Due to one of our residents relocating for personal reasons, we have an unexpected opening for a PGY-2 emergency medicine resident beginning Jan 1, 2022. Our residency, located in Visalia, California, is an ACGME-accreditated 3-year program with 13 residents enrolled in each class. In addition, we have emergency medicine fellowships in ultrasound and clinical education/simulation. Kaweah Health Medical Center is a district hospital with 581 inpatient beds across the healthcare district. We are home to six residency programs and two fellowships, as well as a newly approved Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellowship. The GME program is affiliated with University of Southern California (USC). Applicants should have completed at least one year of graduate medical training in emergency medicine.
Program Director: Scott Johnson
Program Coordinator: Tara Brown
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening Year: 2021
Effective Date: 10-1-2021
Deadline to Apply: 06-30-2022
Stony Brook Emergency Medicine will have a PGY2 residency position open starting October 1st. Due to personal reasons, one of our residents will be relocating. Stony Brook EM is a 3 year ACGME accredited program located in Long Island, within 60 miles of NYC. It is the only level 1 trauma center in Suffolk County and is also a tertiary care medical center. We are committed to creating physicians who excel in patient care, teaching and research, while fostering a sense of well-being. Applicants should have successfully completed one year of residency in Emergency Medicine, and should electronically submit a letter of support from the current program director, along with the other documents listed to the program coordinator, Tara Brown at email@example.com.
Due to one of our end-of-year interns deciding to pursue training in another specialty, the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency (HAEMR) at Mass General Brigham has an unexpected PGY2 opening available immediately. HAEMR is a four-year, fully accredited program with 15 residents per year. Trainees primarily rotate at Massachusetts General Hospital (Level 1 Adult and Pediatric Trauma, Burn Center) and Brigham and Women's Hospital (Level 1 Trauma and Burn Center). Residents also spend time at Boston Children's Hospital and Newton Wellesley Hospital. Full details of our curriculum can be found on our website www.haemr.org.
Ideal applicants should:
The ideal applicant will have completed one year of emergency medicine. Applicants with training in other specialties will be considered.
All materials must be submitted electronically.
1. Updated Curriculum Vitae.
2. Three letters of recommendation (one of which MUST be from current or former program director)
4. Medical School transcript
5. USMLE Transcript
6. Medical School Performance Evaluation.
Materials and additional questions can be directed to:
Kate Chappell, Program Manager