Education | Residency | Curriculum

Program Details

Length of Residency: 4 years

Number of Positions: 12 per Year

Stipend and Benefits: Resident Benefits

Application: Exclusively through the ERAS system

Interviews by invitation: November through January

Applicants: US medical school graduate in good standing and USMLE scores, and must be eligible for temporary licensing in the State of Missouri.

PGY I (Intern)

Orientation - 10 days
Emergency Medicine - 4 months
Internal Medicine - 1 month
Cardiothoracic ICU - 1 month
Surgical ICU - 1 month
Obstetrics - 2 weeks
Newborn Nursery - 2 weeks
ED Ultrasound - 1 month
Adult Anes - 2 weeks
Pediatric Anesthesia - 2 weeks
Pediatrics - 1 month
Pediatric EM - 1 month
Vacation - 3 weeks
Introduction to Research - 1 week

PGY II

Emergency Medicine - 6 months
Emerg Med Research - 0.5 months
Emerg Med Services – 0.5 months
Procedures- 0.5 months
Neurologic ICU - 1 month
Surgical ICU - 1 month
Pediatric ICU - 1 month
Ped EM - 1 month (integrated over EM mo)
Vacation - 3 weeks
Reading Period/Admin - 1 week

PGY III

Emergency Medicine - 6.5 months
Education - 1 month
Community Emerg. Medicine – 1 month
MICU - 1 month
Elective-1 month
Clinical Toxicology - 1 month
Ped EM - 1 month (integrated over EM mo)
Vacation - 3 weeks
Reading Period - 1 week

PGY IV

Emergency Medicine - 6 months
Clinical Electives - 3 months
Teaching Resident - 1 month
Community EM - 1 mo (admin rotatation)
Ped EM - 1 month (integrated over EM mo)
Vacation - 3 weeks
Reading Period - 1 week




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