Wright State University


As a full academic department in a community hospital-based medical school, they strive to graduate highly competent and compassionate practitioners in emergency medicine. Their program encompasses clinical and didactic experience in emergency and critical care medicine, emergency department and emergency medical services administration, toxicology, teaching techniques, sports medicine and principles of research and publication. A curious and problem-oriented attitude is fostered by innovative teaching, case analysis, cooperative research and faculty role models. Confidence is promoted through active evaluation and feedback.


  • Department Chair: James E. Brown, MD
  • Program Director: J. Michael Ballester, MD
  • Associate/Assistant Program Director: Alan A. Dupre, MD

Training Locations

  • Miami Valley Hospital
  • Kettering Medical Center
  • Wright Patterson Medical Center
  • Dayton Children's Hospital



  • 6.5 Blocks Adult ED
  • 2 Blocks Peds ED
  • 1 Block Trauma
  • 1 Block Surgical ICU
  • 1 Block Pulmonary ICU
  • 1 Block Orientation
  • 2 weeks Ultrasound


  • 9 Blocks Adult ED^
  • 1 Block Pediatric ICU
  • 1 Block Surgical ICU
  • 1 Block Obstetrics
  • 2 weeks Neuro ICU
  • 2 weeks Hand surgery


  • 9.5 Blocks Adult ED^
  • 1 Block Trauma nights
  • 1 Block ICU nights
  • 1 Block selective
  • 2 weeks Ultrasound

^Pediatric ED shifts equal to one block are completed during the blocks of Adult ED.



Academic/Faculty Development

Contact Information

Residency Coordinator: Christine Reinemann Email: christine.reinemann@wright.edu Phone: +1 937 395 8839

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