Brian Pennington, MD

Board Certified Emergency Medicine

Brian Pennington, MD


Dr. Pennington completed his Emergency Medicine training at Wright State University/Wright Patterson AFB. He served in the United States Air Force throughout residency and was stationed at Wright Patterson Air Force Base following residency. During his time as a military physician, he deployed to Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan and completed additional training in Critical Care Air Transport.

Prior to joining Emergency Medicine Specialists, Dr. Pennington worked as faculty for the Wright State University Department of Emergency Medicine residency program. He completed a fellowship in Point-of-Care Ultrasound through the Ultrasound Leadership Academy and served as the ultrasound director for the residency program. He continues to pursue his interest in residency education, specifically ultrasound education, as faculty and ultrasound director for the Grandview Medical Center emergency medicine residency.

Education:
Residency, Wright State University Integrated Residency in Emergency Medicine, 2013
MD, Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, 2010
BS, Walsh University, 2006

Licensure:
Board Certified in Emergency Medicine, Licensed to practice in Ohio

Academic Appointments:
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Ultrasound Director, Grandview Medical Center, Ohio University
Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Boonshoft School of Medicine, Wright State University

Personal: Enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters and most outdoor activities including outdoor grilling