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Philip D Parks, MD, MPH, MOccH, FACOEM  
Male
Boston, MA

Specialties: Occupational Safety, Occupational Health

Cambridge Health Alliance, Harvard Medical School
Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Occupational Medicine
Medical Practice
Cambridge Health Alliance, Harvard Medical School
Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Occupational Medicine
H21 | Strategic Advisor and Research Scientist
Education
B.A., Philosophy & Medical Ethics, Davidson CollegeUndergraduate, - 1996
Masters of Occupational Health, Harvard School of Public HealthGraduate, - 2007
Masters of Public Health, Tropical Medicine, TulaneGraduate, - 2001
M.D., Tulane University School of MedicinePost Graduate, - 2001
Medical Training
Family Medicine - Naval Hospital Bremerton, WA - Internship - - 2002
Harvard School of Public Health - Occupational & Environmental Medicine - Residency - 2006 - 2008
Harvard School of Public Health - Occupational & Environmental Medicine - Fellowship - 2006 - 2008
Board Certification
2009: Board Certifed / Occupational Medicine
Affiliations
2006-2008: Clinical Research Fellow, Harvard School of Public Health
2005-2006: Sr. Medical Officer, US Navy, Naval Special Warfare Group TWO
2003-2005:        Diving Medical Officer & Undersea Medical Officer, US Navy
2010- present:    Harvard Medical School, Cambridge Health Alliance
Professional Memberships
Fellow, American College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine
Board Member, New England College of Occupational & Environmental Health
Diplomate, American Board of Preventive Medicine
Member, The American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene
Member, Undersea & Hyperbaric Medicine Society
Member, U.S. Special Operations Medical Association
Member, Wilderness Medical Society
Publications
* Parks PD, Pransky GS, Kales, SN. Iatrogenic Disability and Narcotics Addiction after Lumbar Fusion in a Worker’s Compensation Claimant. Spine. 2010;35:E549-552.

* Parks PD, Durand G, Tsismenakis AJ, Vela-Bueno A, Kales SN. Screening for Obstructive Sleep Apnea during Commercial Driver Medical Examinations. J Occup Environ Med. 2009. 51:275-282.

* Durand G, Parks PD, Kales SN. Alleged Daytime Somnolence in a Professional Driver: Approaching the Fitness for Duty Determination. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 2008, 50:1086-1088.

* Lueken R, Heffner A, and Parks P. Treatment of Severe Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Using a Portable Hyperbaric Chamber. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2006;48:319-322.

* Parks, P. The Student’s T-test, Chapter 16, In Epidemiology and Biostatistics Secrets, R. Nordness, ed. SPI Publishing, 187-197, 2006.
Recent Blog Entries

Dec 19, 2007 - 2 Comments
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