Gregory T. Guldner
M.D., M.S., FACEP
Dr. Guldner at Riverside Community Hospital in 2012.
|Born||Gregory Todd Guldner|
28 July 1967
|Education||Colorado State University (Undergraduate), Purdue University (Graduate), Stanford University Medical School (Medical School)|
|Known for||Long Distance Relationships: A Complete Guide|
|Relatives||Amy Guldner, Gavin Guldner, Jeffery Guldner, Dixie Guldner†, Claude Guldner, McKenna Guldner|
Gregory Guldner (July 28, 1967, Denver, Colorado-) is an Emergency Physican, Emergency residency director, and US Army field surgeon. He authored Long Distance Relationships: A Complete Guide and created the Emergency Medicine residency program for Riverside Community Hospital.
Early Life and Education[edit | edit source]
Gregory ‘Todd’ Guldner was born to Claude and Dixie Guldner on July 28, 1967 in Denver, Colorado. He was the second of two children. The first child was Jeffery Guldner. At the age of three, he and his family moved to Kitchener, Ontario. He lived there for 17 years and attended public schooling. After his 14 years of primary and secondary school, he attended Colorado State University and played as the team punter for 2 games. He graduated with honors in 1989. He attended Purdue University for graduate school. He worked with the Indiana State Psychiatric Hospital while working towards his degree in Clinical Psychology and Behavioral Psychology. He wrote his first book, ‘’’ Long Distance Relationships: A Complete Guide ‘’’ , as his thesis for his masters degree in Behavioral and Clinical Psychology.
Career in Medicine[edit | edit source]
Dr. Guldner was accepted at and attended Stanford University Medical School to get his M.D. He graduated with his M.D. in 1997. He completed his 3 year residency at Loma Linda University Medical Center in 2000. He proceeded to work there after finishing his program until 2011. During his time there, he was the residency director of emergency medicine for three years. In 2011, he transitioned into being a physican at Riverside Community Hospital. In 2016, he started the emergency medicine residency at that hospital, which was brand new. The hospital now has PGY1 and PGY2 residents.
Career in the U.S. Army[edit | edit source]
Dr. Guldner entered the U.S. Army in 1997 as a captain and progressed through the ranks. He was stationed at Fort Knox in 2004-2005 with the 1st Cavarly Division. In 2007, he was deployed to Iraq for Operation Iraqi Freedom. Again in 2011, he was deployed to Afghanistan for Operation Enduring Freedom. He is now a lieutenant colonel. Both times he served as a field surgeon.
Personal Life[edit | edit source]
Dr. Guldner married Amy Guldner née Leinen on May 15, 2001 in Phoenix, Arizona. They had their first child, Gavin Guldner, on February 28, 2004. They had their second child, McKenna Guldner, on April 21, 2006. They now live in Southern California.
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