University of California San Diego

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History

he Emergency Medicine Residency Program at UC San Diego Medical Center began in 1990 with four residents. We now recruit for nine residents per year for a four-year period and total of 36 residents.

The residency is directed towards producing future academicians in Emergency Medicine and, as such, places a heavy emphasis on academic pursuits. All trainees must complete and write up an independent research project, prepare a select numbers of abstracts from the literature, and participate as an editor of the Journal of Emergency Medicine, which is based at UC San Diego.

Leadership

  • Department Chair: Ted Chan
  • Program Director: Binh Ly MD
  • Associate/Assistant Program Director: Leslie Oyama MD
  • Research Director: Gary M. Vilke, MD, FACEP, FAAE

Training Locations

Primary Hospital

UC San Diego Health Services (Hillcrest)

Secondary Hospital

UC San Diego, Health Services (La Jolla)

Tertiary Hospital

Rady's Children's Hospital

Quaternary Hospital

Tri-City

Curriculum

PGY1

  • Orientation (0.5) / Ultrasound (0.5)

PGY2

  • UCSD Emergency Department (8)

PGY3

  • UCSD Emergency Department (7)

PGY4

  • UCSD Emergency Deparment (7.5)

Electives

Fellowships

  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  • Medical Toxicology
  • Hyperbaric Medicine
  • Ultrasound Medicine
  • NIH Clinical Informatics
  • EMS/Disaster Medicine
  • Additional Fellowships

Contact Information

Residency Coordinator: Lindsey Kuhn Email: lkuhn@ucsd.edu Phone: 619-543-4627 Fax: +1 6195433115

External Links

http://emergencymed.ucsd.edu

See Also