Explore This IssueACEP Now: Vol 39 – No 08 – August 2020
Year founded: 2008
Number of residents/program length: 12 residents/year, 3-year program
Secret weapons (medical):
UH is a program looking to innovate and make our mark on the field. With a youthful faculty hailing from programs around the nation, we have opportunities in nearly every subspecialty, from EMS to pediatric emergency medicine, critical care to sports medicine, point-of-care ultrasound to toxicology. A diverse clinical experience and engaging conference sessions combine to prepare our graduates as expert diagnosticians, master resuscitationists, and skilled advocates. Our community of trainees practices at a busy urban Level 1 trauma center as well as suburban regional medical centers and rural Level 3 hospitals, ensuring they are prepared for a fulfilling, lifelong career in emergency medicine.
Secret weapons (nonmedical):
Cleveland is the ideal city for a resident, offering all the amenities of a large U.S. city while maintaining a low cost of living. Some of America’s top cultural attractions are a short walk from the hospital, including the Cleveland Museum of Art and Severance Hall, home to the world-renowned Cleveland Orchestra. Downtown, you will find the second-largest theater district in the country and a prominent sports scene with three professional teams. To get outside, visit the Cuyahoga Valley National Park only 45 minutes away and the Cleveland Metroparks, or “Emerald Necklace,” spanning more than 23,700 acres and 300 miles of trails including multiple parks on Lake Erie, one of the few places in the Midwest where you can surf.
Recent publications of note:
Foster SD, Hart K, Lindsell CJ, et al. Impact of a low intensity and broadly inclusive ED care coordination intervention on linkage to primary care and ED utilization. Am J Emerg Med. 2018;36(12):2219-2224.
Hill J, Stull M, Stettler B, et al. Development and validation of a lecture assessment tool for emergency medicine residents. AEM Educ Train. 2018;2(4):310-316.
Ma IWY, Desy J, Woo MY, et al. Consensus-based expert development of critical items for direct observation of point-of-care ultrasound skills. J Grad Med Educ. 2020;12(2):176-184.
Cleveland is the birthplace of Superman, and many Hollywood movies have been shot here, including “The Avengers” and “Men in Black.”