Why you should consider the South Campus Residency
South Campus has its own three-year EM residency program, a fast track, and an adjacent acute Behavioral Health/Psychiatric hospital.
A few words from Dr. Stoneking...
Why would you want to be a resident here?
The University of Arizona Department of Emergency Medicine South Campus in Tucson, Arizona offers a three-year emergency medicine residency program in a unique setting: a community hospital set in an academic institution. This environment is core to our mission: To develop excellent leaders in Emergency Medicine by immersing our residents in an intellectually stimulating, culturally fulfilling and compassionate environment.
As a student or resident in the Southwest, you will be immersed in a multicultural experience unlike any other, as we treat a high volume of patients from the Hispanic and Native American cultures. Our diverse curriculum focuses on Rural, Border, and Global Medicine and includes medical Spanish language immersion.
The Emergency Medicine residents at the University of Arizona South Campus have the unparalleled opportunity to provide first-line care for diverse populations of rural, inner city, indigent and multicultural people under the supervision of nationally recognized faculty. Our residents receive specialized training in sports medicine, toxicology, emergency ultrasound, neonatal resuscitation, rural, border, and global health medicine.
Our small-sized program fosters a close-knit, team environment where residents are surrounded by friendly, approachable faculty who love to teach. This supportive environment allows residents to thrive, quickly fosters independence, and is centered on resident wellness.
Our faculty are all board certified and nationally known University of Arizona physicians and include experts in Emergency Ultrasound, Toxicology, Sports Medicine, EMS, Research, Critical Care, Simulation and Disaster Preparedness. Over half are certified in EM subspecialties or other specialties. We have a strong commitment to resident and student education and resident led research. Residents participate in a novel three-year evidence-based medicine research curriculum where they develop and conduct a research project and culminates with scholarly presentation at a national conference.
In a constant effort to treat the underserved population in Tucson, we completed our new state-of-the-art emergency department in August 2011. It has 60+ beds, a dedicated secure psychiatric unit, ten high acuity resuscitation rooms, and allows us to provide a high level of service to the ever-expanding south side of Tucson.
If you are interested in our Emergency Medicine residency program at Banner - University Medical Center South, please contact us at EM-SouthCampus@aemrc.arizona.edu or submit your application via ERAS to set up your interview today!
Lisa Stoneking, MD, FACEP
Associate Professor and BUMCS Residency Director