Emergency Medicine Residency Curriculum

The St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency program is fully accredited by the American Osteopathic Association. The four-year program accepts six residents annually. The curriculum includes 26 weeks of emergency medicine with out rotations scheduled at St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital, a Level 1 Trauma Center and pediatric rotations at Akron Children’s Hospital, Mahoning Valley Campus. Weekly didactics are held that include formal lectures, case studies, board review, journal club and SIM lab education.

  • Weekly Didactics, Thursday 7:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
  • Lectures from Tintinalli and Rosens, alternating yearly
  • Resident lecture presentations
  • SIM Lab: Codes and Procedures, SIM Man
  • Weekly Journal Club
  • Board Review Monthly
  • Oral Board Review Monthly
  • EM Sono Program
  • Rosh Review
  • ACOEP Board Review Course Provided Year 4
  • Access to SEBH, SJWH and SEYH Medical Libraries and Jeghers Medical Index

View Emergency Medicine Curriculum Outline 2015-16