Dr. Mayasy attended medical school at the University of Tishreen in Lattakia, Syria. He then did his internship and residency training in Internal Medicine at Case Western University St. Vincent Charity Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio.
Dr. Mayasy has a wide range of interests, including preoperative medicine, patient flow and hospital throughput, anticoagulation, clinical informatics, and medical education. Following residency in 2012, he became a faculty hospitalist at Cleveland County MetroHealth Medical Center where he served as Inpatient Medical Director and Assistant Director for Clinical Informatics for the Division of Hospital Medicine.
In 2014, he moved to New Mexico and became an assistant professor of medicine hospitalist at The University of New Mexico School of Medicine. He also served as Division Director for patient flow and co-director of inpatient anticoagulation services. Dr. Mayasy completed the Institute of Healthcare Improvement IHI course on patient flow and throughput. He also joined The University of New Mexico MedScholar program in 2018, an intensive program for medical educator development. In 2019, he moved to San Diego and joined the Division of Hospital Medicine at University of California, San Diego.
DYNAMIC ATRIOVENTRICULAR BLOCK: A RARE COMPLICATION OF THYROID STORM. Chiwei Chang, Abraham Guimaraes, Shadi Mayasy. Journal of the American College of Cardiology Mar 2019, 73 (9 Supplement 1) 2453; DOI: 10.1016/S0735-1097(19)33059-1
Atypical late-onset warfarin-induced skin necrosis with renal involvement: Thromb Haemost: 2017 Feb 28;117(3):639-641. doi: 10.1160/TH16-08-0646. Epub 2016 Dec 8. PubMed PMID: 27929202: Authors: Malik U, Liu J, Marquez F, Juarez K, Mayasy S.
Mayasy, S; Collins, NP; Langsjoen, J; Rankin, A. PROGRESSIVE HOSPITAL CROWDING AND ITS EFFECT ON PATIENT OUTCOMES. Abstract published at Hospital Medicine 2019, March 24-27, National Harbor, Md. Abstract 168. https://www.shmabstracts.com/abstract/progressive-hospital-crowding-and-its-effect-on-patient-outcomes
Lopez Portillo, G; Mayasy, S; Bushnaq, S. ANALYSIS OF UPPER GASTROINTESTINAL BLEED AND WEEKEND EFFECT ON LENGTH OF STAY IN A TERTIARY REFERRAL ACADEMIC HOSPITAL. Abstract published at Hospital Medicine 2019, March 24-27, National Harbor, Md. Abstract 450. https://www.shmabstracts.com/abstract/analysis-of-upper-gastrointestinal-bleed-and-weekend-effect-on-length-of-stay-in-a-tertiary-referral-academic-hospital
Awards and Honors
2017 Excellence in Medical Student Education at The University of New Mexico
2016 New Mexico Society of Hospital Medicine Golden Chapter Excellence Award
2016 Excellence in Student Education at The University of New Mexico
Best research and innovation Oct 2016 Society of Hospital Medicine New Mexico Chapter poster entitled "Why Delirious," describing a delirium prevention project for Clear Minds Protocol at The University of New Mexico Health Science Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico
2015 New Mexico Society of Hospital Medicine Silver Chapter Excellence Award
2012 Case Western Reserve University St. Vincent Charity Medical Center Best Research Award for the research project: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Severity and Mortality Risk
I am proud to be a part of UC San Diego Health Hospital Medicine because it is a diverse group of hospitalists with a wide range of interests and backgrounds who are all focused on excellent patient care.