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What are some of the top Emergency Medicine Hospitals in the United States? And where?

by tom44 on March 10, 2013

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Question by : What are some of the top Emergency Medicine Hospitals in the United States? And where?
I’m about to begin my residency in Emergency Medicine, and i want a interactive, Good ER hospital, where there are many traumas, Etc. Thanks!

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If you really are going to residency which i really doubt from your other question, you don’t pick what hospital you go to but you get place in one by a matching program.

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One thought on “What are some of the top Emergency Medicine Hospitals in the United States? And where?

  1. Cowardly Lion says:

    Depends where you are, and where you want to be. I’ll tell you about the midwest, which I’m most familiar with. Pittsburgh (UPMC) is a good program, MetroHealth (in Cleveland), Indianapolis and Ohio State are good. Henry Ford in Detroit. Cincinnatti is where emergency medicine started as a residency and still does a good job. (I interviewed at all the above programs plus U of maryland below and Carolinas. The others I’ll mention below are just by reputation)

    the Chigago programs I looked at but seemed very piecemeal, like there wasn’t one program that was strong in everything. Each seemed to have one piece of the pie (EMS, Childrens, major trauma, research, etc)

    Outside the midwest: University of Maryland (Shock/Trauma– too much trauma & surgery for my taste, but you might like it). Carolinas medical center (north carolina) and UNC are both good. Bellvue in NYC, Hennipen, Harborview in CA. Univ of Arizona is good. Denver is good, but has a reputation for being malignant.

    Las Vegas is a brand new program, but I have a friend who is enjoying himself there, and it has a lot of potential. I’ve heard portland’s program is a lot of fun as well.

    Ask the program director for the residency at your school to make you a list if you don’t know where to start.

    Good luck and have fun interviewing!

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