Scott D Larson, MD

Scott D Larson, MD
Scott D Larson, MD

Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine


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Contact Information

WMed
1000 Oakland Drive
Kalamazoo, MI 49008
Administrative:
Department of Emergency Medicine
269.337.6602

Scott Larson, MD, has overall responsibility for the medical staff and medical staff leadership, as well as clinical quality for the Bronson Methodist Hospital, Bronson Vicksburg Outpatient Center, and the physician practices.

Dr. Larson received his medical degree from the University of Illinois College of Medicine in 1978, and completed his residency in internal medicine at Michigan State University – Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies in 1981. He has practiced emergency medicine at Bronson Methodist Hospital since 1982. Dr. Larson is board certified in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine. He is a former medical director of the Trauma and Emergency Center and previously served as chief of staff at Bronson Methodist Hospital. Dr. Larson has also held the position of medical director for IBA Health Plans and was the Hospital's executive medical director prior to assuming his current role in November 2000.

  • Board Certification

    • American Board of Internal Medicine (Internal Medicine)
  • Education and Training

    • Residency 1981, Internal Medicine, Michigan State University
    • MD 1978, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    • BA 1971, Psychology, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
  • Research

    • Emergency Medicine
  • Publications

    • Lonowski D.J., Levitt R.A., Larson S.D. Mouse killing and carrying by Maudsley and Long-Evans strain rats Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 1975;6:629-631. doi: 10.3758/BF03337589.

    • Lonowski D., Levitt R., Larson S. Effects of cholinergic brain injections on mouse killing or carrying by rats Physiological Psychology. 1973;1:341-345. doi: 10.3758/BF03326938.

    • Lonowski D., Levitt R., Larson S. Mouse killing or carrying by male and female Long-Evans hooded rats Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 1973;1:349-351. doi: 10.3758/BF03334368.