Why you should consider the South Campus Residency
A few words from Dr. Stoneking...
Why would you want to be a resident here?
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. The unique curriculum focuses on Rural, Border, and Global Medicine and includes medical Spanish Language immersion. In addition, you will have the opportunity to work with acute psychiatric illnesses and substance abuse in our emergency behavioral health unit.
Our faculty are all board certified and nationally known University of Arizona physicians and include experts in Emergency Ultrasound, Toxicology, Sports Medicine, EMS, Education, 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.
This is an exciting time of growth at UAMC-South Campus Hospital as we build for the future. In a constant effort to treat the underserved in Tucson, we completed our new state-of-the-art emergency department in August 2011. It has 55 beds and allows us to provide a high level of service to the ever-expanding south side of Tucson.
Again, welcome! If you are interested in our Emergency Medicine residency program based here at UAMC-South Campus Hospital, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or submit your application via ERAS to set up your interview today!