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Mission—Why we’re here:
- To train and mentor the next generation of highly competent, humanistic
Emergency Physicians to be successful in any clinical setting and become leaders
in Emergency Medicine.
Vision—Where we’re headed:
- Our goal is to be a world-class residency program, which not only trains
outstanding emergency physicians, but also helps define the future practice of
emergency medicine through innovation, research and advocacy.
Values—How we act:
- Have a positive team atmosphere where students, residents, fellows, faculty and residency administrative personnel can work, learn, educate and deliver state of the art care
- Meet or exceed all ACGME standards
- Remain a dynamic residency through transparent feedback mechanisms and forward strategic planning
- Recruit motivated, humanistic applicants with strong interpersonal skills
- Advise and mentor residents to help them achieve their ideal jobs and fellowships through individualized pathways
- Continue to involve residents in operations, administration, technology and quality as part of the core EM curriculum.
- Focus on resident wellness to emphasize early in resident’s careers the importance of a work-life balance.
- Provide a comprehensive residency curriculum, including clinical rotations, conferences, and procedural experiences, to prepare residents to successfully pass ABEM examinations and be highly competent to independently practice EM
- Have conferences that are active, innovative, positive learning experiences using small groups, simulation and adult learning theories
- Encourage resident and faculty scholarship
- Strive for a career-long learning and collaboration pathway for our alumni
- Be engaged contributors and partners to the Emergency Medicine Department, HealthPartners/Regions Hospital, the University of Minnesota Medical School and our community.
- Foster open and honest relationships with our educational partners
- Be humble, respectful, active members of the national EM residency network
- Aim to improve the health of our population, improve the patient experience and affordability of care