Just wondering. The early morning panic is not my cup of tea.
With any office specialty there's the possibility of rounds (unless you don't get privileges at the local hospitals), even if it's just to see consults. With EM, there are no rounds.
But as people above have mentioned, with other specialties, the rounding vs not rounding depends a lot on how you structure your practice and is not something inherent to the specialty.
...except when on ICU rotations (ICU rounds can be LONG!) or the pain service (rounds may be quick for each patient, but can be a LOT of patients depending on the hospital, and the pages asking to adjust epidurals and meds for chronic pain patients can get old really fast!)Anesthesiology has basically no rounds, no notes, and no reason to wear a tie (scrubs everyday!).