prehospital care and Emergency Medicine. He is a former tactical physician with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department SWAT team. He has taught various military special forces and other groups. He has traveled to numerous locations teaching Mass Casualty Preparedness. He is currently working as a nocturnal Emergency Physician at Baylor University Medical Center. He credits his residency in Emergency Medicine at St. John Hospital, Detroit for his knowledge and experience.
 

ARTICLES

Decoding the proper triage sequence

Riding the roller coaster of MCI triage

ED triage systems fail in MCIs

Scoop & Run: Get Ready for a Massive Influx of Untriaged Patients

How One Las Vegas ED Saved Hundreds of Lives After the Worst Mass Shooting in U.S. History