EMS Physician
EMS Physician

Assistant Director, EMS Program and Clinical Response Team

About Me

Mat Goebel is an emergency medicine physician, fellowship trained in research and EMS, at Mercy Medical Center. His research interests include EMS, STEMI, cardiac arrest, EKGs, cybersecurity, natural language processing, data visualization, and applications of machine learning.

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  • Emergency Medical Services Fellowship

    UMass Chan Baystate

  • Emergency Medicine Research Fellowship

    UMass Chan Baystate

  • Certificate in Clinical and Translational Research

    Tufts University

  • Emergency Medicine Residency

    UMass Chan Baystate

  • Doctor of Medicine

    UC San Diego School of Medicine

  • MAS in Clinical Research

    UC San Diego

  • Certificate in Paramedicine

    Utah Valley University

  • BA in Theatre Arts Studies

    Brigham Young University

Recent Publications
(2024). EMS Informatics: Navigating the Challenges, Seizing the Opportunities. SAEM Pulse.
(2024). Retrospective Comparison of Upper and Lower Extremity Intraosseous Access During Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Resuscitation. Prehospital Emergency Care.
(2023). A Novel Algorithm for Improving the Prehospital Diagnostic Accuracy of ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine.
Recent Talks
Recent Posts

Code to import talks to Hugo Academic

One of my challenges setting up this website was creating all my past talks. I wrote some R code to do it efficiently from a CSV. Repo found here.

How this site was made

This site was made in Rstudio using Hugo, blogdown, git, and netlify. Here are the resources I used when building the site. I mainly followed Allison Hill’s guide. She also has a number of other posts on blogdown that are helpful.

DIY Headset Instructions

If you’re looking for the DIY clearcom headset instructions, they now live here: DIY Lightweight Clearcom Headset DIY Headset Appendix: Plantronics m130

UVU Magazine

I was recently in UVU magazine article featuring graduates from the paramedic program who have gone on to pursue careers in medicine.


I’ve been active in UCSD SOM’s Emergency Medicine Interest Group’s leadership since I was an MS1. For the 2017-18 year I’ve been acting as the president – coordinating all the mentoring, events, and communication.