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Emergency Medicine

The Emergency Medicine Residency Program is thirty-six (36) months in length. The program operates on a block schedule. Each academic year consists of thirteen (13) blocks with a single block being 4 weeks / 28 days. See sample block schedule below.

During the 3-year training program, residents assume a progressive practice autonomy. Our collegial atmosphere, with continuous feedback, provides the necessary skills and confidence to practice, upon graduation, cutting edge emergency medicine independently in any environment from community hospitals to tertiary care centers. Graduates of our program are well prepared to assume strong leadership and patient advocacy roles within their communities.

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PGY1

  • Emergency Medicine (7.5 blocks)   
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine (1 block)
  • Critical Care (1 block)
  • OB / GYN (1 block)
  • Medicine Night Float (1 block / split into two half blocks)
  • Anesthesia (0.5 block)
  • Orthopaedics (0.5 block)
  • Radiology (0.5 block)

PGY2

  • Emergency Medicine (7 blocks)
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine (2 blocks)
  • Critical Care (1 block)
  • Trauma (2 blocks)
  • Pediatric ICU (1 block)

PGY3

  • Emergency Medicine (9 blocks)
  • Critical Care (1 block)
  • Emergency Medical Services (1 block)
  • Neurology / Stroke (0.5 blocks)
  • Neurosurgery / Neuro Critical Care (0.5 blocks)
  • Ophthalmology (0.5 blocks)
  • Pain Management (0.5 block)