Dr. Megan Street graduated cum laude from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences in 2002.  She completed a research year at Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont, IL before beginning medical school at University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio.   She completed residency (2010) and fellowship (2013) at St. Louis University/ Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital in St. Louis.  She then moved to Dallas and joined UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas/ Children's Medical Center as faculty in 2013.   She is the Associate Medical Director for the Emergency Department in Dallas.  She also serves as the ombudsman for the PEM Fellowship Program and a Faculty Advisor for the Pediatric Residency Program.  Her areas of academic interest are sedation and Emergency Management.  She enjoys mentoring residents and fellows, focusing on achieving a health work/ life balance.  She lives in Dallas with her husband and 3 children.


Medical School
UT Health Science Center at San Antonio (2007)
Saint Louis University - Dept of Pediatrics (2010), Pediatrics
Saint Louis University Medical Center (2013), Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Research Interest

  • Disaster preparedness
  • Obesity and procedural sedation
  • Transport and pre-hospital care


Featured Publications LegendFeatured Publications

A Fixed-Dose Ketamine Protocol for Adolescent Sedations in a Pediatric Emergency Department.
Street MH, Gerard JM J. Pediatr. 2014 Apr
The effect of simulation training on PALS skills among family medicine residents.
Gerard JM, Thomas SM, Germino KW, Street MH, Burch W, Scalzo AJ Fam Med 2011 Jun 43 6 392-9
An unusual cause of acute polyarticular arthritis.
Germino KW, Street MH, Caudill KA, Barenkamp SJ Clin Pediatr (Phila) 2009 Mar 48 2 220-3

Honors & Awards

  • Faculty Recognition Award
    PEM Fellows (2020)
  • Outstanding ED Resident
    Saint Louis University (2009-2010)
  • Outstanding PICU Resident
    Saint Louis University (2009-2010)

Professional Associations/Affiliations

  • American Academy of Pediatrics (2007)