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==History==
 
==History==
Our Department of Emergency Medicine is committed to providing patient-centered, efficient care; applying leading-edge skills to combat serious illness and injury; training the next generation of emergency medicine experts, and conducting innovative research to prevent injury and disease.
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Since 1989, the UC Irvine School of Medicine's Emergency Medicine Residency Program has been training leaders in emergency medicine.  
  
We are the detectives of medicine, with laboratory, bedside ultrasound and advanced imaging at our fingertips. Coupled with a patient's history and physical exam, we deduce what is wrong and gain the satisfaction of seeing the benefits of our treatment in real time.
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UC Irvine Medical Center is a Level I trauma center, comprehensive stroke center, burn center, and cardiac receiving center. As the comprehensive tertiary care center for Orange County’s diverse population of 3 million people, our medical center provides residents with a wide range of clinical experiences.
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In addition to UC Irvine Medical Center, our residents rotate at CHOC Children’s Hospital of Orange County, Miller Children’s Hospital, Long Beach Memorial Medical Center, Mission Hospital and the VA Long Beach Healthcare System.
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During each shift, residents see a high volume of new, undifferentiated patients. We are proud of our one-on-one apprenticeship model. Our residents present every patient to an emergency medicine faculty member, never to a fellow resident. As such, our residents get the highest level of teaching for each patient case.
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Our weekly conference appeals to today’s learners with high-yield, interactive didactics given by experts in all aspects of emergency medicine.
  
 
==Leadership==
 
==Leadership==
*'''Department Chair:''' Erik Barton, MD
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*'''Department Chair:''' Chris Fox, MD
*'''Program Director:''' Megan Boysen Osborn, MD
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*'''Program Director:''' Shannon Toohey, MD, MAEd
*'''Associate/Assistant Program Director:''' Shadi Lahham, MD; Shannon Toohey, MD
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*'''Associate/Assistant Program Director:''' Alisa Wray, MD, MAEd; Shadi Lahham, MD, MS; Sangeeta Sakaria, MD, MST
*'''Research Director:''' Bharath Chakravarthy, MD, MPH
 
  
 
==Training Locations==
 
==Training Locations==
 
===Primary Hospital===
 
===Primary Hospital===
 
UC Irvine
 
UC Irvine
===Secondary Hospital===
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===Secondary Sites===
Long Beach Memorial Medical Center
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Long Beach Memorial Medical Center, Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC), Miller Children's Hospital, VA Long Beach Healthcare System, Mission Hospital
===Tertiary Hospital===
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Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC)
 
 
==Curriculum==
 
==Curriculum==
  
 
===PGY1===
 
===PGY1===
*Anesthesia - 3 weeks
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*EM (Combined Adult/Peds) - 28 weeks
*EM (Combined Adult/Peds) - 26 weeks
 
 
*MICU- 8 weeks
 
*MICU- 8 weeks
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*BICU - 2 weeks
 
*Ob/Gyn - 3 weeks
 
*Ob/Gyn - 3 weeks
 
*PICU - 4 weeks
 
*PICU - 4 weeks
 
*Trauma- 4 weeks
 
*Trauma- 4 weeks
 
*Vacation- 4 weeks
 
*Vacation- 4 weeks
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===PGY2===
 
===PGY2===
*EM (Combined Adult/Peds) - 33 weeks
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*EM - 28 weeks
*Peds EM - 4 weeks
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*Peds EM - 3 weeks
*SICU/Trauma- 4 weeks
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*SICU - 4 weeks
 
*MICU - 4 weeks
 
*MICU - 4 weeks
*Pediatric Orthopedics - 2 weeks
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*Pediatric Orthopedics/Anesthesia - 3 weeks
*Pediatric Anesthesia - 2 weeks
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*EMS/Toxicology/Ultrasound/Catalina - 4 weeks
*EMS/Toxicology/Ultrasound - 4 weeks
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*EM Mission - 3 weeks
 
*Vacation- 4 weeks
 
*Vacation- 4 weeks
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===PGY3===
 
===PGY3===
*EM (Combined Adult/Peds) - 34 weeks
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*EM - 34 weeks
 
*Peds EM - 10 weeks
 
*Peds EM - 10 weeks
 
*Vacation- 4 weeks
 
*Vacation- 4 weeks
 
*Elective - 4 weeks
 
*Elective - 4 weeks
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==Electives==
 
==Electives==
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Catalina Rural Medicine Experience
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Education
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Administration
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Research
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Tahoe orthopedics/community emergency medicine rotation
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Medical Spanish
  
 
==Fellowships==
 
==Fellowships==
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Multimedia Design Education and Technology (MDEdTech) Fellowship
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Ultrasound
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Wilderness
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Informatics
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Simulation
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Research
  
 
==Contact Information==
 
==Contact Information==

Latest revision as of 23:03, 29 August 2019

History

Since 1989, the UC Irvine School of Medicine's Emergency Medicine Residency Program has been training leaders in emergency medicine.

UC Irvine Medical Center is a Level I trauma center, comprehensive stroke center, burn center, and cardiac receiving center. As the comprehensive tertiary care center for Orange County’s diverse population of 3 million people, our medical center provides residents with a wide range of clinical experiences.

In addition to UC Irvine Medical Center, our residents rotate at CHOC Children’s Hospital of Orange County, Miller Children’s Hospital, Long Beach Memorial Medical Center, Mission Hospital and the VA Long Beach Healthcare System.

During each shift, residents see a high volume of new, undifferentiated patients. We are proud of our one-on-one apprenticeship model. Our residents present every patient to an emergency medicine faculty member, never to a fellow resident. As such, our residents get the highest level of teaching for each patient case.

Our weekly conference appeals to today’s learners with high-yield, interactive didactics given by experts in all aspects of emergency medicine.

Leadership

  • Department Chair: Chris Fox, MD
  • Program Director: Shannon Toohey, MD, MAEd
  • Associate/Assistant Program Director: Alisa Wray, MD, MAEd; Shadi Lahham, MD, MS; Sangeeta Sakaria, MD, MST

Training Locations

Primary Hospital

UC Irvine

Secondary Sites

Long Beach Memorial Medical Center, Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC), Miller Children's Hospital, VA Long Beach Healthcare System, Mission Hospital

Curriculum

PGY1

  • EM (Combined Adult/Peds) - 28 weeks
  • MICU- 8 weeks
  • BICU - 2 weeks
  • Ob/Gyn - 3 weeks
  • PICU - 4 weeks
  • Trauma- 4 weeks
  • Vacation- 4 weeks

PGY2

  • EM - 28 weeks
  • Peds EM - 3 weeks
  • SICU - 4 weeks
  • MICU - 4 weeks
  • Pediatric Orthopedics/Anesthesia - 3 weeks
  • EMS/Toxicology/Ultrasound/Catalina - 4 weeks
  • EM Mission - 3 weeks
  • Vacation- 4 weeks

PGY3

  • EM - 34 weeks
  • Peds EM - 10 weeks
  • Vacation- 4 weeks
  • Elective - 4 weeks

Electives

Catalina Rural Medicine Experience Education Administration Research Tahoe orthopedics/community emergency medicine rotation Medical Spanish

Fellowships

Multimedia Design Education and Technology (MDEdTech) Fellowship Ultrasound Wilderness Informatics Simulation Research

Contact Information

Residency Coordinator: Jessica Holland jmhollan@uci.edu

External Links

http://www.emergencymed.uci.edu/

See Also