The Jackson Health System/University of Miami Miller School of Medicine in affiliation with Holy Cross Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency Program is a 3-year ACGME approved program that offers a comprehensive patient-centered model designed to train compassionate and expert Emergency Medicine leaders.
Our curriculum was developed to incorporate multiple modalities of learning; simulation, small group sessions, review and lectures to develop outstanding future clinicians and scholars. Rotation locations include Jackson Memorial Hospital/Ryder Trauma Center, University of Miami Hospital, Miami VA Hospital and Holy Cross Hospital. Rotations at these different hospitals provide our residents experience in private, academic and county hospitals, and prepares them for either academic or private careers in emergency medicine.
Established in the heart of Miami in 1918, Jackson Memorial Hospital is the largest public hospital in the nation with over 1550 beds. Our emergency department sees an average of 110,000 patients annually. Ryder Trauma Center serves as the only Level 1 Trauma Center in Miami-Dade County, which sees a vast amount of penetrating and blunt trauma. Jackson Memorial Hospital is a safety net hospital that serves a large indigent population and immigrant population impacting and making a difference in people who have limited access to medical care. Our EM faculty has decades of experience educating students, interns and residents and is dedicated to teaching, promoting and advancing emergency medicine. We are confident that our unique residency program is what you are looking for.
Your exposure to emergency medicine will be like no other; and the result will be an education and work readiness beyond compare. Not to mention the exciting and invigorating lifestyle Miami has to offer. Join the Jackson Emergency Medicine Residency Program: where national expertise meets excellence in global health training.