Paul Horvath, MD, FACEP

Paul is an Emergency Physician, Instructor of Emergency Medicine and the Physician Site Leader for the Mayo Clinic Red Cedar practice. He also serves in a number of other roles including chairing the Northwest Wisconsin Space and Capital Committee, co-chairing the Mayo Clinic Midwest Emergency Medicine Quality Committee as well as sitting on a number of other regional and health system committees. He formerly served as the Interim Chair of Urgent Care for Mayo Clinic Health System in Eau Claire from 2018-2019 and Chair of Emergency Medicine in Northwest Wisconsin from 2011-2018. His main accomplishment in those positions have been developing an integrated Emergency Medicine practice within Mayo Clinic throughout Northwest Wisconsin and leading multiple projects that have led to significant improvements in the practice and operations of the Urgent Care. Paul has been involved in many other leadership projects including development of the Midwest Admission and Transfer Center and now sits on the Transfer Quality Committee.

Paul is a member of the American College of Health Care Executives since 2015 and is a 2016 graduate of the Wisconsin Chapter’s Leadership Development Program, member of the American Association of Physician Leadership and a fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians.

Prior to his current position, Paul completed his residencies at the Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies in Kalamazoo, Michigan. After finishing his year as Chief Resident, he briefly joined Kalamazoo Emergency Associates and kept a faculty appointment at KCMS before moving to Menomonie, WI where he lives with his wife, Megan and 2 daughters, Madeline and Lily.