Oregon Health & Science University
Program Director: David Jones MD
Program Coordinator: Kim Regner
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening Year: 2021
Effective Date: 08-16-2021
Deadline to Apply
The Oregon Health & Science University Emergency Medicine Program has an opening at the PGY2 level starting immediately. OHSU is a well-established three-year, fully accredited Emergency Medicine program with eleven residents per year and is the only Emergency Medicine Residency Program in Oregon. Residents rotate at six different hospitals giving experience in academic medicine, community medicine, rural critical access care, at the Portland VA, and within a closed system. Within those experiences, residents spend time at two different children’s hospitals. For more information about the program, please see emergencyresidency.com or https://pdxem.com/. Applicants should have completed at least one year in an ACGME accredited training program to be considered and must be within good standing if currently in training. All specialties will be considered although preference will be given to applicants with prior or current emergency medicine training. All application materials must be submitted electronically. 1. Cover letter stating interest in our program and reason for leaving a current program (if currently in training) 2. Updated Curriculum Vitae. 3. Three letters of recommendation (one of which MUST be from current or former program director) 4. Medical School transcript 5. USMLE or COMLEX Transcript 6. Medical School Performance Evaluation. 7. ECFMG certificate (if appropriate) Application materials and additional questions can be directed to: Kim Regner, Sr. Education Manager email@example.com
Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency (HAEMR) at Mass General Brigham
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