BMC’s Yawkey building doors are now closed as an entrance as part of our ongoing efforts to enhance our campus and provide you with the best clinical care.

All patients and visitors on our main campus must enter our hospital via Shapiro, Menino, or Moakley buildings, where they will be greeted by team members at a new centralized check-in desk before continuing to the hospital. We are excited to welcome you and appreciate your patience as we improve our facilities.


Dr. Kevin M. Ryan, MD, MBA is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Boston Medical Center/Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine. He currently serves as Medical Director for Emergency Management at BMC and also serves as Associate Medical Director for BostonEMS. After residency, he pursued a Disaster Medicine Fellowship at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and EMS Fellowship at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in North Carolina. After joining BMC, he joined the Massachusetts Medical Society Committee on Preparedness, recently completing his term as Chair and currently serves on the American Red Cross Scientific Advisory Council's Aquatics Subcommittee. He was also selected to contribute to the U.S. National Water Safety Plan working to develop a national comprehensive drowning safety plan, working as a member of the Rescue/CPR Subgroup. He is interested in prehospital care, drowning related research, and disaster medicine.
  • Departments

  • Specialties

    Emergency Medicine, EMS, Emergency Preparedness, Drowning

  • Contact

  • Primary Location

    1 Boston Medical Center Pl
    Boston, MA 02118
  • Administrative Title

    Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine; Medical Director Emergency Management; Fellowship Director EMS

  • Residency

    Boston Medical Center Emergency Medicine Residency, 2014
  • Fellowship

    Disaster Medicine, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, 2015; EMS Medicine Wake Forest Baptist Health, 2016
  • Board Certifications

    Emergency Medicine; Emergency Medical Services