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Education & Training

  • Fellowship Program, Pediatric Surgery, 1980
    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
  • Residency Program, Surgery, 1978
    Case Western Reserve University
  • Residency Program, Surgery, 1973
    Case Western Reserve University
  • Internship Program, Surgery, 1972
    Case Western Reserve University
  • MD, 1971
    Hahnemann University School of Medicine
  • BA, Biology, 1967
    Princeton University

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Surgery/Pediatric Surgery

National Provider ID: 1063502524


Martin Eichelberger, M.D., is a pediatric surgeon and former chief of Emergency Trauma and Burn Services at Children’s National Health System. He is also affiliated with the Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC) National Resource Center, the Crash Injury Research and Engineering Network (CIREN) for children, and Safe Kids Worldwide. Dr. Eichelberger is an internationally renowned expert in the field of pediatric trauma care and injury control. He has published extensively and held visiting professorships across the United States, Latin America, Europe and Asia.

Dr. Eichelberger has received numerous commendations and awards for his pioneering efforts in the care of injured children. The National SAFE KIDS campaign, SAFE KIDS Worldwide, the EMSC Resource Center, and CIREN Project are all a direct result of his vision and persistence. His research, advocacy and leadership are surpassed only by his love for children.

Analysis of head injury admission trends in an urban american pediatric trauma center

(2005) Journal of Trauma Medicine

Assessment Triage and Early Management of Burns in children

(2006) Journal of Clinical Pediatric Medicine

Hospital and patientlevel characteristics and risk of appendiceal rupture and negative appendectomy in children

(2004) Journal of the American Medical Association

Sled Tests and CIREN data Illustrating the benefits of booster seats

(2005) International Journal of Crashworthiness