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The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) School of Medicine is proud to announce the newest addition to its medical education programs. The UCSF Fresno Emergency Medicine PA Residency is accepting applications for its 2016 class. This 18 month post-graduate program is designed to prepare PAs to practice in a variety of emergency medicine environments. We will be accepting 2 residents in 2016.

 

Rotations include:

-          Trauma

-          Critical Care

-          Burn

-          Orthopedics

-          Dermatology

-          Ophthalmology

-          Oral Maxillofacial Surgery

-          Toxicology

-          Radiology

-          Emergency Ultrasound

-          ECG

-          Anesthesia

-          EMS

 

Resuscitation courses include: ACLS, ATLS, BLS, PALS

 

18-month stipend: $90,000

Full Benefits

Paid attendance at SEMPA 360, SEMPA’s annual conference

 

Our giant, new, state-of-the-art ED at Community Regional Medical Center serves as the only Level 1 trauma center and Burn center for Central California, and handles an annual ED volume of over 110,000.

 

For more information:

http://www.fresno.ucsf.edu/em/pa/

em.pa.residency@fresno.ucsf.edu​

UCSF Fresno Residency Flyer_Final.pdf

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Just a reminder that the 2016 application cycle will close on March 15. We've received a number of applications so we recommend that folks who are interested submit their application as soon as possible. 

 

We will also have rolling admissions into the fall for exceptional candidates who cannot start July 1.

 

For more information:

http://www.fresno.ucsf.edu/em/pa/

em.pa.residency@fresno.ucsf.edu​

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The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) School of Medicine is proud to announce another addition to it's medical education programs. The UCSF Fresno PA Emergency Medicine Residency is accepting applications for its 2017 class. This 18 month post-graduate program is designed to prepare PAs to practice in a variety of emergency medicine environments. Please forward the attached flyer to your students and to anyone who may be interested.

 

Deadline to apply for the 2017 class is January 15, 2017.

Interviews will be held in February 2017 and applicants will be notified soon after regarding their status.
Start Date: June 26, 2017 but we will be offering rolling admissions into the Fall for accepted applicants who have a later graduation date.

 

For more information:

http://www.fresno.ucsf.edu/em/pa/

em.pa.residency@fresno.ucsf.edu​

 

Residency Flyer.pdf

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The deadline is approaching to apply for the next PA residency class at UCSF Fresno. Come train at one of the busiest trauma centers in California, which is also affiliated with the UCSF School of Medicine.

 

More information can be found here http://www.fresno.ucsf.edu/em/pa/. 

 

Deadline to apply is January 15, 2017. 

 

Questions?

 

em.pa.residency@fresno.ucsf.edu

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