Austin N. Indritz, M.D.
Austin N. Indritz, M.D.Occupational Health Physician
“The value that MOH physicians bring is twofold: their expertise in patient screening and patient care, and their knowledge of workplace regulations.”
Dr. Indritz continues to work as an attending physician at United and Children’s hospitals in St. Paul, and as a clinical assistant professor of medicine at the University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis
Internal medicine

Emergency medicine

Undergraduate and Master’s Degrees
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

Medical School
Mayo Medical School, Rochester, Minn.

Residency
Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis

Diplomate, Board of Certification in Emergency Medicine
Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine
Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners
Instructor, basic life support, American Heart Association
Instructor, advanced cardiac life support, American Heart Association
Pediatric advanced life support, American Heart Association
Advanced trauma life support, American College of Surgeons
Advanced cardiac life support, American Heart Association
American College of Emergency Physicians
American Association of Physician Specialists
Clinical assistant professor of medicine, Department of Family Practice and Community Health, University of Minnesota Medical School

Attending physician, United Hospital, St. Paul and St. Paul Children’s Hospital

Indritz AN, Hegarty PVJ. Problems in the choice of a representative bone for mineral analysis: Evidence from five bones of rats at two stages of development. J Anat. 1980 Sep;131:317-20.

Olness K, Yip R, Indritz A, Torjesen E. Height and weight status of Indochinese refugee children. Am J Dis Child. 1984 Jan;138(6):544-7.

Yip R, Olness K, Indritz A, Torjesen E. Height and weight status of Indochinese refugee children in comparison with U.S. reference standards. Pediatr Res. 1982 Apr;660.

Served as an investigator in three research studies related to myocardial infarction