Emergency Medicine Residency
Toward that end, our training program consists of an outstanding balance of clinical rotations, didactics, simulation, and scholarly activity. As New Hampshire’s only Level 1 Trauma Center, Dartmouth-Hitchcock has a breadth of expertise and an extensive referral base. In addition, with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center being a highly-acclaimed tertiary care facility in a rural setting, we have the opportunity to provide a somewhat unique spectrum of emergency care ranging from rural medicine to highly specialized services.
This unique spectrum of experiences includes inner city trauma at Maryland Shock Trauma, urban pediatric emergency medicine in Manchester, tertiary care at Dartmouth, rural emergency medicine at DH-Keene, and exposure to emergency medicine at critical access hospitals via the DHART helicopter. Our Emergency Medicine faculty is highly devoted to teaching with unique interest and expertise in resuscitation, sepsis, EMS, rural emergency medicine, telemedicine, international emergency medicine, wilderness medicine, ultrasound, informatics, quality improvement and health care delivery science. In addition, two thirds of our core faculty have additional graduate degrees and/or fellowship training.
Hopefully, this website will provide you with the information you need to understand why Dartmouth-Hitchcock is a great place to train and why New Hampshire is a wonderful place to live.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact our program coordinator Judy Collins at firstname.lastname@example.org or 603-650-7317.