International Residents: Explore US Opportunities

International opportunities in the US

 

Coming to the US to learn emergency medicine is considerably difficult for international residents and students. The EMRA International Division frequently receives requests for information on US observerships and rotations, and we strive to help all of our members achieve their professional goals.

Fortunately, the ACEP International Section has prepared a Rotation and Observership Database to identify those institutions in the US that have policies in place to accept international residents and students. We encourage you to contact the ACEP International Section for more information. Good luck!

We always want to hear from you! Email the EMRA International Division Chair or Vice-Chair and let us know what you envision, and how we can help you accomplish it.

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