MS Director of Clinical Practice
Department of Emergency Medicine
Greenville Health System
Dr. Kahler is a practicing emergency medicine physician. He also serves as the Director of Clinical Practice for the GHS emergency department, and is a core faculty member for the GHS EM residency. He completed a 2 year research fellowship at Indiana University under the mentorship of Dr. Jeffrey Kline, an internationally-renowned researcher for pulmonary embolism and deep venous thrombosis. Dr. Kahler’s current research interests center around emergency department operations, quality, and efficiency. His other interests focus on resident and medical student education.
For more information, see his Curriculum Vitae.
Dr. Kahler’s research focuses on translating evidence-based medicine to active clinical practice. His aim is to improve efficiency and optimize throughput through the ED, while maintaining patient safety. His partnerships with the CUSHR faculty is aimed at interdepartmental collaboration, and he has enjoyed working with faculty from the management and statistics departments. He has submitted a PCORI grant previously with Clemson collaborators.
Optimization, Triage Patient-centered care, Cost-efficiency, Operations