Two CPH physicians earn status as American College of Emergency Physicians Fellows
POTSDAM -- St. Lawrence Health System congratulates Justin MacKinnon, MD, FACEP, and Julie Vieth, MBChB, FAAEM, FACEP, who have both been elected as Fellows of the American College of Emergency Physicians (FACEP).
Designation as an FACEP is an honor indicating that an emergency physician's education and training, professional qualifications, and ethical conduct have passed a rigorous evaluation and have been found to be consistent with the high standards established and demanded by ACEP.Dr. MacKinnon and Dr. Vieth are emergency medicine physicians with St. Lawrence Health System’s Canton-Potsdam Hospital. They have both penned various publications, been involved in research, and given presentations to the medical community as well as to the public. Dr. MacKinnon started working with St. Lawrence Health System in 2015, and Dr. Vieth started in 2016.
Dr. MacKinnon earned his medical degree at the State University of New York Upstate Medical University, and underwent his residency at Albany Medical Center, where he was chief resident. For more information on him, visit https://www.stlawrencehealthsystem.org/providers/justin-mackinnon.
Dr. Vieth earned her medical degree at the University of Leeds, United Kingdom, and underwent her residency at Georgetown/Medstar Washington Hospital Center, where she was also the chief resident. For more information on her, visit https://www.stlawrencehealthsystem.org/providers/julie-vieth.