Lehigh Valley Health Network

As a resident with the Department of Emergency Medicine, you’ll gain a diverse educational experience, leading to board certification. Through formal education and direct patient care, you’ll develop clinical skills with an emergency medicine team that cares for more than 140,000 patients each year.

Graduate medical education is a valued tradition that began more than a half-century ago at Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN). LVHN offers the unique benefits of residency training in both a community hospital and a regional referral center. The hospital's high patient volume, dedicated teaching attendings and diversity of clinical services create an outstanding environment for graduate medical education.

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