Zach Jarou, MD

Zach Jarou was the 2017-2018 President of the Emergency Medicine Residents' Association.
He has previously served as EMRA's President-Elect, Membership Development Coordinator, Medical Student Council Chair, and as a member of ACEP's National-Chapter Relations Committee.

 University of Chicago - Administrative Fellowship
Fellowship:  ACEP Fellowship in Administration, Quality, Informatice, and Policy
Residency: Denver Health Medical Center
Medical school: Michigan State University College of Human Medicine 2010 - 2014

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Diagnosing the Match: Trends in the Applicant Selection Process Diagnosis -- “to know between.” It's something we do daily as medical care providers, especially in the emergency department as we are
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The Leadership Pipeline: Engaging the Next Generation of Leaders ACEP13 was a celebration of emergency medicine's tremendous  past and its bright future. We commemorated those who founded and shaped
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