Christiana Care Health System

Christiana Care Health System ranks in the top 25 in the country for emergency visits and is Delaware’s only Level I trauma center that treats adults and children – the only center of its kind between Philadelphia and Baltimore.

Christiana Care offers an unmatched learning experience. We’re one of America’s largest, non-sectarian, not for profit health care systems. We serve the Delaware Valley and we’re a nationally recognized, urban and suburban, academic and community hospital. Here you’ll learn from taking care of patients with a huge range of pathologies and work with nationally recognized faculty, accelerating your growth both as an expert and as a caring physician.

A 22-year-old male with a history of sickle cell disease is brought to the ED by police after he was found altered and naked outside on a rainy night.
An honest and appreciative response from an emergency resident when an attending takes a moment to check in on how this whole new world called ED is going.
An 87-year-old female presents with generalized weakness for the past several days after a recent increase in her diuretic medication by her cardiologist.
An elegantly simple proposal, the Acute Unscheduled Care Model, attempts to put emergency physicians back in the driver's seat of care while illustrating value within the health care delivery system.
A 62-year-old female presents with 1 hour of crushing substernal chest pain. What is your interpretation of this EKG?
STEMI equivalents represent coronary occlusion without meeting the traditional STE criteria. It's important important to recognize these patterns in a timely fashion.
A 54-year-old male with a history of hypertension presents to the ED with palpitations. What is your interpretation of his EKG?
A 52-year-old male presents to the ED with chest pain. What is your interpretation of his EKG?
Can you distinguish between an abnormal EKG and a cardiac device malfunction at a glance, recall common pacer codes, or identify pacemaker problems on an X-ray? As the use of cardiac devices increases
A 72-year-old female presents with exertional syncope for the past several days. What is your interpretation of her EKG?