Is the Emergency Medicine GME an Accredited Program?
The Garnet Health Medical Center Emergency Medicine Residency Program received its Continued Accreditation from the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) in September 2019.
What level Trauma Center is Garnet Health Medical Center?
Garnet Health Medical Center is currently a Level II Trauma Center.
Is housing offered to students?
Housing is not formally offered for Audition rotations; however we do receive a discounted rate from the Microtel located down the road from the hospital.
When are program conferences scheduled?
The Emergency Medicine Residency Program conferences are scheduled every Wednesday from 8:00am-1:00pm (unless otherwise notified) and are a part of the Audition Rotation scheduling. A few of the standing conference items include Quiz and Review, SIM lab sessions, M&M, Ultrasound Training, Journal Club, EKG and Oral Board Review.
When will I see my rotation schedule?
Didactic and assigned reading materials for Quiz and Review will be sent to you prior to your rotation start date for review, along with your rotation schedule. Any dates needed off during the rotation must be provided to Dr. Roantree a minimum of two weeks before your start date.
When are student evaluations completed?
Prior to the start of your rotation, you will be provided access to the student website, where you can find evaluation forms that should be completed by your supervising attending physician on each shift, as well as a procedure log, which should be kept up-to-date during your rotation. At the end of your rotation you will have an exit interview with Dr. Roantree and should bring all of these completed forms with you.