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...
Get to know our first-year emergency Medicine resident, Kubwimana Moses Mhayamaguru...
The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson has seen many advances and accomplishments since it was founded in 1967, and this publication—Shaping the Future of Medicine—captures the history and highlights of the College and each of its departments.
Sam Keim, MD, professor and head of the Department of Emergency Medicine, has been named one of the College of Medicine’s 2015 program mentors.
The 'Chain of Survival' takes you through each key stage of saving a person's life. It begins with the first symptoms of a medical emergency, such as a heart attack, continues with quick response and advanced life support from paramedics, and ends with the successful treatment of a patient.