Eric Weiss MD, DTM&H

Eric L. Weiss MD, DTM&H

Dr. Weiss, a Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Infectious Diseases at Stanford University, as well as former Associate Chief of Emergency Medicine, founded The Village Doctor, a family “concierge medicine” practice in 2004 in Woodside California. He also lectures and consults internationally on emergency medicine, pre-hospital, tropical and travel medicine topics. In addition to founding the Stanford Travel Medicine Service, he developed and taught the first formal course on Travel Medicine at a United States medical school and was the Travel Medicine Director for the Stanford Student Health Center and the Stanford Alumni Association. Dr. Weiss was until recently the Medical Director for Stanford Life Flight as well as Emergency Medical Services for Stanford Hospital. He is currently the Medical Director for the Woodside Fire Department. Previously, he served as the Chief Medical Officer for MedicinePlanet, Inc., a high tech company dedicated to providing wireless health solutions to the mobile traveler, as well as the Chief Medical Officer for San Francisco International Airport where he was responsible for airport medical affairs including primary care, travel medicine, occupational health, and emergency medical services. Dr Weiss currently directs, and sees patients at, The Village Doctor, a four physician group which also offers complementary medicine such as acupuncture, physical therapy and nutritional counseling. A Fellow of both the American College of Emergency Medicine and the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Dr. Weiss is also an active member of the International Society of Travel Medicine the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene and was recently elected to the Board of the American Academy of Private Physicians. Dr. Weiss received a BS in Biological Sciences from Stanford, an MD from UCSF, completed his residency and chief residency in Emergency Medicine at UCLA, and trained at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, where he received his Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.