Residency Program

Mission: The Emory Emergency Medicine Residency Program actively works to recruit, develop, and train the next generation of diverse Emergency Medicine leaders with the skills and expertise to provide outstanding patient care, engage in cutting edge research, seek opportunities for service and advocacy, and invest in personal and professional wellness and resiliency techniques.

Our Core values: Education, Wellness/Resiliency, Research, and Service/Advocacy

Due to the pioneering efforts of Dr. John Stone, our program accepted the first group of residents in 1974.  Our residency program has grown to over 60+ residents who come from diverse backgrounds and regions of the world.  They share a uniformly high caliber of achievement and strong commitment to our specialty. Residents are exposed to diverse internationally recognized faculty and numerous Emergency Medicine Fellowships.  The unique opportunities afforded by an elite institute of higher learning coupled with an affiliation with an inner-city county hospital make this program a stand out.  Furthermore, Emory EM's affiliations with the CDC, Rollins School of Public Health, and Grady EMS/affiliates round out an excellent training ground for new physicians.

Please explore our website and welcome to Emory Emergency Medicine!

Melissa White, MD MPH
Program Director
mhwhite@emory.edu

Education Pillar

 

  • Emergency Medicine Interest Groups

 

Research Pillar

Research Highlights

Wellness/Resiliency Pillar

Service/Advocacy Pillar

PGY1 Rotation Goals and Objectives

PGY1 Rotation Goals and Objectives

  • Emergency Medicine- Grady ECC (3 months)
  • Emergency Medicine-Emory Univeristy Midtown (1 month)
  • Emergency Medicine-Hughes Spalding Children's Hospital (2 months)
  • Anesthesia/Ultrasound (1 month)
  • Internal Medicine at Grady (1 month)
  • MICU-Medical Intensive Care Unit at Grady (1 month)
  • Ophthalmology/Otolaryngology (1 month)
  • OB/GYN (1 month)
  • Orthopedics/Trauma/Procedures (1 month)

PGY2 Rotation Goals and Objectives

PGY2 Rotation Goals and Objectives

  • Emergency Medicine-Children's Egleston CHOA
  • Emergency Medicine-Grady ECC
  • Emergency Medicine-Grady MTC
  • Emergency Medicine-Emory Midtown Hospital
  • Emergency Medical Services/Observation Medicine
  • PICU-Pediatric Intensive Care Unit-Egleston CHOA
  • Selective
  • SICU-Surgical Intensive Care Unit-Grady Hospital
  • Toxicology

PGY3 Rotation Goals and Objectives

PGY3 Rotation Goals and Objectives

  • Administration
  • Emergency Medicine-Children's Egleston CHOA
  • Emergency Medicine-Emory Univeristy Hospital
  • Emergency Medicine-Emory Univeristy Midtown
  • Emergency Medicine-Grady ECC
  • Emergency Medicine-Grady MTC
  • 5T ICU-Emory University Hospital
  • Selective

Resident Resources

Policies and Procedures