Dr. Nathan M. Woltman is an assistant professor of emergency medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His area of clinical expertise is emergency medicine. Dr. Woltman serves as the associate director of the Tactical Medicine Fellowship.
His prehospital experience began as a firefighter/EMT in 1998. He has since worked in fire, emergency medical services, law enforcement, military, dive, international and disaster medicine.
Dr. Woltman completed residency training in emergency medicine at Johns Hopkins with a dedicated FAST curriculum in tactical medicine and is ACGME-fellowship trained in emergency medical services. He is an operational medical officer for the Johns Hopkins Center for Law Enforcement Medicine, actively supporting the missions of multiple federal law enforcement agencies, and currently serves as the deputy medical director for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF).
He maintains multiple active research interests, including prehospital trauma care, austere medicine, and resuscitation and critical care.