|EMERGENCY MEDICINE ELECTIVES|
Emergency Medicine Elective
The Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of New Mexico offers a 4 week elective in emergency medicine for 4th year medical students. We are a level I trauma center, university based teaching hospital and referral center and serve a diverse population of 1.5 million people. We are home to a nationally known residency program in emergency medicine and have active research programs in the areas of injury prevention, toxicology, international and disaster medicine, and infectious diseases. This program does not take Foreign medical students, no exceptions.
Please follow the link to the application page for more information on applying for the rotation.
14-16, 8 hour shifts in our emergency department
Primary patient care responsibilities for a wide variety of patients in the ED
Participation in trauma and medical resuscitations
One to one student/attending ratio
Dedicated teaching by 3rd year EM residents
Student Conference on Wednesday from 8 am - 12 pm:
Resident Conference on wednesday from 11 am - 4 pm:
Skills Labs: We offer a suturing lab and a hands on ED US lab every month
ED Student Shift Evaluation Form: click here.Upon completion of the Disaster Medicine Rotation, please submit the following
evaluation online: Emergency Medicine Rotation Evaluation.