Residency Program Development
Emergency Medicine residency programs are essential in preparing future physicians to be top performers in your ED.  A successful residency program must promote excellence in the clinical, academic, and administrative aspects of emergency medicine.

As faculty members at Harvard Medical School, our physicians know how to take advantage of the unique academic opportunities at Harvard Medical School, the Harvard teaching hospitals, and the Harvard School of Public Health. We will help you design and implement residency development programs that will:

  • Prepare residents to handle the clinical and administrative demands of busy EDs;
  • Grade residents in areas such as patient satisfaction and patient flow;
  • Teach residents to supervise medical students and other residents;
  • Require residents to complete a research or academic project that results in a paper suitable for publication.
View our case study on the creation of a residency program in Tuscany
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency

Click here to learn about the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Harvard-Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency. This three-year program (PGY-1 to PGY-3) is affiliated with Harvard Medical School and is based at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), a 57,000 visit per year Level I trauma center.  Led by one of our senior consultants, Carlo Rosen, M.D., this residency program’s educational goals are to promote excellence in the clinical, academic, and administrative aspects of emergency medicine.

Ultrasound Program Development
Emergency physicians are able to identify life-threatening diagnoses in seconds by using ultrasound at the bedside. The use of ultrasound in the emergency department has been proven to decrease the overall length of stay in the ED, to be a cost-effective approach to making a diagnosis, to increase patient satisfaction and, most importantly, to improve the overall level of patient care.  Our faculty design and teach emergency ultrasound programs that consist of:
  • Physician training in emergency ultrasound;
  • Physician accreditation in emergency ultrasound;
  • Quality assurance and continuing medical education;
  • Ultrasound fellowships.