Fellowships, Residencies & CME

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Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency Program

The Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency Program (HAEMR) is a dynamic and rewarding experience for pursuing advanced medical training. With the combined resources of Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, and the entire Harvard Medical School teaching hospital network, we’re able to provide an exceptionally comprehensive and diverse learning experience that prepares individuals to advance in the field of Emergency Medicine.

Overview

Training designed to help realize full potential

Course lecture

We are a four-year residency training program sponsored by Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital, two major affiliated teaching hospitals of Harvard Medical School, nationally renowned for their patient care, medical education and research. Our residents are exposed to the breadth and depth of Emergency Medicine in a diverse patient population in varied environments ranging from tertiary and quaternary high acuity referral centers, a leading children’s hospital with a pediatric Emergency Medicine sub-specialty training program, to an outstanding community hospital. Patient care and supervisory responsibility are graduated over the course of the program with our senior residents supervising, teaching, and managing our busy emergency departments. Ample elective time allows our residents the flexibility to pursue academically enriching experiences that, coupled with leadership and personal development, fit their career goals.

For more information, go to www.haemr.org.

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