Residency Vacancy Services

The SAEM Residency Vacancy Service was established to connect EM residency directors with prospective residents to fill unexpected vacancies in training programs. Programs are invited to notify SAEM of any unexpected vacancies or positions created due to program expansion, etc. and SAEM monitors and updates the listings. Prospective emergency medicine residents may review these listings and contact the residency programs directly.
 
If you would like a Residency Vacancy listed or if information needs to be updated, please email SAEM at ResidencyVacancy@saem.org

CURRENT LISTINGS (4)

Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center
Emergency Medicine Residency Program

The Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center Emergency Medicine residency programis seeking well-qualified applicants for up to a total of two additional positions in our EM-1 class beginning July 1, 2018 due to a recently approved expansion of the residency complement to the program.

Applicants must:1) be in good standing at their current medical school and will be graduating by the beginning of June 2018, or have recently graduated from medical school, OR  2) be currently enrolled in good standing or recently finished with an ACGME-accredited preliminary or transitional year residency program.

Please send all the following application information listed below to Ms. Fanta Davis-Clarke via email at Fanta.Davis@nychhc.org:

  • Cover letter explaining interest and reason(s) for Emergency Medicine/personal statement
  • Current Curriculum Vitae
  • USMLE Scores (Step 1, Step 2 CK & CS and Step 3 if available)
  • Medical School Transcript and Diploma, Prior Residency training diploma if applicable
  • Dean's Letter (MPSE)
  • Any current licensure and required certifications

At least Three Letters of Recommendations to include the following types depending on your current level of training: 

  • if currently enrolled in or recently finished a preliminary or transitional year residency then requirea letter of recommendation from your Program Director
  • SLOE(s) and/or Emergency Medicine Attending or EM Clerkship Director or EM leadership or EM Program Director letter of recommendation(s) 
  • Departmental Attending letters of recommendation from rotations in the hospital

About Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center Emergency Medicine:

The Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center Emergency Medicine residency is a comprehensive, 4-year training program based at a Level I Trauma Center, in Bronx, NY. 

As one of the oldest EM residencies in N.Y., we provide a very active clinical, educational and research program. The Institution has a strong teaching affiliation with Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University. Our graduates have ample career opportunities to pursue post-residency employment in academic, fellowship and community settings.

With an annual patient census of over 174,000, we have a new Emergency Department area with Adult, Pediatric, Critical Care, Psychiatric and Fast Track sections.

Please visit our residency website at: www.lincolnemresidency.comfor more information.

Contact information:

Program Director: Elaine B. Josephson, MD FACEP
Residency Program Coordinator:  Fanta Davis-Clarke
Address:  Department of Emergency Medicine 2C2, Room 445A
234 East 149th Street
Bronx, NY 10451
Phone: (718) 579-6011

Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center
Emergency Medicine Residency Program

The Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center Emergency Medicine residency program is seeking well-qualified applicants for up to a total of two EM-2 positions beginning July 1, 2018 due to a recently approved expansion of the residency complement to the program.

Applicants must:1) have successfully completed at least one year in an ACGME-accredited Emergency Medicine residency program, or 2) be currently enrolled in, and in good standing with, an ACGME-accredited Emergency Medicine residency program, and have the support of their current program director. 

Please send allthe following application information listed below to Ms. Fanta Davis-Clarke via email at Fanta.Davis@nychhc.org:

Cover letter explaining interest and reason(s) for leaving current program/personal statement

  • Current Curriculum Vitae
  • Three Letters of Recommendation from Emergency Medicine Attending Physicians, one of which needs to be from your current Emergency Medicine Residency Program Director
  • USMLE Scores (Step 1, Step 2 CK & CS and Step 3 if available)
  • In-Service Training Exam Score
  • List of rotations that will be successfully completed by 6/30/18
  • Medical School Transcript and Diploma
  • Dean's Letter (MPSE)
  • Any current licensure and required certifications

About Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center Emergency Medicine:

The Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center Emergency Medicine residency is a comprehensive, 4-year training program based at a Level I Trauma Center, in Bronx, NY. 

As one of the oldest EM residencies in N.Y., we provide a very active clinical, educational and research program. The Institution has a strong teaching affiliation with Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University. Our graduates have ample career opportunities to pursue post-residency employment in academic, fellowship and community settings.

With an annual patient census of over 174,000, we have a new Emergency Department area with Adult, Pediatric, Critical Care, Psychiatric and Fast Track sections. 

Please visit our residency website for more information.

Contact information:

Program Director: Elaine B. Josephson, MD FACEP  

Residency Program Coordinator: Fanta Davis-Clarke

Address:  
Department of Emergency Medicine 2C2, Room 445A 
234 East 149thStreet, Bronx, NY 10451
Phone: (718) 579-601

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Emergency Medicine Residency

The Johns Hopkins Department of Emergency Medicine residency program has an unexpected opening for a well-qualified applicant for a PGY-2 position beginning July 1, 2018.  We are seeking a candidate who is interested in joining our unique four-year Emergency Medicine training program in Baltimore, MD.

Applicants must 1) have successfully completed at least one year in an ACGME-accredited Emergency Medicine residency program, 2) be currently enrolled in an Emergency Medicine residency program in good standing, 3) have current program director approval. 

Applicants currently enrolled in ACGME accredited non-Emergency Medicine residency programs may contact the program director to determine eligibility.

Please submit the following information electronically via email to the Academic Program Manager, Stephanie Morville.

Submit:  

  • Cover letter stating interest and reason for leaving program
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • USMLE Scores (Step 1, Step 2 CK & CS)
  • Medical School Transcript
  • Medical Student Performance Evaluation (MSPE)
  • Three letters of recommendation, ideally following the eSLOE format; one must be from current program director.
  • A list of rotations that will be successfully completed by 6/30/2018

Program Director, Linda Regan, MD
Academic Program Manager, Stephanie Morville, smorvill@jhmi.edu
Medical Education Coordinator, Christina Tarleton

Visit our website for more information on the program.

 Sunrise Consortium

 

Location: Las Vegas, NV

ACGME Accreditation: September 2017

PGY 2 Positions: 7

Requirements: 

  • USMLE or COMLEX scores
  • 3 LOR with cover sheet describing why your are interested in transferring
  • In Service exam scores

Full description here.

Program Director contact information:

Michael Allswede DO
Program Director,
MountainView Program in Emergency Medicine
Clinical Associate Professor,
University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine

2880 N. Tenaya Way, Las Vegas, NV 8912
Residency Coordinator: 702-962-9551
Private Office: 702-962-9603