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History

The Department of Emergency Medicine at UAMS has a very rich and distinguished history. Founded in 1983 we have been training Emergency Medicine physicians for over 30 years. UAMS is Arkansas’ only Level 1 Trauma Center. Our vision is to become the statewide and national leader in the advancement of emergency medical patient care, education, and scholarship.

Our mission is to deliver timely, compassionate patient care while creating an environment of collegiality, multi-disciplinary collaboration, outstanding clinical teaching, and clinically impactful scientific discovery. Pursue clinical, education, and scholarly excellence while demonstrating integrity, empathy, and respect for our patients and colleagues.

Leadership

  • Department Chair: Rawle "Tony" Seupaul
  • Program Director: Travis Eastin
  • Associate/Assistant Program Director: Rachael Freeze-Ramsey, MD
  • Associate/Assistant Program Director: Adam Chandler, MD

Training Locations

Primary Hospital

UAMS

Secondary Hospital

Arkansas Children's Hospital

Tertiary Hospital

Baptist Medical Center

Curriculum

PGY1

  • 5 months UAMS ED
  • 1 month community ED
  • 1 month EMS
  • 1 month Trauma
  • 1 month OB
  • 1 month VA medicine ward
  • 1 month Anesthesia
  • 2 wks Pediatric Anesthesia
  • 2 wks Pediatric ward

PGY2

  • 8 months UAMS ED / ACH ED
  • 1 month MICU
  • 1 month PICU
  • 1 month SICU
  • 2 wks Pediatric Sedation
  • 2 wks Ultrasound

PGY3

  • 8 months UAMS ED / ACH ED
  • 6 wks ED Admin
  • 1 month ACH Transport
  • 1 month Elective
  • 2 wks Toxicology

Electives

Fellowships

Contact Information

Residency Program Manager: Sharon Lawson Email: sklawson@uams.edu Phone: +1 501 686 5516

External Links

http://uamsem.com

See Also