John R. Casey, DO, MA, FACEP, FACOEP

Emergency Medicine Residency Program Director

Hometown: Nathalie, VA
Medical School: Edward Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Residency: OhioHealth Doctors Hospital
Academic Interests: Education, Health Policy, Administrative Medicine, EMS, Anaphylaxis, Sepsis, Leadership Building, OMM, Computer systems in medicine, Psychology
Hobbies: Travel (ha!), Reading, Jogging (it’s new), Wine tasting, photography, Mac using
The Disney Institute for Leadership Excellence – 2019
The Disney Institute for Team Engagement – 2019
ALiEM Faculty Incubator – Core Mentor 2019
ALiEM Faculty Incubator – Alumni Mentor 2018
USACS Maimonides Award for Teaching Excellence — 2017
ALiEM Faculty Incubator — 2017
The Teaching Course — 2016
Fellow, American College of Emergency Physicians — 2015
Fellow, American College of Osteopathic Emergency Physicians — 2015
The Teaching Course — 2015
Emergency Medicine Physicians Clinician of the Year— 2014
Emergency Medicine Physicians Scholar — 2014
Emergency Medicine Physicians Master Clinician — 2014
American Osteopathic Foundation Outstanding Resident of the Year — 2012
Doctors Hospital Outstanding Emergency Medicine Resident — 2012
White House Champion of Change — 2012
Training in Policies Studies Fellow, American Osteopathic Association / NYCOM — 2011
Doctors Hospital Spirit of Caring Award — 2010
Osteopathic Political Action Committee – Most Politically Active Student — 2008
Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine Student Doctor of the Year — 2008
Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine Student Doctor of the Year Nominee — 2006
Paul Ambrose Leadership Scholar — 2005
Virginia Governor’s Award for Emergency Medical Services Excellence — 2004
Excellence in Emergency Medical Services Regional Award — 2004
Virginia Disaster Meritorious Service Award — 2004
Radford University Outstanding Student — 2003
Virginia Disaster Meritorious Service Award — 2002 & 2003
Barnett D, Casey J, Little A. Low Cost Escharotomy Simulation. ACOEP Innovations Research Poster Presentation. Virtual Presentation due to COVID. April 13, 2020.
Bowers K, Comp G, Kalnow A, Casey J, Fraser W, Lloyd C, Little A. Standard Video Interview Scores and Applicant Position on Residency Program List: A Correlation Study. WestJEM Volume 20, Issue 4.1 2019.
Bowers K, Shelton J, Little A, Cortez E, Kotran S, Casey J, Lowe R: A descriptive analysis of patients administered Naloxone by prehospital providers: National Association of EMS Physicians Scientific Assembly, January 12, 2018. San Diego, CA.
Bowers K, Shelton J, Cortez E, Lowe R, Casey J, Little A: (September 09, 2019) Administration of Naloxone by Prehospital Personnel: A Retrospective Analysis. Cureus 11(9): e5602. doi:10.7759/cureus.5602
Casey J, Natesan S, Schnapp B. (2019, January 7). The ALiEM Faculty Incubator: Going Further Together. [Academic Life in Emergency Medicine]. Retrieved from:
Casey J, Francescon J: Purple Urine Bag Syndrome. J Am Osteopath Assoc 2018 Oct 1; 118(10):689. PMID 30304340
Casey J: Ultrasound Gel Dispensation: OhioHealth Research Day, May 14, 2011. Columbus, OH.
Casey J, Pierce T. Cardiac Variability During Deception. Master’s Thesis accepted May 2003. Radford University, Radford, VA.
Cortez E, Casey J: 5 Important Considerations for EMS Naloxone Administration. ACEP Now, September 12, 2017.
Cortez E, Bowers, Shelton J, Little A, Lowe R, Kotran S, Casey J: Descriptive Analysis of Patients Administered Naloxone by Prehospital Providers (abstract publication), Prehospital Emergency Care 2018;22(1):139.
Dureska J, Little A, Borcherdt D, Casey J. Effectiveness of Learning Various Preloadable Video Laryngoscopy Systems. Poster Presentation: OhioHealth Research Day, May 2017. Columbus, Ohio.
Eisner L, Wallin, D Vincent A: Editor Robinson D; Reviewers Roland D Casey J, “Zone Proximal Development,” Education Theory Made Practical, Vol 2,
Kalnow A, Lloyd C, Casey J, Little A. Google Forms – A Novel Solution to Blended Learning. JETem Issue 4:2. DOI:
Overbeck M, Butts C, Casey J, “Deliberate Practice Theory,” Education Theory Made Practical, Vol 2,
Robinson M, Little A, Casey J, et. al. Effectiveness of Traditional Teaching Methods Versus the “Flipped Classroom” Model in Teaching Emergency Medicine Topics: A Prospective Study. Poster Presentation, Ohio ACEP. Columbus, Ohio; August 2018.
Quinn A, Chan T M, Sampson C, Casey J, et al. (January 03, 2018) Curated Collections for Educators: Five Key Papers on Evaluating Digital Scholarship. Cureus 10(1): e2021. doi:10.7759/cureus.2021 PMID 29531874