Division of Emergency Medicine

Paul Q. Miller

MD, MHSc (Admin), FRCPC

Associate Clinical Professor, Division of Emergency Medicine, Department of Medicine


905-521-2100 Ext.


Education and Professional Standing

  • MHSc Health Administration, University of Toronto, 2007
  • FRCPC, University of Toronto, 2006
  • MD, McMaster University, 2001
  • BScH Biology and Economics, Queen’s University, 1998

Research and Clinical Interest

Dr. Miller’s academic activity focuses on administrative training for residents through the design and implementation of a new administrative curriculum for Emergency Medicine residents.

As the Emergency Department site lead at the Hamilton General Hospital, he has worked extensively on improving patient flow and redesigning the Emergency Department at HGH.

Selected Publications

  1. Abstract : Miller PQ, Dionne L, Cardoso G, Komal B. Preventing Needle Stick Injuries in Ontario Academic Health Science Centres: A Cost Effectiveness Analysis. Presented at: University of Toronto Department of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation. Research Symposium. Toronto, Ontario. May 2, 2007
  2. Holmes JF, Panacek EA, Miller PQ, Lapidus AD, Mower WR. Prospective evaluation of criteria for obtaining thoracolumbar radiographs in trauma patients. Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2003 24:1-7
  3. Holmes JF, Miller PQ, Panacek EA, Lin S, Horne N, and Mower WR. Epidemiology of Thoracolumbar Spine Injury in Blunt Trauma. Acad. Emergency Medicine, 2001; 8: 866-872