Albert Einstein College of Medicine Jacobi/Montefiore Residency Program

Residency

The Emergency Medicine Residency Program of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine was established in 1975 at Jacobi Medical Center. It was the first residency in Emergency Medicine in NewYork City and is one of the oldest programs in the country. The addition in 1996 of Montefiore Medical Center as a second training site established an ideal educational environment by coupling Jacobi's strength as acommunity-based, municipal hospital and trauma center with the tremendous resources of a tertiary care, university hospital.  Emergency Medicine has full academic departmental status within the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. 

The combination of experiences at Jacobi and Montefiore provides our residents with an incredibly diverse and rewarding education in Emergency Medicine. Our residents learn compassionate and socially sensitive care of patients from all walks of life and all parts of the world.  At the same time, the combined Jacobi-Montefiore experience provides our residents with the tools they will need to be successful practitioners and leaders in the field. 


 

How to Apply 

Positions in the Emergency Medicine Residency are offered exclusively through the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP).  The program offers residency for the 1st through 4th years of training.

Forfurther information regarding the match, contact:

National Resident Matching Program 

2450 NStreet, NW

Washington, DC 20037-1127

Email: NRMP@aamc.org 

Tel: (202) 828-0566

Fax: (202) 828-4794

The program is a participant in the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).


 

Accreditation 

The residency program in Emergency Medicine at Jacobi- Montefiore is designed to meet all requirements of the American Board of Emergency Medicine and the Residency Review Committee of Emergency Medicine, the residency credentialing body of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. Our residents have an excellent performance record on both the written and oral parts of the certifying examination.

The Emergency Medicine program is fully accredited by the ACGME through January 2013, the Albert Einstein College of Medicine fully supports the ACGME work hour requirements.