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Patient Care at its Finest
The University of Kentucky is a 3-year, fully accredited Emergency Medicine residency training program, based at the A. B. Chandler Medical Center, and is approved for 12 residents per class. The most basic goal of residency education is to instruct physicians-in-training to practice in an unsupervised environment. Going several steps further, the University of Kentucky strives to train its residents to be outstanding practitioners.
As a resident in our program, you will train in our state of the art hospital with the most modern, high-technology equipments and ultrasound machines.
Join our team of rising stars in Emergency Medicine as they make their way through Wildcat EM.
The University of Kentucky College of Medicine boasts many of the leading names in Emergency Medicine.
The work we do in the UK Emergency Department is supported by the hardest working staff you'll find out there.
Promoting Educational Excellence
The ultrasound fellow will receive individual personalized training by Jacob Avila.
They will complete a full didactic program along the model of the Ultrasound Leadership Academy.
Help provide clinical pharmacy services, optimize patient care, and serve as non-physician teaching faculty for the Department and collaborates on numerous clinical projects.
We are one of only two pediatric Level I trauma centers in the state of Kentucky and have just developed a joint pediatric cardiac surgery collaboration with the University of Cincinnati.