Bobby Redwood, MD

Bobby Redwood MD, MPH is a graduate of the Rush University School of Medicine in Chicago (2011) and the University of Wisconsin Emergency Medicine and Preventive Residencies (2014, 2016). He works full time as an emergency and preventive medicine physician at Divine Savior Hospital in Portage, Wisconsin, and is chair of the hospital’s antimicrobial stewardship committee. Dr. Redwood also teaches resident physicians and publishes research as a clinical adjunct professor for the UW Department of Family Medicine. Recent publications include, "Reducing unnecessary culturing: a systems approach to evaluating urine culture ordering and collection practices among nurses in two acute care settings" (2018) and “Severe Sepsis Care in the Emergency Department” (2016). Outside of work, he is the immediate past president of the Wisconsin Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians.