Department of Emergency Medicine

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Welcome

The educational goal of the department is to provide medical students and residents with the necessary skills to apply acute care and decision making, approach a patient with an undifferentiated chief complaint and enhance their procedural skills. Boonshoft School of Medicine actively supports our ACGME-accredited residency program and provides our residents with the training and skills to secure certification in emergency medicine. Over the last five years, more than 10 percent of those graduating from the school have entered emergency medicine residencies. The school remains well above the national average of 6.8 percent.

The department includes 16 full-time faculty (including six fully-affiliated faculty who are financially supported by Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Medical Center), one part-time faculty and more than 100 voluntary clinical faculty. All maintain active teaching roles in the residency. The Emergency Medicine Residency is an integrated program, supported by area hospitals including Dayton Children's Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital, Kettering Medical Center, Miami Valley Hospital and Wright-Patterson Medical Center. The residency currently supports 46 residents in a R1-R3 format. It has two one-year fellowships: an ACGME Approved Fellowship in Sports Medicine and a freestanding Fellowship in Faculty Development for those interested in training to become faculty in academic emergency medicine.

The department has an active research program with an emphasis in neuroscience, pre-hospital care and education. Two new simulation centers (medical and pre-hospital) support the educational programs and educational research. Extramural funding has come from the NIH, NASA, AHA, ODH and private foundations.


News

John Bini, M.D.

Trauma surgeon teaches lessons learned on the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan

“If there is anything that I can teach my students and my residents, it’s how to think on their feet and how to make decisions and keep their wits about them while they are doing it.”
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Chief resident receives Outstanding Emergency Medicine Resident of the Year Award

Rory Stuart, M.D., is considered an expert in toxicology by residents and faculty alike and lectures on opioid and amphetamine abuse.
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Emergency medicine resident featured on Medicine & the Military website

“Emergency medicine, in my opinion, is the best medical specialty because it’s the most interesting. It’s the most fun.”
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Last edited on 11/24/2015.