The University of Pittsburgh Emergency Medicine Residency was established in 1981 as a joint residency program under the sponsorship of the Mercy Hospital of Pittsburgh, Presbyterian-University Hospital (both now part of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center), and the Western Pennsylvania Hospital. For nearly 30 years, the combined resources of these institutions, with their outstanding teaching staffs and varied patient populations, have offered our residents opportunity and experience available in few other programs.

Medical Student Education

Emergency Medicine plays a large role in medical student education from the first to the fourth year. Learn more >

Emergency Medicine Residency

Our residency is the core of our Department's training mission.  We have 48 residents in a PGY1, PGY2, PGY3 program, and we are one of the oldest training programs in Emergency Medicine. Learn more >  

EMS Fellowship

We offer a one-year ACGME accredited program of mentorship, didactics, and hands-on experience that covers the breadth of clinical, operational, and administrative core content of the specialty of EMS. Learn More>

Research Fellowship

Post-residency and post-doctoral training in Emergency Medical Services, Toxicology and Research. Learn more >

Medical Toxicology Fellowship

The Medical Toxicology Fellowship is a 2 year fully accredited ACGME program.  The program is designed to provide a unique clinical experience in both the inpatient and outpatient setting.  Learn More>