EVMS Emergency Medicine Residency

What sets us apart?

Our graduates are uniquely qualified to enter careers in clinical or academic emergency medicine. Work with award-winning faculty who are leaders in the field. Engage in simulation-based learning, advanced ultrasound training, pediatric emergency medicine, EMS, disaster response and research.

Pursue a post-graduate education that will set you up for success as a clinician or educator, and continue to advance the field of emergency medicine.

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A young woman presents with a 3-week history of fatigue, nausea, vomiting, heavy bleeding, and lightheadedness. Within hours she is intubated in the ICU. Follow the case management to understand an at