Philosophy of Care
Dr. Sandrock believes in a patient-driven and centered approach that focuses on holistic care, including family support, alternative therapies, religion, lifestyle practices, cultural practices and other modalities in conjunction with conventional therapies.
Dr. Sandrock has clinical interests in respiratory infections, community-acquired and viral pneumonia, and ICU-acquired infections. His research interests include emerging infectious diseases at the animal and human interface, particularly respiratory infections such as avian influenza, SARS, and other diseases acquired by humans.
Medical Director, Medical Preparedness Network
Yolo County Health Officer
M.P.H., University of Lund, Lund, Sweden, 2004
B.A., Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1992
American Board of Internal Medicine, Critical Care Medicine, 2006
American Board of Internal Medicine, Infectious Disease, 2005
American Board of Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Disease, 2003
American Thoracic Society
Infectious Disease Society of America
Select Recent Publications:
Avdalovic M, Sandrock C, Hoso A, Allen R, Albertson TE. Epoprostenol in pregnant patients with secondary pulmonary hypertension: Two case reports and a review of the literature. Treat Resp Med, 3:29-34, 2004.
Sandrock CE, Murin S. Clinical predictors of respiratory failure and long-term outcome in black tar heroin-associated wound botulism. Chest, 120(2):562-566, 2001.
Kerlilowske K, Grady D, Rubin SM, Sandrock C, Ernster VL. Efficacy of screening mammography: A meta-analysis. JAMA, 273(2):149-154, 1995.