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The Washington University Emergency Medicine Residency Program has an unexpected opening in the upcoming PGY-2 class to begin July 2010. Prospective applicants must have successfully completed one year of an ACGME accredited training program [Emergency Medicine, Surgery, Internal Medicine, Family Practice or Pediatrics (preferred)] prior to July 2010. All applicants must be in good standing at their current training program.

Washington University is a PGY 1-4 format training program with 48 residents (12 per class), over 30 faculty and fellowships in Ped EM, EMS, and Toxicology. Our primary Clinical sites are Barnes-Jewish and St Louis Children’s hospitals each with annual volumes in excess of 60,000 patient visits.

Applicants should send their CV, a personal statement describing the reason for the desired transfer, USMLE scores, Dean’s Letter, 2 letters of recommendation from their residency program, medical school transcript and a letter from their program director outlining their completed rotations and supporting their application.

Douglas M. Char, MD
Residency Program Director
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Washington University in St Louis
314 362-4346 (office)
314 362-0478 (fax)