Government Services Committee

Government Services Leaders

Chair

Haley Dodson, M.D.

LT, MC, USN
Naval Medical Center San Diego

Chair-Elect

Ryan Hodgeman

2LT MC US Army
Michigan State University
College of Osteopathic Medicine

Vice Chair

Matthew Christensen

ENS MC USN
Rosalind Franklin University - Chicago

Staff Liaison

Heather Deja

Operations Manager
Contact Heather

Director Of Leadership Development

Yevgeniy Maksimenko, MD

Boston University Medical Center - Boston, MA
Contact Yevgeniy

Chair

Haley Dodson, M.D.

LT, MC, USN
Naval Medical Center San Diego

Chair-Elect

Ryan Hodgeman

2LT MC US Army
Michigan State University
College of Osteopathic Medicine

Vice Chair

Matthew Christensen

ENS MC USN
Rosalind Franklin University - Chicago

Staff Liaison

Heather Deja

Operations Manager
Contact Heather

Director Of Leadership Development

Yevgeniy Maksimenko, MD

Boston University Medical Center - Boston, MA
Contact Yevgeniy

Army

US Army Medical Services Resources including advice, links, programs, and match.

Air Force

USAF Medical Services Resources including advice, links, programs, and match.

Navy

USN Medical Services Resources including advice, links, programs, and match blueprint.

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Upcoming Events

A Leadership Conversation with ACEP President-Elect Dr. Gillian Schmitz, MD, FACEP

When: May 19, 2021 @ 6p CDT

Dr. Gillian Schmitz, MD, FACEP is a highly accomplished leader across military and professional medicine, with extensive experience including positions as the current ACEP President-Elect, numerous professional committee and hospital leadership appointments, and Clerkship Director of the United States Army's Emergency Medicine residency program at Brooke Army Medical Center.

Join EMRA's Government Services and Administration & Operations Committees for a discussion with Dr. Schmitz about her career path as a leader in military and professional medicine, lessons learned along the way, and how you can best position yourself to be a successful leader in your organization.

The EMRA Government Services Committee has designed a 4-part Quarterly Collaborations Lecture Series, highlighting the many military leaders making an impact throughout the Emergency Medicine community. This event will kick off the series for the 2021-22 year.

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Overview

Through EMRA’s Government Services Committee, we are establishing a sustainable network between all military service emergency medicine residents to help civilian residents transition to military careers and foster academic collaboration among all the armed services.

This committee is for you if you are interested in:

  • Learning more about military emergency medicine as a student, resident or civilian physician.
  • Developing a nationwide network to collaborate and mentor across all armed services, medical schools and residencies.
  • Showcasing the unique and important contributions military medicine offers emergency medicine.

Government Services Committee Objectives

  1. Establish a support network to promote mentorship, research, and leadership between civilian and military emergency medicine residency programs.
  2. Broadcast military medicine and our unique contributions to emergency medicine by increasing the presence of military medicine academic topics in EMRA.
  3. Provide resources to prepare medical students and civilian residents’ for the transition to military careers.

Military Match Topics

Checkout EMRA Hangouts topics on Army, Navy, and Air Force Military Match and EM Bound HPSP Students.

Military Match Hangouts

Resources

Government Services Chapter of ACEP

GSACEP is the Government Services Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians. The GS chapter was formed in 1977 by ACEP to give military physicians a chapter “home” to build networking and leadership opportunities that would be consistent despite frequent military moves. GSACEP has expanded to represent the unique practice situations encountered by active duty, National Guard, and Reserve members, as well as physicians in federal service in the Veterans’ Administration, Indian Health Service, Department of Health and Human Services, and Public Health Service.

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Military Programs

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