PITT... Great diversity in clinical experience-3-4 main hospitals with others serving as a limited role in training. Residents very comfortable with procedures. Also, residents stressed that riding in the Jeep (2nd and 3rd year) prepares them well for making independent/autonomous decisions. Dr Wolfson (PD) seemed very resident friendly, one of the best I've seen. Department is serious about EM, very established program, national leader. Residents happy, all seemed to sell Pittsburgh as a place to live. Seemed like that is the biggest drawback to the program. however, I thought the city wasn't so bad. Had some atypical interview questions (chairman--what does mind-body mean to you) Another question was: describe your best day, what are some problems with em today, where do you see em in the future, where do you see yourself in 10 years. Overall, an exceptional program and decent city to live in.