Hennepin County


As one of the oldest EM training programs in the country, we have a long-standing emphasis on innovation and cutting-edge emergency care. You will be working alongside an incredibly accomplished group of faculty, many of whom are national leaders in academic EM. The collective wisdom and expertise of this group impresses me on a daily basis, and their approachability makes them outstanding teachers.

You will be training in a busy urban ED with over 100,000 patient visits per year. HCMC is a level I adult and pediatric trauma center and an accredited stroke center. HCMC is a mission-driven hospital, caring for a diverse and underserved patient population. We recognize that patient care requires more than medical knowledge, and our training program will provide you with the leadership, communication and systems knowledge to practice medicine successfully in a wide variety of settings.

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EMRA Director of Education Erin Karl has been working to illuminate and elevate medical education since her own days as a medical student.
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