Welcome to the Kendall Regional Medical Center’s Emergency Medicine Residency program webpage. We are a newly accredited three-year residency program who offers twelve categorical positions per year. The Emergency Medicine Residency, through its strong partnership with Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, our residents will have access to a state-of-the-art simulation center, the FIU library and other university resources. FIU also provides research, institutional support, rotating medical students and other resources at our fingertips. The academic component of training is emphasized by a regular schedule of conferences with mandatory attendance. Progress in the program is monitored by evaluations for each rotation, as well as annual participation in the Emergency Medicine In-Service examination. Residents are expected to participate in research and mentoring of medical students. Participation in medical missions is also encouraged.
The KRMC trauma program is a multi-disciplinary team that includes Trauma Surgery, Emergency Medicine and Anesthesia. Our Emergency Department physicians are required to respond to every trauma alert and co-manage the trauma patient.
The Emergency Medicine faculty at Kendall Regional Medical Center is very diverse and includes fellowship training in Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Public Health, Ultrasound, Simulation, Sports Medicine and EMS.
As you learn more about Kendall Regional, our ER faculty, our patient mix and our institutional support, you'll find that it is an excellent place to train in Emergency Medicine. Kendall Regional is a tertiary care receiving center for many hospitals across South Florida and the Keys. We are an accredited Burn Center, Level 1 Trauma Center, STEMI and Stroke Center. Our annual census is greater than 90,000 patients per year between our adult and separate Pediatric Emergency Department.
For more information, you may visit our third-party website at: www.kendallem.com