• Faculty

    Michael  Weinstock

    Michael Weisenstock MD
    Title: Medical Director, Physician Assistant Studies
    Division: Mathematics, Computer and Natural Sciences
    Education: B.A. in Economics, Northwestern University; M.D., Ohio State University
    Office Phone: (614) 251-4320
    Email: weinstom@ohiodominican.edu

    Biography

    Dr. Michael Weinstock is Medical Director of Ohio Dominican University’s Physician Assistant program.

    Dr. Weinstock also serves as Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine of The Ohio State University’s College of Medicine, and as Attending Emergency Medicine Physician and Director of Medical Education for Mt. Carmel St. Ann’s Hospital Emergency Department, Columbus, Ohio.

    He holds a BA in Economics from Northwestern University and an MD from The Ohio State University College of Medicine. He completed his family practice residency at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. Following his first year of residency, Dr. Weinstock spent six months as a volunteer doctor in Papua New Guinea, Nepal, and the West Indies.

    A native of Canton, Ohio, Dr. Weinstock comes from a long line of physicians. His father is an ophthalmologist; both grandfathers were surgeons; and his great grandfather was a barber-surgeon in Russia.

    He is the author of several publications. Bouncebacks! Emergency Department Cases: ED Returns (August 2006), is a book encompassing 30 patients who were sent home from the ED and then returned (bounced back). His newest book, Bouncebacks: Medical and Legal (Summer 2011), is an in-depth exploration of 10 “bounceback” cases which went to jury trial or settlement with medical and legal commentary. The Resident's Guide to Ambulatory Care (6th edition, December 2008) is a handbook of management strategies for common ambulatory conditions.

    Dr. Weinstock has lectured extensively on medical topics and risk management issues and has developed a unique risk management tool: The Rule-of-Two’s. He is the author of numerous articles, including a bimonthly column for The Journal of Urgent Care Medicine, entitled Bouncebacks! and a Bouncebacks column in the Emergency Medicine Residency Association Magazine.