Vice President Clinical Affairs & Associate Medical Director
Dr. McStay is the Vice President of Clinical Affairs and Associate Medical Director for Medcor. He graduated from the Weil Cornell Medical College, completed his Emergency Medicine residency at the NYU/Bellevue Hospital Center and received his MBA from the University of Colorado. Previously Dr. McStay has served as the Chief of Emergency Services at Bellevue Hospital Center in New York City and the Chief of Operations for the Emergency Department at the University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora, Colorado, where he still practices. Dr. McStay participated in numerous disaster-related events including the complete evacuation of Bellevue Hospital after Hurricane Sandy. While in New York, Dr. McStay was the longstanding cohost of a nationally broadcast weekly radio program on SiriusXM which focused on Emergency Medicine. Dr. McStay is an expert in emergency medicine, occupational health, wilderness medicine, disaster response, clinical operations and patient safety and quality. He has completed fellowship training in clinical quality and wilderness medicine in addition to receiving his MBA.
Dr. McStay enjoys consulting with multiple Fortune 500 companies, bringing his depth of experience to bear on specific problems, particularly related to pandemic response and preparedness, workforce management, occupational health and acute and episodic care. He is passionate about improving clinical care, building resilient teams, promoting employee health and wellness and helping organizations effectively manage the safety of their workforce. Dr. McStay provides service line support for Medcor's Advanced Care Clinics, Special Operations, Health Security, and Medcor Canada.
Medcor provides health navigation through integrated services that include onsite and mobile clinics, injury triage, telemedicine, and safety staffing and training. Medcor helps employers and their employees navigate the complexities of healthcare to achieve better physical and financial outcomes across the United States and Canada.