Carmine Gianatiempo, MD

Carmine Gianatiempo, MD

Critical Care Medicine

 The field of critical care medicine is a multi-disciplinary team that oversees the entire care of the patient while in the Intensive care unit. It is my privilege to have the opportunity to lead my team in the management of patients during their stay in the ICU and help family members understand some of the complexities during this difficult time.  

Locations & Appointments
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Primary Areas of Practice

  • Critical Care Medicine

Other Areas of Practice

  • Hyperbaric Medicine


  • Northern Valley Anesthesiology - Team Health


    350 Engle Street Englewood, NJ 07631

    Main: 201-894-3238

About Carmine Gianatiempo

Dr. Gianatiempo is director of critical care medicine at Englewood Hospital. He is board certified in critical care medicine and internal medicine. A member of the Englewood Hospital staff for sixteen years, Dr. Gianatiempo's career has focused on the management of critically ill patients in the intensive care unit environment, which include such supportive measures as ventilatory and hemodynamic management. His clinical interests include procedures pertinent to the management of critically ill patients and have been responsible for setting forth protocols and initiatives in the ICU to improve the care of our patients, such as sepsis protocol, therapeutic temperature management for patients who suffer a cardiac arrest, blood management, and establishing protocols to prevent complications.

Dr. Gianatiempo received his MD from the University of Padua, followed by a residency at the Flushing Hospital Medical Center and a fellowship at the Mt. Sinai Medical Center. He speaks Italian and French.

Honors & Awards

2019, 2018:(201) Magazine Bergen's Top Doctors

2018, 2017: Clinical Teaching Award, Department of Medicine, Englewood Hospital

Education & Degrees

MD: University of Padua


Flushing Hospital Medical Center


Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Internal Medicine

Board Certifications

  • Critical Care Medicine (American Board of Internal Medicine)
  • Internal Medicine (American Board of Internal Medicine)


Benjamin, E., Oropello, J., Leibowitz, A., Gianatiempo, C., Iberti, T. Effects of Sodium Bicarbonate, Carbicarb and Hypertonic Saline on Resuscitability for Hemorrhagic Shock. Cr Care Med 19,4: S54. 1991

Oropello, J.M., Gianatiempo, C., Wittmann, I., Benjamin, E., Iberti,T.J. Plmasma D-Lactate Levels in Septic Shock. Circulatory Shock: 37,1:S31, 1991

Book Chapter: Shander, A; Rijhwani, T; Nemani, N; Gianatiempo, C: “Anemia and Blood Conservation in the Critically Ill Patient” in Transfusion Free Medicine and Surgery; Blackwell Publishing, 2005

Book Chapter: Shander, A; Rijhwani,T; Gianatiempo, C: “New Concepts in Oxygen Transport”, in Perioperative Transfusion Medicine, Lippincott Williams & wilkins, 2006.

Case Presentation: M. Abadian Sharifabad, C. Gianatiempo, S. Gharibshahi; “Pneumocephalus Secondary to Pneumothorax Via V-Pleural Shunt”, International Journal of Clinical Practice, 2006

Shander, A., Javidrazi, M., Gianatiempo, C., Et. Al.: Outcomes of Protocol-Driven Care of Critically Ill Patients for Whom Blood Transfusion Is Not an Option, Critical Care Medicine 2016 vol 10

Book Chapter: Shander, A., Gianatiempo, C., Goodnough, L.T.: “Transfusion Medicine in Critical Care”, in Critical Care, Lange Series