One of the oldest EM residencies in the country, teaching the EM leaders of the future
A top priority is serving the South Side community both at work and through our community outreach programs.
At the busiest trauma center in Chicago, we care for blunt and penetrating trauma patients throughout our 3 years.
With a structured 3-year curriculum and our enthusiastic faculty, rolling the Ultrasound into the room becomes second nature.
We value diversity in all senses of the word! We believe that the best residents are those that can learn from each other because of their differences.
A dedication to MedEd amongst all faculty and our amazing MedEd fellows, makes UME and GME a core theme throughout residency.
At the Northshore Center for Simulation and Innovation, residents practice rare but critical procedures and focus on communication and leadership during resuscitations.
From global HIV and Syphilis screening, to a growing medication assisted opioid treatment, we strive to address the social determinants that dictate out patients' health.
We work along-side flight nurses and medics to transport critically ill patients of all ages by ground and air.
Our Global EM faculty support EM education internationally, while ensuring our residents get the global EM training and mentorship necessary to their own future careers.
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.
Making a large ED run smoothly requires skill and innovation. Residents partner directly with leadership to make the changes that are needed to adapt to our current circumstances.
Working in the Peds ED and PICU of Comer Children's Hospital provides residents with exposure to high-volume general and critically-ill medical/trauma pediatric care.