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Andrew Nyce, MD


Assistant Dean for Graduate Medical Education (GME) A headshot photo featuring Dr. Andrew Nyce.

Andrew L. Nyce, MD, is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Assistant Dean for Graduate Medical Education at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU). After graduating from the Pennsylvania State University, he attended Jefferson Medical College where he earned his MD. He was a member of the founding class of the Emergency Medicine Residency Program at Cooper University Hospital and joined as a faculty member at Cooper immediately after residency. Over the past 20 years, he has served as the EM Director of Undergraduate Medical Education, EM Program Director for a decade and is currently the Vice Chairman of the Department where he concentrates on education and ED operations. He has earned multiple teaching awards in addition to being awarded membership to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. Dr. Nyce has published on educational innovations, ED throughput and ED patient experience.  He has also presented nationally on various educational topics and innovations and served on multiple committees for CORD EM.  He remains passionate and committed towards undergraduate and graduate medical education and serves on the GMEC at Cooper.  His primary focus is program director development, program/resident performance improvement and building a GME patient communication curriculum.  He enjoys speaking on orthopedic emergencies, bedside communication skills and leads a senior resident curriculum designed to assist residents as they transition out of residency to independent practice.