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Best Ed!!!

Discussion in 'Emergency Medicine' started by mountebank, Jan 12, 2003.

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  1. mountebank

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    Thought I'd mix things up a bit. Since interview season is over for a few and in full swing for others; which ED do you consider to be the best. I'm not asking about the residency program, I'm talking facilities. Plasma screens, Sono-sites at bedside, no curtains WALLS, TV's in room, great computer system, good lighting, attractive staff (male or female).

    so far, the new EDs I've come across have been high on my "superficial" list

    Maryland - 2 months old
    Cook County - weeks old

    any additions?
  2. chicagomd

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    Loma Linda - Pediatric ED (3 months new)
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    mikecwru M.D. = Massive Debt

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    Based on just physical plant, I thought Christiana had a very nice ED. There were a few others that had more options, like hyperbaric chambers, etc.

    A lot of the places had really nice set ups for children's EDs, even if the adult ED looked dumpy (eg, UT Southwestern---great program) has a county adult ED and looks like it, but the kid's side is really nicely set up and big.

    mike
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    I can't believe any ED can compare to the one in Rochester, but Hennepin and Oregon also have really nice physical plants.
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    WashU in St. Louis new ED kicks a$$.
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    Rochester for sure.

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