University of Arizona


Our residents become expert in core emergency medicine. Additionally, they become exceptionally skilled at critical care, trauma resuscitation, pediatrics, toxicology, administration, and emergency medical services. The Residency Program's clinical and didactic curriculum is highly focused and intense.

An emphasis is placed on:

  • Excellence in bedside teaching
  • Outstanding didactic conferences
  • Progressive teaching modalities
  • A proactive evaluation system
  • Graded responsibility
  • Outcome and evidence-based clinical practice
  • Point-of-care bedside ultrasound
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For a long time, prehospital emergency medicine education was limited to those training for jobs in the field. Only in the last several decades have mass education initiatives emphasized emergency med
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