Charles M. Andrews, MD, FACEP


Charles M. Andrews, MD, FACEP

Physician in Charleston, SC
NPI #1982866265

Charles Martin Andrews, MD, FACEP

Dr. Charles M. Andrews is an associate professor of neurosurgery and emergency medicine. He is board certified in emergency medicine and neurocritical care. He is currently the program director of the Neurocritical Care Fellowship at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). Dr. Andrews received his medical degree from the University of Cincinnati and then moved to Charleston where he completed his residency in emergency medicine, serving as chief resident his final year. He completed fellowship training in neurocritical care at MUSC. He currently practices as a full-time neurocritical care physician. His primary interests are treatment and management of neurologic emergencies. He is particularly interested in the care of patients with intracerebral hemorrhage and has been involved in multiple clinical trials investigating the efficacy of innovative treatment modalities. He is invested in medical education serving as the Neurocritical Care Fellowship director since 2014, and providing bedside education and frequent formal lectures to medical students, residents, and fellows throughout the College of Medicine.

Board Certifications: Neurocritical Care, Emergency Medicine
  • Fellowship at Medical University of South Carolina Medical Center
  • Residency at Charleston - Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC)
  • Medical School at University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

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  • Map of 171 Ashley Ave in Charleston
    MUSC Health University Medical Center
    Primary Office
    171 Ashley Ave
    Charleston, SC 29425
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    TuesdayOpen 24 Hours
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