Matthew W. Jaeger, M.D.
- Associate Professor, College of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics
- Emergency Medicine
- Emergency Medicine
Email: JaegerMatthewW@uams.edu Phone: 501-364-1050 Fax: 501-364-3480 Address: Arkansas Children's Hospital 1 Children's Way Little Rock, AR 72202
- BS, Birmingham - Southern College, 1999
- M.D., University of Alabama School of Medicine, 2003
- Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship, Emergency Medicine, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, 2007-2010
- Pediatric Residency, Pediatrics, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, 2003-2006
- Flight Doctor, Angel One Helicopter Transport Service, Arkansas Children's Hospital, 2005-2008
- Team Doctor, Sports Medicine, Arkansas Children's Hospital, 2005-2006
- Summer Research Fellow, Pediatrics, University of Alabama School of Medicine, 2000-2000
Licensure and Board Certification
- American Board of Medical Specialties, Pediatrics, Pediatric Emergency Medicine
- American Board of Medical Specialties, Pediatrics, Pediatrics
- CUMG Grant Award for $20,000, 2011
- 2013 Dean's Educational Incentive Award, UAMS,College of Medicine, 2013
- Journal Article, Jaeger M., Ambadwar A., King A., Onukwube J., Robbins J. Emergency Care of Children with Ambulatory Sensitive Conditions in the United States. Journal of Emergency Medicine 2015
- Journal Article, King A., Farst K., Jaeger M., Onukwube J., Robbins J. Maltreatment-related Emergency Department Visits Among Children 0 to 3 in the United States. Child Maltreatment 2015
- Journal Article, Abramo T., Meredith M., Jaeger M., et al. Cerebral oximetry with blood volume index in asystolic pediatric cerebrospinal fluid malfunctioning shunt patients. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine 2014 32(11):1439.e1431-1439.e1437.
- Journal Article, Sidhu N., Jaeger M. Concentrated Liquid Detergent Pod Ingestion in Children. Pediatric Emergency Care 2014 30(12):892-893.
- Journal Article, Gross, T., Marcin, J., Auerbach, M., Middlebrooks, L., Putzier, P., Jaeger, M., Abramo, T. New Technologies in Emergency Medical Services for Children. Clin Pediatr Emerg Med. 2014 15(1):67-78.
- Journal Article, Ortmann LA., Jaeger MW., James LP., Schexnayder SM. Coma in a 20-month old child from an ingestion of a toy containing 1,4-butanediol, a precursor to y-hydroxybutyrate. Pediatric Emergency Care 2009 25(11):758-60.