In the Department of Emergency Medicine we have a dynamic and interactive curriculum that utilizes blended learning techniques where didactic and simulation education are combined with amazing experiential learning to allow our residents to grow into the best emergency physicians they can be.
During their first month, our Emergency Medicine interns complete a boot camp series in addition to Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, and Advanced Trauma Life Support. Boot camp sessions are highly interactive small group simulated based sessions such as our Emergency Ultrasound Course, Advanced Airway Day, Shock Day, Central Line & Chest Tube Course, and Minor Procedure Lab.
Advanced Airway Day
- Residents practice the full range of difficult airway techniques
- Award-winning faculty
- High fidelity simulation
Emergency Ultrasound Course
We teach the full breadth of Point of Contact (POCUS)
- Critical Care Echocardiography
- Regional anesthesia
- Invasive Procedural Guildance
- Every Thursday
- Features brief high impact lectures from subject matter experts both local and national
- Special sessions for M&M, team building, field trips, and symposium style modules
- Wellness lunch hour built in weekly
Small Group Simulation
- Every Thursday
- Two full hours of small group highly interactive hands-on simulation
- Custom built simulation models
- Setting is a fun local restaurant, brewery, or theme destination
- Evidence based appraisal of real patient care questions arising from our practice
- Provides our residents with a critical thinking skill set that lasts long after residency
Our clinical rotation schedule has you learning not just from our own emergency medicine award winning faculty, but from the best educators in the region including world renowned trauma surgeons.
We feature several unique rotations such as a dedicated ED based critical care rotation, interventional radiology rotation, pediatric anesthesia, pediatric sedation, neonatal ICU, and career exploration elective time