Our Emergency Medicine Residency Training Program prepares residents for all walks of emergency medicine life, including providing emergency medical services (EMS) and serving as EMS advisors to the hospital and community. The Kaiser Permanente Central Valley Emergency Residency Program is a three year (PGY1-3) ACGME accredited residency program based in Modesto, California. The high acuity, high volume emergency departments and strong off service rotations provide an unmatched learning environment." The Emergency Medicine Residency Program strives to train future physicians to improve the quality of every life they touch. Highlights of The Abrazo Emergency Medicine Residency: EM is the only categorical residency based at the level 1 trauma center; Schedule and curriculum designed to enhance learning and wellness; The Abrazo system sees over 175,000 emergency department patients per year; Longitudinal programs in Ultrasound, EMS, & Research Our residency in emergency medicine has been established to enhance the quality of emergency medical care for our community, contribute to the well-being of our patients, residents, staff and physicians, and create a legacy to ensure the continuation of exceptional emergency medical care in the Hudson Valley and beyond for generations to come. Located in Fresno, California, our 3-year Community-based Emergency Medicine program is excited to start recruiting its inaugural class. It has been designed to provide comprehensive training in all aspects of Emergency Medicine necessary for becoming excellent clinicians, educators and leaders in the field of Emergency Medicine. John Ashurst was born and raised in Pennsylvania. Valley Health partners with a large number of academic institutions—both traditional and on-line to provide clinical education support to students enrolled in health professions programs. He graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science from Juniata College, attended medical school at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed emergency medicine residency at Lehigh Valley Health Network while simultaneously graduating with a Clinical Masters of Science through the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Welcome to the Shenandoah Valley Family Practice Residency Program! We are committed to assisting each learner in attaining a relevant, useful and valuable clinical experience in emergency medicine. The attending staff and residents of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Lehigh Valley Health Network recognize their responsibility to rotating students and visiting residents. Our residency is a rural-oriented program in the Shenandoah Valley of northwestern Virginia, about 70 miles west of Washington, D.C. We are affiliated with the Medical College of Virginia/Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine (www.familymedicine.vcu.edu). We received ACGME Initial Accreditation April 16, 2020. Welcome to Saint Agnes Medical Center's Emergency Medicine Residency Program. Our faculty, staff, and residents share the same values of teamwork, leadership, professionalism, integrity, diversity, … – Rebecca Dudley, DO "LVHN's Emergency Medicine Residency strikes the perfect balance between an excellent … Welcome to Emergency Medicine. Training is provided in the following areas: ( talk to your school counselor for more information ) The commitment demonstrated by the 55 full-time and 16 part time, board-certified attending physicians in the emergency medicine residency program is unsurpassed.