Dr Bruce Campbell

Dr Bruce Campbell (BPsych, MD, FACEM, FACEP, FAAEM) is currently the Emergency Department Director at Hedland Health Campus, WA and also the Pilbara Regional FACEM. Prior to this, Bruce was an Emergency Consultant and an Emergency Staff Specialist at a range of QLD Hospitals.

Bruce completed his initial medical training in the USA and spent his early career as an Emergency Physician in a number of Nevada Hospitals before being promoted to Emergency Department Director in 1986. Bruce then became a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) in 1989 and has recertified a number of times since. During this time, Bruce was also the Medical Director for a number of USA Ambulance services.

Bruce moved to Australia in 2003 and became a Fellow of the Australasian College of Emergency Physicians (ACEM) in 2007. Then in 2012 Bruce became a Fellow of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine (FAAEM). In 2014 Bruce also became a Fellow of the Ultrasound Leadership Academy with Honours.

Bruce holds a number of significant positions with professional bodies including being a Diplomate for the American Board of Emergency Physicians since 1986. He was also the ACEP Deputy Ambassador to Australia (ACEM) from 2009 to 2015.

Bruce has a range of teaching experience including as Associate Professor Emergency Medicine at the University of Nevada from 1985 to 2004 and also as Associate Professor Emergency Medicine at Medix School of PA Medicine, Washington from 1996 to 2004. Bruce was also a Lecturer in Emergency Medicine at the University of Queensland and is currently involved as a FACEM consultant teaching students, residents and GP’s.