Oregon Health & Science University
Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) is a nationally recognized academic health institution. OHSU's fundamental purpose is to improve the well-being of people in Oregon and beyond. As part of its multifaceted public mission, OHSU strives for excellence in education, research, clinical practice, scholarship and community service. Through its dynamic interdisciplinary environment, OHSU stimulates the spirit of inquiry, initiative and cooperation among students, faculty and staff.
OHSU serves the Portland Metropolitan area as a Level I Trauma Center, Pediatric ED, Chest Pain Center, Primary Stroke Center, ED Observation Unit, and EMS Base Station Hospital.
The OHSU Emergency Department has 42 patient care rooms, sees over 47,000 patients per year, and has over 1,500 trauma system entries per year.
Department of Emergency Medicine
The Department of Emergency Medicine at OHSU provides world-class educational opportunities for emergency medicine professionals and is recognized by the NIH as one of the “top five” research grant supported academic departments of emergency medicine.
The Department of Emergency Medicine offers two-year fellowships in Toxicology, Education, Research, Global Health, and Pediatric Emergency Medicine.
Fellows will hold faculty appointments in the Department of Emergency Medicine and include full health and retirement benefits, a competitive salary, travel funds and possible tuition support.