Georgetown University School of Medicine welcomes visiting students on its emergency medicine rotation, a capstone 4th year rotation of the school’s curriculum. Student work one-on-one shifts with EM faculty physicians, and also learn from EM resident physicians from our affiliated residency program.
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(4 days ago) During the second year, PGY2 residents refine their skills in general emergency medicine and spend a total of five months in the Emergency Department with additional time spent in a pediatric setting. As a PGY2, more emphasis is placed on critical care emergency medicine, with rotations in surgical, medical and pediatric intensive care units.
Diversity and Inclusion
(8 days ago) A Top Priority . At Georgetown we embrace diversity in our residency, our faculty, and our community. We understand that an inclusive academic program will enrich our learning environment and improve care of the patients we serve. Our program is dedicated to recruiting and retaining a diverse group of residents and faculty. Our team welcomes […]
Electives and Special Interests
(3 days ago) A World of Opportunity . Residents pursue a variety of electives and special interests, from joining tactical emergency medical support teams to pursuing international health opportunities. Many residents explore independent projects or and design their own elective experiences. ULTRASOUND Our ultrasound program prepares residents to perform diagnostic and …
Melissa Templeton, MD
(5 days ago) I am originally from Westford, Massachusetts and went to college at Northeastern University in Boston. After 5 years there, I moved to New Haven, Connecticut for medical school at the Netter SOM at Quinnipiac University. I am the first person in my family to go into medicine!
Benefits and Salary
(4 days ago) Benefits . Four weeks of paid vacation each year of training Paid certification in ATLS, ACLS, PALS and NALS Paid membership in EMRA, AAEM/RSA and SAEM Personalized lab coats Personalized embroidered scrubs Comprehensive medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance coverage Defined-contribution retirement savings plan (403b) Occurrence-based …
Glennette Castillo, MD
(5 days ago) I am from San Antonio, TX (Go Spurs!) where I completed a seven-year BS/MD program through UTSA and UTHSA Long School of Medicine. Outside Interests and Hobbies: Visiting museums, walking through bookshops, hiking, arts & crafts (acrylics, watercolors, embroidery), live music, and movie marathons.
Simulation & Safety
(4 days ago) In addition, the fellow leads simulation sessions for both medical students and emergency medicine faculty. MedStar is a large, complex healthcare system hosting nearly 100 training programs, and our fellow has opportunities to teach, collaborate with, and learn from simulation experts in a diverse array of medical specialties and related
Connor Bracy, MD
(Just Now) I was born and raised in Tampa, FL. I went to the University of Florida for undergrad, majoring in Applied Physiology & Kinesiology. I then spent a couple more years in Florida working as a scribe and a support tech before going to the University of Virginia for medical school.
(Just Now) Spiegel R, Radecki R. Obtaining blood cultures before the administration of antibiotics and other emergency department fables: an analysis of the fabled study: December 2020 annals of emergency medicine journal club. Ann Emerg Med 2020 Dec. 76(6):808-810. PMID: 33222789.