Emergency Medicine Residency
Become a leader in clinical and academic emergency medicine, learn to use an evidence-based approach to patient care and acquire a habit of lifelong learning in our residency program.
Where you'll train
Sentara Norfolk General Hospital
Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, the primary teaching hospital for EVMS, is home to the area's only Level I trauma center and burn trauma unit and the region's premier heart program. The hospital offers a broad range of clinical services that enhance residency training. Residents complete trauma rotations at this facility during their first two years and various intensive care unit rotations for all three years.
Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters
Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters is the only freestanding children's hospital in Virginia. With 206 beds, it is the regional pediatric referral center for coastal Virginia and northeastern North Carolina. The hospital, a Level I trauma center, is home to the area's largest and most advanced neonatal and pediatric intensive care units, as well as the state's only acute inpatient rehabilitation unit. First-year residents rotate in CHKD's ED and pediatric and neonatal ICUs, while second-year residents rotate in anesthesia and sedation services. Upper-level residents manage monthlong pediatric emergency medicine shifts.
Bon Secours Maryview Medical Center
Bon Secours Maryview Medical Center is a 346-bed acute care facility providing a variety of leading edge diagnostic and therapeutic services. High-quality imaging, da Vinci robotic surgery, advanced cardiac care, physical rehabilitation, surgical weight loss, behavioral care and maternity care are some of the services the facility provides. The hospital also houses a Primary Stroke Center, an orthopedic center and a sleep center. Residents rotate in Maryview's medical ICU annually, working with its Pulmonary and Critical Care department to deliver intensive care.
Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital
Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital is a 276-bed acute care facility offering specialized, tertiary services and the region's only Level III trauma center. It houses the Sentara Heart Center and Sleep Center and provides specialty care in orthopedics, neurosurgery and thoracic and colorectal surgery. Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital is one of the region’s accredited stroke centers. Residents complete a longitudinal trauma experience during their rotations at this busy community hospital with 53,000 annual emergency department visits.
Sentara Obici Hospital
Sentara Obici Hospital is a 168-bed, full-service hospital that provides residents of Western Tidewater with patient-centered care. The hospital integrates advanced technologies such as Sentara eCare®, the Sentara electronic medical record system, which gives doctors secure access to health information. Electronic medical records enable greater collaboration between physicians, elevating the level of care for patients at Sentara Obici Hospital where the emergency department receives 44,000 annual visits. Residents gain experience in rural and suburban emergency medicine at this hospital.