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Health Science Campus
Emergency Medicine Residency
3600 Arlington Ave., Mailstop 1088
Toledo, Ohio 43614-5807
Welcome to the
Emergency Medicine Residency
at the University of Toledo!
Our program is distinguished by a number of important initiatives. We have a fabulous group of faculty that are busy preparing for your arrival next July. We have faculty who are working on research, curriculum, orientation month, EMS, international electives, procedural skills, disaster preparedness and administrative opportunities.
As a resident at UTMC, you will have the opportunity to learn the practice of emergency medicine, as well as to participate as an educator. Our medical school provides a nurturing educational environment where residents can participate in teaching procedural skills, physical exam skills, medical ethics, and other educational opportunities.
Probably most importantly, the whole reason we have started an emergency medicine residency is because we care about your success as an emergency physician. We want you to succeed as an emergency physician, and we can help provide the tools to help you succeed.
Whether your aspirations are to become an emergency physician clinician, researcher, educator, ED Medical Director, regional or national leader, or EMS director, our program will provide the tools necessary to reach YOUR goals! Welcome!
AMessage from Dr. Gold
As the Dean of the College of Medicine and Provost and Executive Vice President for Health Affairs, I would like to welcome you to our Emergency Medicine Residency. The University of Toledo Health Sciences Campus and programs as well as the College of Medicine would like to express our enthusiastic support of the Residency.
The University Medical Center (UMC) , a Level I Trauma Center, boasts excellence in the treatment of trauma patients, cardiovascular emergencies, and neurologic emergencies. UTMC is the only area hospital with an accredited primary stroke center, and participates in important research in stroke management as well as other important areas of medical and surgical treatment.
We are committed to providing leading edge, compassionate health care to our patients and to serve as an educational resource to the neighbors in our surrounding communities across northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan. In addition, breakthrough research and innovative clinical programs at University of Toledo spark new advances in medical science every day, taking health care to a higher level.
UTMC is the only academic health center in the region - we combine innovative education, pioneering research and compassionate care to provide leading-edge educational environment. UT's education and resources allow us to attract faculty and staff who are at the forefront of their medical or surgical professions. We continue to offer the highest technology, the latest treatments and medical breakthroughs, combined with a sensitive approach to healing patients.
The UTCOM Emergency Medicine Residency offers a unique opportunity for residents to excel in clinical care, research, and education. I welcome you to our program and look forward to working with you!
Jeffrey P. Gold, M.D.
AMessage from Dr. McGinnis
I would like to welcome you to the University of Toledo Medical Center. The Medical Center continues to develop into a world class academic medical center. As such, one of our main areas of focus is on the education and training of the next generation of physicians. We readily recognize that the best medical care is delivered at teaching institutions with a commitment to creating and disseminating new knowledge. The progress we are making is directly related to the high quality of our residents and fellows. Our continued emphasis on patient safety and the delivery of high quality patient care will allow us to meet our mission of “improving the human condition.” I hope you will seriously consider joining our team of dedicated physicians in this endeavor.
Ronald McGinnis, M.D.