Dr. Erin Noste is board certified in Emergency Medicine and Emergency Medical Services and an Associate Clinical Professor within the Department of Emergency Medicine at UCSD Hillcrest and La Jolla sites as well as El Centro Regional Medical Center. Dr. Noste is the EMS/Base Hospital Director at El Centro Regional Medical Center. Dr. Noste completed her B.S. in Biochemistry at the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2005 and her medical degree in 2010 at the University of California, Davis. She then continued her medical training with residency in Emergency Medicine at Carolinas Medical Center (2013). Following her residency training, Dr. Noste completed fellowships in Operational and Disaster Medicine (2014) and Emergency Medical Services (2015). During her time as faculty at Carolinas Medical Center she served as the Director of Global Emergency Medicine. Dr. Noste's academic interests include disaster management and response, global emergency medicine, development of EMS systems in low and middle-income countries, innovation in disaster response, and fellow, resident, medical student, and paramedic education. Currently Dr. Noste is working on an EMS development project in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania with her Tanzanian partners. She is the Medical Director for NYCMedics, a global disaster response organization. She served as the Deputy Medical Director for Team Rubicon, a disaster relief, non-profit organization from 2016 - 2021. She led the organization to become North America’s first classified Emergency Medical Team by the World Health Organization (WHO). She now works with the WHO as a clinical and technical consultant to Pacific Island Countries developing Emergency Medical Teams for disaster response. Dr. Noste was raised in San Diego and enjoys international travel and activities in the ocean.