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Residency is the final and most important step in training to become an Emergency Physician, a fulfilling and critical career in medicine. You have worked very hard to learn the beginning skills in patient care during your time in medical school and you
owe it to yourself and your patients to seek out the best training.
We believe that residency training is an investment in yourself and your future career. Your training program should not only give you the tools and skills to become an outstanding physician, but also the mentorship and guidance to help mold your future. Your choice of residency training programs is one of the most important decisions you will make in your professional life.
Our training philosophy is to provide residents with the resources and support to become the clinician leaders that they wish to be. Here are some of the highlights of that training:
Our goal is for you to become the best Emergency Physician you can possibly be, form life-long bonds with an outstanding group of residents, and be ready in all respects to care for the acutely ill or injured patient in any practice environment.
Our graduates have been successful throughout the country and the world. You have worked hard for four years in medical school to learn all that your professors can teach you. Invest another four years in yourself and become part of both the legacy and the future of Emergency Medicine.
Erin E. McDonough, MD Residency Program DirectorDepartment of Emergency MedicineUniversity of Cincinnati Medical Center
Medical Sciences Building Room 1654231 Albert Sabin WayPO Box 670769Cincinnati, OH 45267-0769
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