Emergency Medicine Residency Program

Welcome to the Medical University of South Carolina’s Emergency Medicine Residency program! Our program is in its 11th year of operation, and consists of a three-year program with 10 residents per class. The goal when you complete this program is to become an excellent emergency medicine physician who is ready for independent practice out in the community, or in the academic world as well. We have a variety of paths you can take during your academic journey through our program, including global health, ultrasound, critical care, and pediatric emergency medicine – and you get to do all of this in beautiful Charleston, South Carolina. We look forward to receiving your application and feel free to reach out to any of us for questions you may have.Please visit our section links, on the drop down menu to the left, which give further details on our application process, benefits, and rotation structure. 

Please visit our section links, on the drop down menu to the left, which give further details on our application process, benefits, and rotation structure.

Dr. Jeffrey Bush       Dr. Simon Watson        Dr. Lindsey Jennings

Pictured above is our Residency Leadership:
Jeffrey Bush, M.D., Program Director
Simon Watson, M.D., Associate Program Director
Lindsey Jennings, M.D., MPH Assistant Program Director

Should you have any particular questions, please reach out to our Program Coordinator:
Melanie Pigott, BA, C-TAGME
843-876-8023
pigott@musc.edu

2020 Recruitment Season

Thank you to all EM residency candidates who applied to our program via ERAS and also joined our virtual sessions; we appreciate your interest in our program.
We have concluded our 2020-2021 recruitment season at this time.  We wish everyone all the best for Match Day 2021!

Some Highlights of the Residency Program

3-year Global Health Track for EM Residents
Fellowships available are Peds EM, Emergency Ultrasound, Global Health, Neuro Critical Care, and Critical Care
Free Membership to MUSC's Wellness Center
iPhones provided by the University
Annual CME credit
Food stipends
3 weeks of vacation time
Optional retirement program

Visiting Student Information

Unfortunately, due to the COVID-crisis we will not be accepting applications for Visiting Student (VSAS) rotations during the 2020-2021 academic year. This was an extremely hard decision to make, both for the Institution and the Program. We certainly hope you will consider our Program during the ERAS Season, and look forward to reviewing your application!

 

 

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