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Eugene F. Reilly, M.D.
Traumatology, Surgical Critical Care and Emergency Surgery

 
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Administrative/Clinical Office:
Reading Hospital and Medical Center
6th Avenue and Spruce Streets
B Building - 4th Floor
West Reading, PA 19611
Administrative Assistant: Pauline Keys
Administrative Telephone: 484-628-4884
Administrative Fax: 484-628-4880
Patient Appointments:
484-628-4879

eugene.reilly@readinghealth.org

 

Dr. Reilly is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery and Associate Director, SICU at Reading Hospital. He did his General Surgery Residency at Abington Memorial Hospital and completed a fellowship in Traumatology and Surgical Critical Care at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in 2009.

 

 
Faculty Appointments
2009 - present Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery
Perelman School of Medicine
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
2009 - present Section of Traumatology and Surgical Critical Care
The Reading Hospital and Medical Center
West Reading, Pennsylvania
 
Hospital and Administrative Appointments
2009 - present Health System Clinician
Reading Hospital and Medical Center
West Reading, Pennsylvania
 
2007 - present Active Surgeon
Reading Hospital and Medical Center
West Reading, Pennsylvania
 
2009 - present Attending Surgeon
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
2009 - present Active Surgeon
Penn Presbyterian Medical Center
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
Education/Training
1993 - 1997 B.S. West Chester University - Chemistry & Biology
West Chester, Pennsylvania
 
1998 - 2002 M.D. Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
Postgraduate Training and Fellowship Appointments
2002 - 2007 Resident in General Surgery
Abington Memorial Hospital
Abington, Pennsylvania
 
2007 - 2009 Fellow in Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
Department of Surgery
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
 
Memberships/Societies
2009 - present Association of Chest Physicians
 
2009 - present Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
 
2008 - present Society of Critical Care Medicine
 
2004 - present American College of Surgeons
 
2002 - present Jefferson Medical College Alumni Association
 
1998 - 2004 American Medical Association
 
Research
August, 1997 – August 1998
Summer, 1999
Clinical Data Analyst
IBAH, Inc., Blue Bell, PA 
  • New Drug Applications filed with FDA for Pfizer’s Trovan (trovafloxacin) and Zyvox (linezolid)
  • Wrote original programs in the SAS computing environment to analyze statistical data
 
Spring, 1996 Research Assistant
University of Pennsylvania, Deptartment of Sports Medicine
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Selected projects and my contributions:
  • Electromyographic Study of the Glenohumeral Musculature with a BodyBlade
    • Developed the mathematical algorithm used in this study for quantifying and analyzing the EMG signal
    • Programmed the software used for EMG analysis
  • Study of Patellofemoral Pain with McConnell Taping
    • Developed a technique to obtain a radiographic axial (“sunrise”) view of the patella in a weight-bearing position
 
Publications
 
Research Publications, Peer Reviewed
(print or other media; should not include reviews)
  1. Reilly, Eugene F., Leibrandt, Thomas J, Morris, Jon B.  General Surgery Residency Program Websites: Usefulness and Usability to Resident Applicants.  Current Surgery 2004 March-April;61(2):236-240.
  2. Leibrandt, Thomas J., Pezzi, Christopher M., Fassler, Steven A., Reilly, Eugene F., Morris, Jon B.  Has the 80-Hour Workweek Had an Impact on Voluntary Attrition in General Surgery Residency Programs?  Journal of the American College of Surgeons 2006 February, 202(2):340-4.
  3. Reilly, Eugene F., Weger, Natalie S., Stawicki, S. Peter.  Vascular injury during spinal surgery.  OPUS12 Scientist, 2008;2(2):7-10.
Reviews in Peer Reviewed Research Publications
(print or other media)
  1. Reilly, Eugene F., Blansfield, Joseph, Zebley, Mark.  Spontaneous Colonic Mesenteric Hemmorrhage: An Unusual Case of Abdominal Apoplexy.  Diseases of the Colon and Rectum 2005 July;48(7):1484-6.
Abstracts, Past 3 Years
  1. Reilly, EF, Webb, SQ, McNicholas AR, Fernandez, FB.  “Priming Press Ganey:  Can a Simple Telephone Call Affect the Results?”  Society of Critical Care Medicine.  San Juan, PA.  January, 2013.
  2. McNicholas, A; Reilly, EF; Collins, T; Zavilla, J; Fernandez, FB.  “You Want To Do What?  Why decompressive craniectomy and craniotomy in elderly anticoagulated patients may not be such a bad idea.”  Society of Critical Care Medicine.  Houston, TX  January, 2012
  3. Reilly, EF; McNicholas A; Fernandez, F.  “The paradoxical survival benefit of prehospital aspirin in traumatic intracranial hemorrhage.  Et tu, Platelets?”  The American Association for the Surgery of Trauma.  September, 2012.
  4. McNicholas, A; Reilly, EF; Malka, A; Zavilla, J; Fernandez, FB; Schwab, CW.  “A Tier III Trauma Triage System Within the emergency department is effective in identifying injured geriatric patients at risk for ICU admission.”  Society of Critical Care Medicine.  San Diego, CA  January, 2011.
Editorials, Chapters and Participation in Committee Reports
  1. Reilly, Gene.  “And Then There Were Two…”  The Student Examiner May 2000: 6-7.
  2. Reilly, Gene.  “Stocks 102: Choosing The Right One.”  The Student Examiner May 2000: 10-12.
  3. Reilly, Gene.  “Stocks 101: Get Started Investing While In Medical School.”  The Student Examiner Mar. 2000: 12-14.
  4. Reilly, Gene.  “Obituary: Rigolet Storm Reilly, 10.”  The Student Examiner Dec. 1999: 18.
Alternative Media
  1. Reilly, Eugene F.  The Plastic Surgery Society of Jefferson Medical College.  2001.  <http://www.pssofjmc.com>.  (no longer online)
  2. Reilly, Eugene F.  Jefferson NoteService.  1999.  <http://24.3.111.57/frontnotes/index.html>.  (no longer online)
 
Awards, Honors and Membership in Honorary Societies
2013 RH John Pryor Award for Excellence in Teaching
 
2011 RH John Pryor Award for Excellence in Teaching
 
2011 Fellow, American College of Surgeons
 
2006 Abington Memorial Hospital, Rosenfeld Surgical Scholar
 
2006 Pfizer Inc./Impact Communications, Surgical Residents Scholarship
 
2006 Abington Memorial Hospital, Department of Surgery Teaching Award
 
2006 Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Outstanding Contribution to Surgical Education
 
2005 American Medical Association, Physician’s Recognition Award in CME
 
2004 American College of Surgeons, Resident Award for Exemplary Teaching
 
2004 ACS Metropolitan Philadelphia Chapter Young Surgeon’s Committee, AMH Representative
 
2004 Abington Memorial Hospital, Department of Surgery Teaching Award
 
2004 Philadelphia Society of Surgeons, Resident Paper Competition, Award Winner
 
2003 Abington Memorial Hospital, “Shoot for the Stars” nursing recognition, 2-time recipient

Dr. Eugene Reilly

 
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