Emergency Medicine

Emergency Medicine Residency Program 


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Spectrum Health Lakeland EM Blog

Our interactive online community promoting medical knowledge for residents and students.

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EM Resident Tracks 

Spectrum Health Lakeland’s EM Program has instituted professional longitudinal tracks to offer residents more in-depth exposure to an EM subspecialty area.

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EM International Rotation

Nestled between Guinea and Liberia, along the shore of the Atlantic Ocean, lies Sierra Leone. A West African country that has faced the horrors of an 11-year war killing more than 50,000 people, and a year of Ebola which left close to 4,000 people dead including nearly one tenth of the country’s doctors, nurses, and other medical providers.

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EM Wilderness Retreat

Our annual wilderness retreat is an opportunity for resident bonding while participating in activities focused on the educational topics of wilderness medicine, emergency preparedness, and toxicology.

Welcome to Spectrum Health Lakeland’s Emergency Medicine Residency Program.  We are a three-year ACGME accredited program. We pride ourselves on attracting intelligent, ambitious physicians who are dedicated to making a difference in their chosen profession and community. Our faculty have created a collegial, family oriented atmosphere and utilize innovative teaching methods to foster a vibrant learning environment. A key component to this dynamic setting is a high level of resident engagement and participation. Our main goal is to create Emergency Medicine physicians who have both confidence and competence to function in any hospital environment including community, inner-city, rural or academic based. Although the journey may be challenging, the rewards and experiences will be invaluable.  We invite you to join our dedicated, supportive faculty and residents who are eager to partner with you on this journey.

You can follow us on Twitter @LakelandEMRes and Instagram @LakelandEMRes

Check out our own Dr. Tiffany Proffitt's (PGY4) latest EMRA podcast of her interview with Dr. Esther Choo on overcoming gender disparities 

Michelino Mancini DO, FACOEP
Emergency Medicine Program Director

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