Welcome to the

WildCat EM Residency

The faculty and I believe that this residency will provide you with some of the best and strongest learning environments in the field of Emergency Medicine. My job as Program Director is to be the facilitator and guarantor on your way to becoming a superb Emergency Physician. Your role will be that of a professional, with a desire to learn while providing excellent and compassionate care.

Residency is not always an easy strait to travel and there are a myriad of obstacles to navigate before reaching the final destination. We will do this together.  It is my job to make sure you get there; a job I take very seriously. Let us be always mindful of the fact that we must keep high expectations of ourselves and others; this will lead us to be ever-working to achieve excellence in ourselves and for our patients.

I wish you success in your residency as a starting point of a wonderful and fulfilling career.

Resident Resources

  1. The EM Resident Handbook has been compiled for your convenience as a reference for general information, program requirements, and rotation goals and objectives.  Click here to access the EM Resident Handbook.
  2. The Residents’ “Unofficial Resident Handbook” provides unique ED and Rotation tips for residents.
Resident Wellness
ACLS Teaching
Contacting of Supervising Faculty
Covering Floor Codes
Policy of Moonlighting
Res Work Environment and Duty Hours
Resident Fatigue Policy
Supervision and Progression of Responsibility
Transfer of Care & Patient Handover
Clinical Competency Committee Description and Responsibilities
Program Evaluation Committee Description and Responsibilities
EM Policy on Residents’ Professional Development Funds
Policy Authorization to Obtain and Utilize Images
Consent Form for Video or Photo
EM Hands-Off Policy
Policy on How to Log Procedures
Policy on How to Obtain Asynchronous Credit

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