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Abrazo Emergency Medicine Residency Medical Student Rotations

  • 14 emergency department shifts including one nursing centered shift
  • 1 EMS ride along
  • 1 ultrasound dedicated shift
  • Weekly resident conference
  • Medical student specific conference
  • Monthly Journal Club
  • One medical student case follow-up presentation during conference
  • Interview at rotation’s end for those interested in EM
  • Rotate at multiple Abrazo hospitals for a rounded experience


  • Completed all core clerkships prior to rotation start
  • Have taken step / level 1 of boards
  • Complete application form including CV and cover letter explaining your interest in our program
  • Contact Natasha Brocks, program coordinator for more information

Questions about the Abrazo Emergency Medicine Residency Program?

If you have questions about the Abrazo Emergency Medicine Residency Program, please contact our Residency Coordinator.