Emergency Physicians

Graduate Medical Education

Residency Training

MEP is home to the Georgetown/MedStar Washington Hospital Center Emergency Medicine Residency Program, which is a PGY1 through PGY-3 training program established in 2006.

Emergency medicine residents rotate primarily at MedStar Washington Hospital Center and MedStar Georgetown University Hospital.

For more information on our training program, curriculum and residents, visit our program website.

We also host residents during their EM rotation from other departments within our institutions, including internal medicine, pediatrics, family medicine, and surgery.

Available opportunities for MEP faculty include involvement in all aspects of the training program, including: clinical teaching, procedure teaching, didactic teaching, recruitment, career guidance, quality improvement projects, scholarly projects, and mentorship.

Fellowship Training

MEP also hosts several fellowship programs for EM residency graduates:

Sports Medicine - a one-year, EM-based primary care sports medicine fellowship program leading to preparation for subspeciality certification through the American Board of Emergency Medicine.

Emergency Ultrasound - a one-year fellowship covering all aspects of emergency ultrasound.

Health Care Policy - a one- to two-year fellowship for EM residency graduates, in collaboration with the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University, fellows gain expertise in all aspects of health care policy.

Critical Care Medicine (IM-based program) - a two-year fellowship leading to preparation for subspecialty certification in critical care through the American Board of Internal Medicine, fellowship routinely hosts EM residency graduates.