Rigorous Training in Emergency Medicine
The Emergency Medicine Residency Program at Case Western Reserve University, MetroHealth Medical Center and Cleveland Clinic was designed to serve the needs of a diverse group of highly qualified and motivated residents.
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Emergency Medicine Residency
The Emergency Medicine Residency Program at Case Western Reserve University, MetroHealth Medical Center and Cleveland Clinic was designed to serve the needs of a diverse group of highly qualified and motivated residents. The breadth and depth of our clinical training, coupled with exceptional opportunities in academic emergency medicine driven by a diverse faculty and excellent support staff, makes this a remarkably strong training program.
Our Residency Program is fully accredited by the ACGME and allows students to gain clinical expertise at three institutions. This collaborative approach ensures our residents are provided with an outstanding environment to prepare them for a career in Emergency Medicine.
Residents will train with more than 65 faculty members and distinguished department leaders who are trained and board-certified in emergency medicine, representing programs from all over the United States. We provide a broad range of opportunities in every facet of our specialty (clinical practice, research, education, organized emergency medicine, pre-hospital care), and our residents become extraordinarily well-prepared to succeed in any career path they choose upon graduation.
About Our InstitutionsResidents will gain clinical, research and educational expertise at three institutions – MetroHealth Medical Center, Cleveland Clinic, and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine – as part of our Emergency Medicine Residency Program. Learn more about our training locations.
Residency Program CurriculumOur residency program is an active research program involving animal and clinical studies with research nurses at both MetroHealth and Cleveland Clinic. Learn more about our program opportunities and curriculum.
How to ApplyApplications are accepted only through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Applications are accepted beginning September 1 through December 1 for a residency portion that begins the following year. Get full application details.