St Joseph's Hospital & Medical Center

History

The SJUMC emergency medicine residency became accredited in 2013.

St. Joseph’s is an academic medical center providing excellent training for our residents in a high volume, high acuity, and urban environment. We have a wide diversity of patients as well as cultures. St. Joseph’s University Medical Center, the primary clinical site, is the 3rd busiest ED in the country, with a single center volume of > 165,000 visits/year. It is well known for its Geriatric Emergency Department as well as the ALTO program (alternative to opioids). St. Joseph’s Wayne is our community affiliate with an annual ED volume of 30,000 patients/year.

Leadership

  • Program Director: Nilesh Patel, DO
  • Associate/Assistant Program Director: Ninad Shroff, MD

Training Locations

Primary Hospital

St. Joseph's University Medical Center

Secondary Hospital

  • St. Joseph's Wayne
  • St. Joseph's Children's Hospital

Curriculum

PGY1

  • EM: 18 weeks
  • Peds/EM: 8 weeks
  • IM: 4 weeks
  • Ophthalmology: 2 weeks
  • Psychiatry: 2 weeks
  • OBGYN: 4 weeks
  • CCU: 4 weeks
  • OMFS: 2 weeks
  • Surgery: 4 weeks

PGY2

  • EM: 24 weeks
  • Neurology: 2 weeks
  • Ortho: 4 weeks
  • Ultrasound: 2 weeks
  • Research: 2 weeks
  • Trauma 4 weeks
  • Anesthesia: 2 weeks
  • MICU: 4 weeks
  • Peds/EM: 4 weeks

PGY3

  • EM (Wayne): 4 weeks
  • EM: 4 weeks
  • EMS: 4 weeks
  • Admin: 2 weeks
  • Trauma: 4 weeks
  • Peds/EM: 4 weeks
  • MICU: 4 weeks
  • Tox: 4 weeks
  • ID: 2 weeks

PGY4

  • EM: 24 weeks
  • OBGYN: 2 weeks
  • PICU: 2 weeks
  • Ophtho: 2 weeks
  • Peds/EM: 2 weeks
  • Research: 2 weeks
  • OMFS: 2 weeks
  • EM (Wayne): 4 weeks
  • Selective: 4 weeks

Contact Information

Judy Callender, Residency Coordinator

  • 973-754-2918
  • callendj@sjhmc.org

External Links

St. Joseph's Health Emergency Medicine

See Also

Authors:

Alex Gregory