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Who We Are
The Temple University Department of Emergency Medicine is comprised of more than 40 faculty members and 42 residents with diverse backgrounds, interests, experiences, and expertise. Together, we provide cutting-edge, compassionate care for more than 180,000 patients each year in our emergency departments. Our Department of EM is well-respected not only for the ED care we provide, but also for the outstanding culture and camaraderie that exists within our faculty and resident groups, the mentoring and academic career development that we provide to our residents, and our engagement with and support for our underserved community. Our faculty and residents hold major leadership positions in national organizations, our hospitals, and the medical school, which provides outstanding clinical, teaching, leadership, and scholarship opportunities for our residents.
We believe in rolling up our sleeves to teach and learn emergency medicine. Temple's high-volume, high-acuity settings expose our residents to the breadth and depth of the specialty and prepare them to excel in any practice setting or fellowship training. Our residents get exposure to the spectrum of EM subspecialties and practice settings so that they can make informed choices about their own career goals. We provide the resources and mentoring to support them in achieving those goals.
The Latest from Temple Emergency Medicine
September 5, 2020
The Temple University Hospital GME office will be holding a virtual showcase via Zoom for URIM residency and fellowship applicants on October 28th and October 16th respectively. Join to hear from our residents, fellows and faculty and learn about our programs! See the flyers below for more information
October 24, 2020
Lehigh University Athletics profiled Shannon Wright, MD, a first-year resident in the Department of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Wright ran track and field and cross-country and received her undergraduate degree from Lehigh University. As a student-athlete at Lehigh, she was diagnosed with a benign brain mass and underwent surgery. The experience was a factor in her decision to attend medical school and specialize in emergency medicine.
August 19, 2020
America's Essential Hospitals recognizes Temple University Hospital for the development of a hub-and-spoke model to care for patients with opioid use disorder in an office-based opioid treatment program setting. Click the icon below for the article and see the video featuring Dr. D'Orazio, our medical toxicologist and addiction medicine specialist.
August 18, 2020
The Temple Emergency Department is committed to addressing racial bias in the healthcare system and the disparities that result. We firmly believe that diverse and inclusive teams are essential for providing the best care for our patients. Take a look at our newly published pamphlet that outlines our philosophy and initiatives.
July 24, 2020
Our very own Dr. Kelly Holz was recently featured in Common Sense, a magazine by AAEM. Click below and see her article on page 32 to brush up on the keys to ED operations management in a crisis like COVID-19. Great work Kelly!
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