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Program Information

Within the Dartmouth Emergency Medicine Residency, residents may choose a training focus that supplements the core Emergency Medicine Model Curriculum. These tracks are geared toward the resident with precise career goals or a particular interest in one of many facets of EM. Tracks will equip residents with the skills, experience, research, and mentorship that will prepare them either for subspecialty fellowship training after residency or general EM practice in common or austere settings. Each track incorporates 2 blocks of dedicated elective time, a scholarly project and quality improvement project within the area of emphasis as well as mentorship by subspecialty faculty. Interested residents should make their selection by March of PGY1 year.

Subspecialty Tracks

EM/Critical Care Medicine

For those interested in a critical care fellowship, we offer mentorship by EM-CCM faculty with 2 Elective blocks dedicated to critical care rotations. Residents will complete a Critical-Care focused quality improvement project over PGY 2-3, and a Critical-Care focused scholarly activity with the goal of publication and/or presentation at a national conference. Contact matthew.a.roginski@hitchcock.org.

 

HEMS/Critical Care Transport

For those interested in an EMS/HEMS fellowship, we offer mentorship in medical direction and principles of critical care transport by DHART medical direction team with 2 Elective blocks dedicated to DHART and HEMS rotations. Residents will complete a DHART focused quality improvement project over PGY 2-3, and a DHART focused scholarly activity with the goal of publication and/or presentation at a national conference. Contact matthew.a.roginski@hitchcock.org.

Wilderness/Austere Medicine

For those interested in a WAM fellowship and/or future practice in Wilderness/Austere Medicine, we offer mentorship from Emergency Medicine faculty with experience in Wilderness/Austere Medicine with 2 Elective blocks dedicated to Wilderness/Austere medicine. Residents will gain academic support for completion of a diploma in Mountain Medicine of FAWM coursework, and complete a WAM focused quality improvement project over PGY 2-3, and a WAM focused scholarly activity with the goal of publication and/or presentation at a national conference. Contact sarah.c.crockett@hitchcock.org.

Emergency ultrasound

For those interested in either an Emergency Ultrasound fellowship or acquisition of additional skills in EM Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS), mentorship by EM Ultrasound faculty with elective time dedicated to Emergency Ultrasound. Residents will complete an emergency ultrasound focused quality improvement project over PGY 2-3, and an emergency ultrasound focused scholarly activity with the goal of publication and/or presentation at a national conference. Contact zachary.p.soucy@hitchcock.org.

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