University of Virginia

History

It provides three year program committed to training well-rounded emergency physicians who will excel in their medical careers. At the University of Virginia their goal is to introduce residents to a broad range of educational opportunities allowing them to explore and develop career paths according to their clinical interests.

The University of Virginia provides a location where there are immense practice opportunities. As a Level 1 trauma center and tertiary referral center, the University allows access to extraordinary pathology.

Leadership

  • Department Chair: Robert E. O'Connor MD
  • Program Director: William A. Woods MD
  • Associate/Assistant Program Director: Nathan Charlton
  • Associate/Assistant Program Director: Amita Sudhir, MD
  • Research Director: Mark Sochor MD

Training Locations

Primary Hospital

University of Virginia Health System

Secondary Hospital

Culpeper Regional Hospital, Culpeper,VA

Curriculum

PGY1

  • Intro Emergency Med (4w)
  • Emergency Medicine (16w)
  • Pediatric Surgery (4w)
  • Acute Cardiology or Coronary Care (4w)
  • Medical ICU (4w)
  • Anesthesiology (4w)
  • General Medicine (4w)
  • Trauma (4w)
  • EMS (4w)
  • Ultrasound (4w)

PGY2

  • Emergency Medicine (28w)
  • Surgical ICU (4w)
  • Ultrasound (4w)
  • OB/Gyn (4w)
  • Orthopedics (4w)
  • Toxicology (4w)
  • Culpepper*Community EM (4w)

PGY3

  • Emergency Medicine (36w)
  • Trauma ICU (4w)
  • PEDS ICU (4w)
  • Elective 1 (4w)
  • Elective 2 (4w)

Electives

Fellowships

Contact Information

Residency Coordinator: Kiera Sibbald Email: kns2fj@hscmail.mcc.virginia.edu Phone: +1 434 982 1800

External Links

http://www.medicine.virginia.edu/clinical/departments/emergency-medicine

See Also

Authors:

Yos Yachivev