Stephanie Midgley, MD, FPD, is the director of the Ultrasound Division and US Fellowship director. She went to medical school at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, followed by residency and US fellowship at Brown University at Rhode Island Hospital. After completion of fellowship, Dr. Midgley joined Vassar Brothers Medical Center in 2013, taking the position of director of Emergency Ultrasound. Under her guidance the division has grown to encompass additional faculty members and now teaches all point of care and clinical ultrasound for Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, Family Practice, Anesthesia, and Transitional Year residencies as well as medical students, physician assistant students, nursing, and fellow attendings.
Dr. Midgley also serves additional leadership capacities as assistant program director for the Emergency Medicine residency and liaison for Internal Medicine residency. She is also heavily involved in teaching as adjunct clinical faculty at Touro College of Osteopathic School of Medicine and Marist College Physician Assistant School. Outside of work she is a mother to two children, wife, and avid crossfitter. She also loves swimming, snowboarding, OCR, and SCUBA diving.