Bradley Butler,  MD, FACEP

Bradley Butler, MD, FACEP

Emergency Medicine Physician
Medical Specialty: Emergency Medicine
Certification: American Board of Emergency Medicine
Language(s): English, Spanish

Personal History and Interests

A native of Phoenix, Bradley Butler, MD, FACEP received his Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education/Biology as well as his medical degree from University of Arizona (UA) in Tucson. He completed post-graduate training in Emergency Medicine at Maricopa Medical Center in Phoenix. Dr. Butler is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine and has authored and co-authored several peer-reviewed publications. He is a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians (FACEP).

Dr. Butler is an associate professor of emergency medicine at UA College of Medicine- Phoenix. He serves as clinical faculty, seeing patients and teaching medical students in the emergency department (ED) at Carl T. Hayden Medical Center in Phoenix as well part-time in the ED at White Mountain Regional Medical Center in Springerville.

In addition to his civilian jobs with DMG and UA College of Medicine, Dr. Butler also serves as a Captain in the US Navy Reserves, having been deployed four times, including Okinawa, combat deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq, and New York City at the Javits Center in support of the COVID response in the Spring of 2020.

Dr. Butler has remained active with his alma mater, UA. He served on the UA Alumni Association Board of Directors from 2000-2006 as the representative from the College of Medicine and returned to the Board as an at-large member in 2019. His wife, Stephanie, is also a graduate from UA and their children are both fourth generation UA alumni.

Educational Background

Medical School: University of Arizona College of Medicine, Tucson
Internship: Maricopa Medical Center, Phoenix, AZ
Residency: Maricopa Medical Center, Phoenix, AZ

Conditions Treated

Abdominal pain
Asthma attacks
Behavioral health conditions
Bleeding
Breathing problems
Burns
Chronic severe medical conditions
Diabetes
Gynecology problems
Heart problems
High blood pressure (hypertension)
High fevers
Injuries
Obstetric (pregnancy) problems
Pediatric conditions
Stroke
Trauma
Wound care

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