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 Graduate Medical Education

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Emergency Medicine
Graduate Medical Education

Emergency Medicine Resident Program

PGY1:
6 Blocks Emergency Medicine
1 Block Internal Medicine
1 Block ICU
1 Block Cardiology
1 Block Surgery
1 Block OB/GYN
1 Block Trauma
(Baltimore, MD)
1 Block Anesthesia/Ultrasound
3 weeks Vacation
PGY2:
8 Blocks Emergency Medicine
1 Block OB/GYN Emergency
(Women & Infant's Hospital, Providence RI)
1 Block Toxicology/Research
(Children's Hospital, Boston MA)
1 Block Orthopedics
1 Block Emergency Medical Services
1 Block Surgical Subspecialty
3 weeks Vacation

PGY3:
8 Blocks Emergency Medicine
1 Block Pediatric Emergency Medicine
(St. Anne's Hospital, Fall River MA)
1 Block Emergency Medicine
(Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI)
1 Block Trauma
(Baltimore, MD)
1 Block ICU
1 Block Elective
3 weeks Vacation

PGY4:
9 Blocks Emergency Medicine
1 Block Pediatric Emergency Medicine
(St. Anne's Hospital, Fall River MA)
1 Block Emergency Medicine
(Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI)
1 Block Administration
1 Block Elective
3 weeks Vacation


Facilities and Affiliations

Kent Emergency Medicine residents complete the majority of their rotations at Kent Hospital. Certain rotations are spent outside at other facilities to increase the resident's exposure to diverse styles of emergency medicine practice and different patient populations. Please see the program curriculum for further details.

The Kent Hospital Emergency Medicine residency affiliations include:

Didactics

Emergency Medicine


The didactic program for the Emergency Medicine residency takes place every Thursday morning from 8am-1pm. The time is protected from other resident duties in the hospital and attendance is mandatory unless on certain offsite rotations or on vacation.






Didactic day generally consists of:

  • EM case presentation by a resident.
  • Lectures on various topics in EM by core faculty.
  • Weekly Rosen's Emergency Medicine text review.
  • Various procedure, ultrasound, and simulator labs.
  • Guest lectures from outside specialties.
  • Residents also attend and present during noon medicine conferences on Mondays and Wednesdays in the hospital depending on their rotations.
  • Monthly Emergency Medicine Journal Club.
  • Monthly OMM lecture & lab.

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