University of Texas Southwestern

This exciting Emergency Medicine Residency Program uses UT System components to provide a superior educational experience, permitting its residents exposure to every aspect of emergency medicine and its subspecialties.

The primary objective of the Emergency Medicine Residency Program is to provide an excellent and comprehensive experience in emergency medicine. This is accomplished by reinforcing the principles of sound patient care, procedural expertise, strong clinical and conference teaching, innovative research and academic writing, and humanism and ethical considerations.

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