Jacobi/Montefiore Emergency Medicine Residency Program


The Department of Emergency Medicine is committed to training exceptional physicians both with a broad ability to treat varied disease processes as well as an opportunity to further specialize in several areas of training. 



Research fellowships are offered through Albert Einstein College of Medicine at both Montefiore Medical Center Emergency Department and Jacobi Medical Center Emergency Department. Each fellowship program offers unique mentorship by either NIH funded faculty or research fellowship trained faculty over a two-year period. During this time the research fellow earns a concurrent Masters Degree in Clinical Investigation. Both programs allow access to the Einstein Research Profiles Web Portal. Access to this tool aids in development of new research collaborations and identification of biomedical expertise. 

The Einstein Research Profiles website has been developed to provide easy access to publications, information about NIH grants, and each investigator's network of collaborators. This portal serves as a powerful resource for integrating information from publications and grants. 


Pediatric Emergency Medicine 

Every year, EM residents complete 4-6 weeks of dedicated Pediatric Emergency Medicine rotations. Residents alternate between the Jacobi Pediatric ED, an independent level I pediatric trauma center and the Montefiore Children's Hospital, one of the nation's top pediatric specialty centers. With exposure to dedicated Pediatric residents, fellows and attendings, the Pediatric rotation allows specialized training and pathology throughout all years of residency. 



The Jacobi Fellowship in Emergency Medicine Ultrasound is a one-year program designed to develop expertise in all areas of emergency medicine ultrasound applications. Jacobi Medical Center is a busy Level 1 trauma center with 3 ultrasound machines based in the emergency department. The fellow works 20 hours per week in the didactic of ultrasound skills and interpretation at Jacobi Medical Center and 20 hours clinically split between Jacobi Medical Center and North Center Bronx Hospital. In addition to the didactic curriculum, fellows will assist in education, research into new applications and quality assurance for the department. At the end of one year, the fellow will be eligible for RDMS accreditation. The goal is to produce experts and leaders in the field of emergency medicine ultrasound. Physicians who will not only have the skills in ultrasonography and image interpretation, but who can ultimately develop and maintain an emergency department division of ultrasound and/or emergency medicine ultrasound fellowship themselves.

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