St. Joseph Warren Hospital's Emergency Medicine Residency Program is an independent program with participation and affiliation with the OU-HCOM CORE, St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital and Akron Children's Hospital.

Core Faculty:

  • Jill Uberti, DO, Director
  • Nicholas Cardinal, DO
  • Alisa Roberts
  • Tom Gifford 

St. Joseph is a Level III Trauma Center with an annual patient volume of approximately 35,000. Residents are exposed to a variety of patients including pediatric, cardiac, OB/GYN and trauma with a high acuity of illness. The program incorporates the use of bedside ultrasound and Glyde Scope in our clinical practice and offer ample opportunity for procedures. Our residents enjoy increasing clinical autonomy as they progress through the program. The program didactics include weekly lecture participation and monthly RPAC lectures with other CORE programs. The use of SimMan® and attendance at the Ohio ACEP and ACOEP board review courses add to the residents' educational experience.

Trauma » St. Joseph is a Level III Trauma Center as a base hospital with ER/Trauma/SICU/MICU rotations each year at St. Elizabeth, the area's only Level I Trauma Center.
Pediatrics » associated with Akron Children's Hospita l main campus in Akron, OH and Mahoning Valley Hospital campus in Boardman, OH.
SimMan » incorporating a fully functional clinical simulation lab capable of practicing procedures including thoracostomy tubes, paracardiocentesis, intubations, emergency airways, joint aspirations, utrasounds and more.
Weekly Lectures » given by attendings
Monthly RPAC » gathering with other CORE emergency medicine programs to pool our resources from across the state each month to enhance the resident's educational experience. Spanning 8 hospitals and 6 separate emergency medicine programs, forty or more residents come together each month in person or via videoconference to participate and learn from specialists in multiple fields throughout the year.
Ultrasound experience » required clinically each shift by a resident, as well as formal training and didactics.
Community EMS » prehospital EMS rotations and exposure, as well as the option for helicopter experience.