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Thomas B. Bralliar, MD, is a Staff Anesthesiologist in the Department of General Anesthesiology in the Anesthesiology Institute at Cleveland Clinic's main campus. Prior to assuming this position, Dr. Bralliar was first a clinical instructor in the Department of Anesthesiology at University Hospitals Case Medical Center, then a staff anesthesiologist at Huron Road Hospital — both in Cleveland. He is board-certified in anesthesiology by the American Board of Anesthesiology; he is also board-certified in basic life support and advanced cardiac life support.
Dr. Bralliar received his medical education at the University of Tennessee School of Medicine, then completed an internship and residency in anesthesiology at Huron Road Hospital. He is licensed to practice medicine in the states of Ohio and Tennessee.
His professional activities are largely focused on student education and governmental affairs. They include membership in the Ohio State Medical Association, where he is on the Legislation Committee; the American Society of Anesthesiologists, where he serves on the Committee on Residents and Medical Students and the Committee on Anesthesia Care Team; and the Ohio Society of Anesthesiologists, where he is Chairman of the Governance Committee, while serving as well on Legislative Internships and Governmental Affairs Committee, (chairman of governance committee). During recent years, he received recognition awards from the Society for Education in Anesthesia, the Ohio Society of Anesthesiologists, and the ASA Board of Directors. Over the years, Dr. Bralliar has also participated in in-service lectures as well as invited lectures and scientific presentations.
Dr. Bralliar is a fellow of the American College of Anesthesiology and diplomate of the American Board of Anesthesiology in Anesthesia, Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support.
education, general anesthesia, residency training
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