New ER Medical Director Named 
 
Thursday, 30 August 2007 
 
ER director 
 
Good Samaritan Medical Center is pleased to announce that Mylissa Graber, M.D., has been named Medical Director of the hospital’s Emergency Room. Dr. Graber is board-certified in emergency medicine and is a fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. Most recently, she was an emergency physician at Coral Springs Medical Center where she served for the past five years. At the hospital, she worked in a leadership capacity on numerous committees, including the Emergency Department Interdisciplinary Team, Pediatric Quality Committee and the Patient Satisfaction Committee. “We are pleased to have Dr. Graber take on this key role at our hospital,” said CEO Paul Echelard. “She is a dedicated, caring doctor with a strong commitment to quality healthcare.” Dr. Graber received a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from Brandeis University, a medical degree from the University of South Florida College of Medicine in Tampa and then completed her residency in emergency medicine at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. She serves as Vice President of the Florida College of Emergency Physicians and is editor in chief of EM Pulse, the professional organization’s news magazine. With her expertise, Dr. Graber chairs the Red Cross Emergency Health Services and is a member of the American College of Emergency Physician’s Steering Committee and Finance Committee. She was named the Florida College of Emergency Physicians William T. Haeck Member of the Year for 2006 and received the University of South Florida Fred Karl Community Service award for outstanding volunteer service.