Medical School: University of Missouri
MD Received: 2011
Emergency Medicine Residency: Standford/Kaiser Emergency Medicine 2011-2014
Board Certified in Emergency Medicine
HealthFront Physician since 2015
Dr. Eric Ladd is a board certified Emergency Medicine Physician who moved to New Mexico from San Francisco, California. Originally from Saint Louis, Missouri, Dr. Ladd received his medical degree from the University of Missouri and completed the Stanford/Kaiser Emergency Medicine Residency Program in 2014. Dr. Ladd’s previous experience includes working as a biochemistry lab technician in Columbia, Missouri and serving as a summer camp program director for Type-1 diabetic children in Varysburg, New York. He has served as Principal Investigator in a research project involving the relationship between hydration status and summit success on Mount Mckinley, Alaska and done several case presentations including subconjunctival emphysema, Kawasaki Disease, and penetrating neck and chest trauma management. In his free time, Eric enjoys spending time with his wife, Erin, as well as skiing, rock climbing, running, golf, and mountain biking.