Congratulations to our new leadership team!
Join us as we congratulate Drs. Babcock, Ahn, Cheema, and Olson on these incredible accomplishments! We are so lucky and grateful to have the four of you in leadership roles making our program the best, and molding us into the future doctors we will be!
Instead of running our EM residency program, Dr. Babcock will now help coordinate the entire department, including residents, faculty & dept operations! We are so excited to see you excel in this new position!
Congratulations to our prior Associate Program Director and now new Program Director Dr. James Ahn! James also runs the Medical Education Fellowship, he’s passionate about medical education and making this program the best! We are thrilled to have James as our new PD!
Congratulations to our prior Assistant Program Director and new Associate Program Director Dr. Navneet Chema! Nav is passionate about anything tox-related and always a team player! We are so happy you’re here with us!
And congratulations to the newest member of our team, our new Assistant Program Director, Dr. Adriana Olson! Age has prior experience as an APD and is very involved with teaching and our conference curriculum. We are so happy to have you on our leadership team!
Meet Our Residents and Pets
Class of 2023
Class of 2022
Class of 2021
Meet Our Pets
Who We Are
Diversity by the Numbers
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Years off between college and med school?
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One of the oldest EM residencies in the country, teaching the EM leaders of the future
Beyond working with pre-hospital colleagues during transitions of care in the ED, our exposure to the Region XI EMS system includes everything from serving as on-line medical control to ride time.