The Department of Emergency Medicine faculty provide adult and pediatric emergent and urgent care services for over 100,000 visits per year at two sites in Tucson, Arizona
- The University of Arizona Medical Center - University Campus (UAMC) level 1 trauma center provides trauma care to the most seriously injured patients in Southern Arizona, Northern Mexico, and Southwestern New Mexico .
- The University of Arizona Medical Center - South Campus (UAMC-South) provides emergency, urgent care, and behavioral health care to the community.
- Emergency Medicine faculty also provide medical direction for the Tucson Fire Department, paramedics, and emergency management services, and staff sports medicine and toxicology clinics at the University of Arizona
UAMC is a center of excellence for tertiary care throughout Southern Arizona, staffed by a multi-specialty group of over 400 faculty physicians who are highly trained specialists in areas such as:
- Pre-hospital care
- Brain injury and stroke
- Cardiovascular care with a 24/7 cardiac catheterization lab
- Pediatric care with the opening of Diamond Children’s Hospital
Both clinical sites feature teaching and research activity:
- 80 residents in three programs provide clinical care at both sites, including two emergency medicine programs and one combined pediatric/emergency medicine program;
- Research faculty from the Arizona Emergency Medicine Research Center are directing clinical trials in pre-hospital and neurologic emergency services at sites throughout Southern Arizona.