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Residency - Emergency Medicine Vineland

Experience the latest medical technology, friendly, highly qualified doctors and staff, and a central location in Vineland, NJ, convenient to the Jersey shore as well as city life.

As a community hospital-based program, the goal of our Emergency Medicine Residency is to train emergency physicians to be competent and capable of working in a variety of clinical settings. The Inspira Health Network Emergency Medicine Residency Program is a four year AOA-accredited program, including a preliminary, emergency medicine-focused internship year. The program is currently approved for eight training positions per training year.

Our program provides

  • An excellent blend of pathology and high acuity cases in a high volume ED.
  • Intensive weekly didactics with resident lectures, attending lectures, as well as guest lecturers from academic centers.
  • Opportunities for a vast array of procedures in the ED as well as on off service rotations.
  • Regular shifts scheduled in our pediatric ED on every EM month.
  • Procedure labs and simulation labs.
  • An energized ED staff focused on maximizing resident education and experience .
  • Regular ultrasound lectures, didactics, and a focused curriculum dedicated to maximizing the residents experience and knowledge of ultrasound.

To balance the outstanding clinical experience, the program offers an excellent didactic program emphasizing the latest concepts in emergency medicine. Weekly E.M. lectures are held focusing on the core content of Emergency Medicine, including a structured Board Review.

Specialized educational offerings include:

  • Simulation training courses
  • Intern orientation
  • Advanced airway training course
  • EMS base station course
  • Journal club
  • Board review
  • Morbidity and mortality conferences
  • Administrative seminars
  • Research reviews
  • Emergency medicine-focused OMM workshops
Curriculum
Emergency Medicine - 29 months
Critical Care - 4 months
Internal Medicine - 1 month
Cardiology - 1 month
Neurology - 1 month
General Surgery - 1 month
Orthopedic Surgery - 1 month
Pediatrics - 1 month
Pediatric EM - 2 months
Pediatric ICU - 1 month
Trauma - 2 month
OB/GYN - 1 month
Ultrasound - 1 month
Anesthesia - 1 month
Elective - 3 months
Administration - 1 month
EMS - 1 month 

Research opportunities
The Emergency Medicine Residency promotes clinical research, as well as public health research. Diverse research opportunities are readily available to our residents.

Academic development
Through journal club and a conference series on statistical methods and research design, residents develop an understanding of the research process and acquire skills for a successful career in academic emergency medicine. Residents are required to complete a scholarly project during their residency and funding is available for residents to present their project at national conferences.

Leadership and career development
The progression from OGME-1 through OGME-4 brings gradually increasing clinical responsibilities. In the clinical arena, residents at all levels are taught leadership and management skills that prepare them for any practice setting. Residents are given the opportunity to participate in medical student education. Residents are supervised at all times by a dedicated, full-time EM-boarded clinical core faculty.

Electives
Residents have elective time in the latter half of their residency. This time provides opportunities for residents to get more clinical experience in a specific area. Residents may also use this time to complete major academic projects.

Emergency Deparment Statistics:

Inspira Medical Center Vineland ED
Community Hospital
Built in 2004
72,000 ED visits (49 beds)
17% Pediatric patients
16% admission rate (2.4% critical care)

Inspira Medical Center Elmer ED
Community Hospital, 96 beds
22,000 ED visits (16 beds)
15% Pediatric Patients
15% Admission rate (2.3% critical care)

Medical Students
We offer 2 week and 4 week rotations.  For more information, please contact our Graduate Medical Education office at gme@ihn.org.

  • The extern must provide his own transportation and accommodations
  • Externs are advised to contact the executive assistant of the program regarding their scheduled date of arrival
  • Clinic attire including a laboratory coat is required Responsibilities include:
  • Attending all assigned rounds, workshops, journal clubs, and lectures
  • Assisting and observing emergency medicine procedures

Contact information:
Curt Cackovic, DO, Program Director


Brenda Mulford, GME Coordinator
Phone: (856) 641-6023  Fax: (856) 575-4944