Sean P. Hardy, MD, ACEP, UHM
Dr. Sean Hardy completed his undergraduate education at the University of Texas at Austin, where he received a bachelor’s of arts degree in biology. He received his medical degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas. Internship and residency training followed, at Louisiana State University Hospital/Charity Hospital’s emergency medicine program. Upon graduation from residency Dr. Hardy underwent fellowship training in undersea and hyperbaric medicine, also at LSU. Additional certifications followed completion of the NOAA diving medical officer and UHMS diver medical examiner courses, FEMA incident command systems training and the Department of Homeland Security Basic and Advanced SWAT courses.
Dr. Hardy serves as a clinical instructor of medicine and the Associate Director of the Emergency Department at LSU Health Science Center. He is an attending physician within the LSU wound care and hyperbaric medicine clinic and takes hyperbaric medicine call in one of the increasingly diminishing 24/7 programs in the U.S. Dr. Hardy sits on several university medical school committees. Among related academic and professional appointments, he is a member of the American Association of Diving Contractors Committee on Evacuation of Injured Divers, he is the LSU Diver Medic Technician assistant course director and instructor, is medical director of the New Orleans Police Emergency Response Medical Team and is a member of the NBDHMT DMT update course faculty and author of the Invasive Skills Chapter in the third edition of ‘Daugherty’s Field Guide for the Diver Medic’.
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