St. Louis University School of Medicine

History

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Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education (MSGME) offers exceptional residency and fellowship training in emergency medicine on Mayo's dynamic campuses in Arizona and Minnesota.

Centered on the principle "The needs of the patient come first," the Mayo Clinic Emergency Medicine Residency provides the highest quality resident training experience through exposure to the most diverse and clinically challenging patient population and academic opportunities, all in preparation for a versatile career in emergency medicine.

Regardless of whether you pursue an academic, community or rural setting in which to practice, you will have the skills required to make a positive impact and be successful.

Leadership

  • Department Chair: Annie Sadosty, M.D.
  • Program Director: James Colletti, M.D.
  • Associate/Assistant Program Director:
  • Research Director: Erik Hess, MD

Training Locations

Primary Hospital

Mayo Clinic/Saint Marys Hospital

Secondary Hospital

Curriculum

PGY1

  • EM- 5 months
  • Emergency Psych/Anesthesia - 1 month
  • Thoracic / Vascular ICU - 1 month
  • Ob/Gyn - 1 month
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine - 1 month
  • Orthopedic Trauma Surgery - 1 month
  • EMS/Ultrasound 101 - 1 month
  • SICU - 1 month

PGY2

  • EM/Pediatric EM - 6 months
  • Orthopedic Hand Surgery - 1 month
  • ICU Selective - 1 month
  • PICU - 1 month
  • SICU - 1 month
  • Research - 1 month
  • Elective/Selective -1 month

PGY3

  • EM/Pediatric EM - 9 months
  • Elective/Selective - 1 month
  • Advanced EM Ultrasonography - 1 month
  • Community EM Selective - 1 month

Electives

Fellowships

Contact Information

Residency Coordinator: Darcie Skoda Email: emres@mayo.edu Phone: +1 507 255 2192 Fax: +1 507 293 0584

External Links

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