Dr. Brantley is a recently retired emergency medicine physician following a 32 year career.
Dr. Brantley completed his medical degree at Louisiana State University, School of Medicine in 1979; and a pediatrics residency at Louisiana State University Medical Center in 1982, after which he entered private practice as a solo-practitioner of pediatrics. However, while fulfilling a U. S. Army (Reserve) commitment he became interested in emergency medicine and eventually joined the American College of Emergency Physicians in 1985. Then, after becoming the medical director of the emergency department in his hometown of Rustin, Louisiana, he joined a multispecialty group practice in 1990 focusing full-time on emergency medicine.
Retiring from clinical practice in 2010, Dr. Brantley transitioned to a career in teaching, a lifelong goal of his, and followed a path that would earn him a Master of Science in Applied Anatomy from Case Western Reserve University, School of Medicine in 2012. He now serves as an Assistant Professor of Pathology in the Division of Anatomic Pathology Education, with a secondary appointment to the Department of Anatomy. He is also the Course Director of Neurological Anatomy, Applied Neuroanatomy, and Imaging Anatomy.
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