Emergency Medicine Residency

Emergency Med residents talking to patient

Our Philosophy

Our organization’s primary duty is to develop board certified emergency physicians with the skills to be leaders in emergency medicine. We aspire to be a close knit, supportive residency that ensures each resident excels in the pursuit of professional and personal goals, while fostering a culture of academic excellence and service to the community.

Valleywise Health Emergency Medicine is committed to creating the best emergency medicine residents by underscoring seven principles:

  • Create a dynamic, versatile learning community that encourages the utilization of evidence-based clinical practice and lifelong learning through integration of bedside and didactic teaching and innovative technology.
  • Maintain graded and progressive responsibility with appropriate supervision.
  • Cultivate individual interests and challenge each resident to be the doctors they want to be.
  • Promote advocacy and mentorship for our residents.
  • Achieve balance between the personal and professional goals of each emergency medicine resident.
  • Strengthen the longstanding tradition of pride and support.
  • Cultivate a climate of academic scholarship and inquiry.

Mission Statement

We are a dynamic, close-knit, supportive residency that prides itself in the residents’ pursuit of professional and personal goals while fostering a culture of wellness, clinical & academic excellence, and providing a safety net for the community we serve. Our core purpose is to develop competent and compassionate board-certified emergency physicians with the skills to be leaders in emergency medicine, lifelong learners, and able to practice in any clinical environment.

Aims

We are committed to creating the best emergency medicine residents by underscoring the following aims:

  1. Creating a dynamic learning community that encourages utilization of evidence-based practice and lifelong learning through integration of innovative technology.
  2. Graded and progressive responsibility with appropriate supervision.
  3. Challenging you to be the doctor you want to be by cultivating individual interests.
  4. Promoting local & national advocacy/leadership within emergency medicine.
  5. Achieving balance between the resident’s personal and professional goals.
  6. Cultivating a climate of academic scholarship and inquiry.
  7. Establishing infrastructure, systems development, and education in quality improvement & patient safety.