Bonnie Arquilla DO

Bonnie Arquilla DO

Professor, Emergency Medicine

State University of New York Downstate Medical Center

Director of Emergency Preparedness, University Hospital Brooklyn

Dr. Arquilla completed medical school at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and her Emergency Medicine residency at Lincoln Hospital and Mental Health Center, Bronx New York. She board certified in Emergency Medicine and Palliative Care. She joined the Emergency Department at SUNY Downstate in 2000.  Since then she has been active in the SUNY Downstate residency educational mission.  Her area of interest has been in Disaster Medicine and Emergency Preparedness.  Dr. Arquilla is the Medical Director of Emergency Management and Disaster Medicine at SUNY Downstate and its affiliate clinics.

The New York Institute, All Hazards Preparedness (NYIAHP), was started in 2003 by Dr. Bonnie Arquilla and Dr.  Michael Augenbraun.  NYIAHP and has been grant funded since its inception.  She works collaboratively with The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, The Greater New York Hospital Association, and the New York City Emergency Management. Dr. Arquilla has extensive national and international experience in Emergency Management and Education where she provides consultation on system problems and disaster readiness to local and national governments.  Dr. Arquilla is the founder and director of the Disaster Preparedness Fellowship Program at SUNY Downstate, a non GME fellowship. Additionally, Dr. Arquilla has been both a primary and secondary grant reviewer the Centers for Disease Control. In July of 2017 Dr Arquilla became president of Academic College of International Medicine.