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Emergency Medicine Residency

With your safety in mind, interviews will be offered virtually this year.

Emergency Medicine Residency Program

Attention Medical Students!

URMC Emergency Medicine

(Viewable in VSLO starting March 22nd,
Apply April 5th)

Rotation Dates:
Block 1:  06/10/24 - 07/07/24
Block 2:  07/08/24 - 08/04/24
Block 3:  08/05/24 - 09/01/24
Block 4:  09/02/24 - 09/29/24
​Block 5:  09/30/24 - 10/27/24

Contact Kate Rose, 
Clerkship Coordinator for more information


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Welcome to the University of Rochester's Emergency Medicine Residency Program. It is our hope that as you peruse these pages that you will see a program dedicated to supporting you in your desire to become the best Emergency Medicine physician possible. Our three year program is based on a clinical volume of approximately 117,000 patients per year at a Level 1 Trauma Center.

Our strengths are numerous; however, a few stand out that we would like to highlight:

  • We treat a broad diversity of patients that come from a wide geographic region
  • We actively foster incredible camaraderie within the residency
  • We are a supportive and creative teaching environment
  • We host passionate faculty from across the nation
  • We live in a four-seasoned city, rich in culture, education and activities
  • We are a Patient Family Centered Care with an abundance of clinical diversity
  • We have nationally renowned, dedicated faculty who are individually committed to your success
  • We have subspecialty expertise that allows your professional interests to be explored and developed

Residency Diversity and Inclusion Statement:

Our program values inclusion regarding gender identity, race/ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, and perspective as it fosters a better understanding of the unique human experience in and out of the healthcare setting. We are committed to training culturally sensitive physicians reflective of the diverse population we serve. We strive to graduate residents who continue to demonstrate the importance of diversity and inclusion by providing equitable care for all patients. At the University of Rochester, individual differences are welcomed, valued, and supported.

Our Residency Program in a Glance

117 k

ED Patient Volume Per Year


Average Number of Graduate Ultrasounds Performed


Average Number of Adult and Pediatric Medical Resuscitations per Resident


Number of States our Graduates are Employed


Learn about Our Program with Dr. Ryan Bodkin (Program Director)

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Take a Tour with Fabiola Enriquez, MD MPH

What Sets Us Apart

Program Highlights

See what makes our program so unique.

Our Residents

Meet Our Residents

Resident Life

Rochester, URMC and You

What our residents say...

“Reason for choosing Rochester: I was thrilled to couple's match here along with my fiance. The people here are welcoming, genuine and supportive. I liked how engaging and friendly the faculty was during my interview; I felt that I could connect perfectly with the program. Also, the ability to be exposed to high acuity and diverse patient populations makes the program, for me, a hidden gem.”

Gymar Vargas, MD

Medical School / San Juan Bautista School of Medicine / University of Rochester Emergency Medicine

ED Green Team

Green Team

The ED Green Team is a multidisciplinary team, including physicians, nursing, administration, operations, environmental services, pharmacy, etc, with the goal of making the hospital more sustainable and resilient. Founded by our ER physicians, there are numerous ongoing projects and ways to get involved.

ED Green Team

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