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Tucson Proclaims May 19–25 Emergency Medical Services Week

May 22, 2013

Emergency Medical Services Week began on Monday with the UA Department of Emergency Medicine hosting events for local pre-hospital emergency medical providers, including emergency department physicians and support staff at The University of Arizona Medical Center – University Campus and The University of Arizona Medical Center – South Campus.


Emergency Medical Services Study Awarded Society for Clinical Trials 2012 Trial of the Year

Apr 30, 2013

The study, sponsored by the National Institute of Neurologic Disorders and Stroke, was conducted with partners throughout the nation including the Glendale Fire Department in partnership with the University of Arizona’s Emergency Medicine Research Center (AEMRC).


Two UA Emergency Medicine Programs Earn 10-Year Accreditation

Mar 4, 2013

The accreditation is the result of our opportunity to create an outstanding emergency medicine residency program that combines excellent academics with a focus on rural and global health.


Dr. Sam Keim Appointed Head of Emergency Medicine and Director of the Arizona Emergency Medicine Research Center

Sep 11, 2012

Dr. Keim is a UA professor of emergency medicine and was listed among the best physicians in the United States, as selected by his colleagues nationwide, in the 2011-2012 edition of The Best Doctors in America.


DEM Receives Training Grant to Improve Care and Outcomes of Critically Ill Patients

The UA Department of Emergency Medicine received a $30,000 grant from the Academic Insurance Funding, Limited (AIFL) Risk Management Process Improvement Fund...


DEM Resident is Caregiver of the Month

Moses Mhayamaguru, MD, Emergency Medicine resident, is February's Caregiver of the Month.


Blazing Trails and Leaving a Legacy

The Department of Emergency Medicine is honored to count on the experience and expertise of the father of emergency medicine, Peter Rosen, MD. He routinely shares his knowledge with residents and faculty as a visiting professor at the UA and as a professor of emergency medicine working at Beth-Israel Deaconess Medical Center at Harvard Medical School in Massachusetts.    


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