Grant Nelson, MD
Grant Nelson is a graduate of Wayne State University School of Medicine, Ascension St. John Medical Center Emergency Medicine residency, and Wayne State University's Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship in Detroit, MI. He has helped start two successful Emergency Medicine ultrasound programs and has received multiple teaching awards. He completed ABEM's focused practice designation in advanced emergency medicine ultrasound (FPD-AEMUS) as well as the National Board of Echocardiography's Critical Care Echo boards, and is the current Emergency Ultrasound Director for Desert Regional Medical Center and director of the DRMC/HDMC Clinical Ultrasound Fellowship.
His professional interests revolve around advancing point-of-care ultrasound and medical education through the application of emerging technologies such as virtual reality, augmented reality, and artificial intelligence.
Nicholas Glover, DO
Nicholas Glover graduated from Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, CA. Drawn to the beautiful weather and hiking opportunities of Palm Springs, CA, he found his way to Desert Regional Medical Center for his Emergency Medicine Residency and subsequently stayed for an Ultrasound Fellowship. He created the Emergency Medicine Medical Spanish Elective during residency, the @drmcpocus instagram page during fellowship, and continues to build upon these projects.
Dr. Glover aims to broaden the use of ultrasound in resources limited settings, encourage and facilitate the use of medical Spanish to strengthen connections with the local Coachella Valley population, and expand ultrasound guided procedural skills in the ER.