Emergency Medicine - Stanford Healthcare

Rotation Guide & Goals

The Emergency Medicine rotation is based out of the Pediatric Emergency Department at Stanford Hospital. It is a rotation where residents gain experience in emergent care of infants and children.

Orientation Materials

Below, you will find several orientation documents. The 5-minute orientation is the basic orientation to the rotation. The Full rotation summary is a full ACGME compliant listing of the rotation design and goals. And below that are any additional orientation materials

Emergency Medicine 5-minute Summary

Emergency Medicine Rotation Summary

PEM Orientation 

Goals and Objectives

Emergency Medicine Orientation
Prior to the start of the rotation, residents should review the ED team based resuscitations/trauma training video.

Resuscitations/Trauma Training Video
Password: trauma99 

Evaluations
Intern Evaluation
Junior Evaluation

ED Sim Sessions
Schedule posted on main pediatric webpage: peds.stanford.edu

Splinting & Suturing Workshop
Schedule posted on main pediatric webpage: peds.stanford.edu

educational tools

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Contacts

Rotation Director
Jason Lowe DO, FACEP, FAAP
Email Jason

Rotation Coordinator/Administrator

Rotation Liaison
Andrew Harkins