Aria Health - Jefferson Health Northeast


Jefferson Northeast (formerly Aria Health) is a hospital system that consists of three hospitals in the Philadelphia area. Our residency has been training Emergency Medicine physicians for over 35 years. Now under the umbrella of the Jefferson Health Network, we are uniquely positioned as a community focused training program with strong ties to academic resources. Our 4-year EM program and 5-year combination programs are designed to provide you with a wide range of learning opportunities and prepare you to practice Emergency Medicine in any setting with the confidence and comfort of excellent training.

Our three hospitals range from a deeply urban and underserved population, to a Level II Trauma Center, to a suburban emergency department typical of many community EDs. By rotating amongst these three hospitals you gain a wide exposure to emergency medicine in various settings and grow your breadth of exposure to pathology as well as your communication skills with your future patients.

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West Nile Virus is the leading cause of mosquito-borne disease in the continental United States. This case report examines a case of headache, weakness, and gait ataxia in a 63-year-old male, with the
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Septic arthritis is a rheumatologic emergency, which may lead to permanent joint damage and a mortality rate of 10-15%. If left untreated, non-gonococcal septic arthritis can destroy articular cartila
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This is a unique case of Lemierre's syndrome in a person who injects drugs (PWID) without a history of recent oropharyngeal infection or the presence of a central venous catheter.
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Foreign body aspiration is a frequent complaint in the ED. Finding the culprit, however, is not always straightforward.
Atrial Fibrillation after Naloxone Administration: A Rare Complication of Opioid Reversal Background Naloxone is a widely used antidote critical in reversing the lethal effect of respiratory depressi