Mario R. Colella, DO, MPH

Associate Professor

Location

  • Froedtert Hospital
  • 9200 West Wisconsin
  • Milwaukee, WI 53226

Specialties

  • Emergency Medicine

Overview

Treatments and Services

  • Critical Care Transport Medicine
  • Disaster and Operational Medicine
  • Emergency Medical Services

Patients Ages Seen

  • Infant
  • Child
  • Adolescent
  • Adult
  • Senior

Languages

  • Italian
  • English

Board Certifications

  • Emergency Medicine

Clinic Locations

Froedtert Hospital

map of clinics' locations

Biography

 

Dr. Colella is the Medical Director for Flight for Life, a CAMTS accredited air medical transport system providing service to southeastern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. Dr. Colella is also the Assistant Director of Medical Services for the Milwaukee County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) System, a national leader in EMS serving a population of approximately one million citizens. Additionally, he is a consultant for the Center for International Health developing academic EMS curriculum for international physician development and other projects.

Dr. Colella has an extensive background in EMS, technical rescue, and critical care transport that spans two decades. Prior to his recruitment to the Medical College of Wisconsin, he was an appointed faculty at the Johns Hopkins University Department of Emergency Medicine and Medical Director for their Critical Care Transport Program. Other appointments include an Emergency Services Section Physician for the United States Secret Service and disaster physician for both DMAT and USAR Teams. His academic interests include EMS, critical care transport, operational, international and disaster medicine, expert testimony and the intersection between public health and emergency care.

Education and Training

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine - Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine - Philadelphia, PA (1999)
Internship in Internal Medicine - Cook County Hospital - Chicago, IL (1999-2000)
Residency in Emergency Medicine - Medical College of Georgia - Augusta, GA (2000-2003)
Fellowship in Emergency Medical Services - Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine - Baltimore, MD (2003-2004)
Masters of Public Health in Health Policy and Management - University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, NC (2010)