About Us

We founded MedPAQ in 2010 after we recognized that the changing healthcare landscape would necessitate a transformation in the way emergency care is delivered during the next decade. We believe that our unique blend of talents and experience enable us to help emergency groups and hospitals effectively navigate these changes. We continue to practice full time, as we believe that gives us the right perspective from which to provide our services. MedPAQ is excited by the potential for Emergency Medicine to lead change in how health care is delivered at your institution.

Moss Mendelson, MD, FACEP
Dr. Mendelson is a residency trained, ABEM certified emergency physician who has been with Emergency Physicians of Tidewater (EPT) since graduating from residency in 1994. He currently serves as President of EPT and Chairs the Sentara Healthcare Emergency Medicine Clinical Effectiveness Council, which now includes 10 hospital-based EDs, 4 freestanding EDs and 6 independent Emergency Physician groups, accounting for over 500,000 ED visits per year. Dr. Mendelson is a former ED medical director and helped create EPT’s QA, compensation and physician expectation systems.

Michael Genco, MD, FACEP
Dr. Genco is a residency trained, ABEM certified emergency physician who joined EPT in 2000 directly after residency. He currently serves as the medical director for Sentara Belle Harbour, a freestanding ED, and as Chair of EPT’s medical director committee. He is also a member of the Sentara Healthcare EM Clinical Effectiveness Council. He served as an ED medical director at Bon Secours Maryview Medical Center, prior to Belle Harbour. Dr. Genco helped develop EPT’s QA system and the Business of Emergency Medicine Curriculum for the Eastern Virginia EM residency program.

Thomas Wagner, MD, FACEP
Dr. Wagner is a residency trained, ABEM certified emergency physician in active clinical practice since 1991. He is currently the Chief Financial Officer for Emergency Physicians of Tidewater and has experience in all aspects of reimbursement and documentation for emergency medicine. He is a former emergency department director and has served on EPT’s elected board of directors for the past 17 years. Dr. Wagner helped develop the Business of Emergency Medicine Curriculum for the Eastern Virginia EM residency program.