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Abrazo Emergency Medicine Residency


A family of residents, faculty, and staff that works collaboratively to serve the community that needs us the most.


For those with a calling to heal, we provide the skills to care for anyone, anywhere, at anytime.

Values – we strive to:

  • Deliver excellent care for our patients
  • Unsurpassed education & training for our colleagues
  • Investigate cutting edge research
  • Demonstrate commitment to our community

Why the Abrazo Emergency Medicine Residency?

We offer training in diverse hospital settings with world renowned faculty that will prepare you to take on any medical challenge in an atmosphere of respect, collaboration, and constant improvement.

Highlights of The Abrazo Emergency Medicine Residency:

  • EM is the only categorical residency based at the level 1 trauma center
  • Schedule and curriculum designed to enhance learning and wellness
  • The Abrazo system sees over 175,000 emergency department patients per year
  • Longitudinal programs in Ultrasound, EMS, & Research
  • Multiple hospitals allow you to get a broad perspective
  • An active medical student education program allows you to hone your teaching skills
  • Evidence based education with a strong research and teaching component
  • Residents are part of the hospital community serving on committees
  • External rotations at the Phoenix Children’s Hospital
  • Protected time for didactics
  • Service to a diverse patient population with regards to education, ethnicity/culture, and socio-economic status.
  • Allowance for textbooks, software, laptops
  • Paid expenses if presenting research at national conferences