Residency Vacancy Services
The SAEM Residency Vacancy Service connects emergency medicine (EM) residency directors with prospective residents to fill vacancies in training programs. Programs are invited to notify SAEM of any unexpected vacancies or positions created due to program expansion, etc., and SAEM will post your listing on its website. Prospective EM residents may review these listings and contact the residency programs directly.
If you would like a Residency Vacancy listed or if information needs to be updated, please email SAEM at ResidencyVacancy@saem.org.
Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Roosevelt Emergency Medicine Residency Program
The Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Roosevelt Emergency Medicine Residency in New York, NY is a PGY 1-3 program with an unexpected PGY-2 opening for a well-qualified applicant, beginning July 1, 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter.
Applicants must be eligible for an ACGME approved PGY-2 Emergency Medicine resident trainee position. The successful candidate will be in good standing within his/her current training program with program director approval and have no current NRMP Match violations.
Applicants should send the following:
- Cover Letter stating interest and reason for leaving current program
- Curriculum Vitae
- USMLE Scores (Step 1, Step 2 CK & CS, Step 3 if applicable)
- Medical School Transcript and Diploma
- Medical Student Performance Evaluation (MSPE) / Dean's Letter
- 3 letters of recommendation; one must be from the current program director
- List of rotations already completed in residency training
Please visit our website for more information on our program: www.slremresidency.org
The Department of Emergency Medicine at Community Medical Center, in Collaboration with Rutgers University's School of Medicine
The Department of Emergency Medicine at Community Medical Center, in collaboration with Rutgers University's School of Medicine, will be rolling out a new Emergency Medicine Residency Program starting in the summer of 2021. Seeking Leadership and Core Faculty-Academic Appointments Available. Learn more!
New York-Presbyterian Queens
Due to an increase in the size of our resident complement, New York Presbyterian Queens is now actively recruiting for an open PGY-2 and PGY-3 position in the Emergency Medicine Residency starting approximately July 1, 2019. Applicants should have already completed or should currently be completing a full post-graduate year in Emergency Medicine. Respectfully, there will be no exceptions to this.
Below are just some of the highlights of our program and institution:
- Affiliation With Weill Cornell Medical College
- Urban, Academic, Community
- Serves One Of The Most Ethnically Diverse Communities In The US
- Over 120 Languages Spoken
- 460 Inpatient Beds
Receiving Hospital For:
- US Open
- Citi Field
- LaGuardia/JFK Airport
- Level I Trauma Center
- Stroke Center
- Cancer Center
- Heart And Vascular Center
- Orthopedics And Rehabilitation
- Women And Children’s Services
Our Emergency Department:
120,000 Annual Visits And Growing
Staffed With Board Certified EM Physicians
Established, Fully-Accredited EM PGY 1-3 Residency With 9 Residents Per Class
Level I Trauma Center
Separate Pediatric ED
Dedicated CT Scanner And X-Ray Machines
24-Hour Cardiac Catheterization
Manage Patients In The:
- Adult And Pediatric ED
- Resuscitation Bay
- Urgent Care / Fast Track
- Critical Care Units
Educational Conferences On Wednesdays; Morning Report On All Other Weekdays
Flipped-Classroom, Large Lecture Format And Small Group Format, Robust Preparation For The In-Training Exam, Written And Oral Boards
Procedural And Critical Care Competency Using State-Of-The-Art Human Simulation Lab
4 Fellowships - Simulation, Education, Ultrasound, Administration
Opportunities For Research And Scholarly Activity
Opportunities For International EM And Global Health
Established Wellness Curriculum and Training
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For consideration, applicants should submit the following:
Cover Letter indicating your current academic standing, interests, overall experience, and current circumstances
- Current CV
- USMLE Scores
- Medical School Transcript and Diploma
- Medical Student Performance Evaluation (MSPE)/Dean’s Letter
- List of rotations/credits already completed in current residency
- 3 Letters of reference, preferably from core faculty at your current institution (one should be from your current Program Director).
Please send all application materials to our Residency Coordinator, Lily Hu at firstname.lastname@example.org and Residency Director, Saumil Parikh, MD at email@example.com. We can also be reached via phone at 718-661-7305.