The Department of Emergency Medicine is pleased to welcome our new faculty and fellows for the academic year 2013-2014. Our faculty provide adult and pediatric emergent services for over 100,000 visits per year at the University and South campuses of The University of Arizona Medical Center.
The College of Medicine – Tucson is pleased to announce that Richard Amini, MD, assistant professor of emergency medicine, has been appointed assistant dean for student affairs.
New nationwide report quantifies value of poison centers
PHOENIX - A recent nationwide report finds that the 57 poison centers in the United States save citizens more than $1.8 billion annually in medical costs. Examination of additional data collected in Arizona shows that the state‚Äôs two centers save residents of the Grand Canyon State nearly $45.5 million every year.
The Department of Emergency Medicine is proud to announce the 2014 graduates from the three residency programs: University Campus, South Campus and EM/Peds Combined programs...
It's not too late to participate in the community-wide scavenger hunt for life-saving emergency defibrillators, but time is running out when the challenge ends on September 30th...