The five-year Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine Residency at HCMC offers residents unprecedented clinical training in emergency and internal medicine with a diverse patient population, all in a comprehensive academic healthcare system.
Our rotation offers the opportunity to train in a large, safety-net hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Nationally recognized, HCMC was Minnesota’s first Level 1 Trauma Center and continues to be the state’s largest provider for emergency care.
Our department has 8 fellowships programs: Critical Care, Emergency Medical Services, Global Health / International EM, Hyperbaric Medicine, MedEd & Simulation, EM Research, Toxicology, and Ultrasound.
At Hennepin EM, we develop emergency physicians that provide the complete spectrum of emergency care in diverse settings and communities while advancing the field of Emergency Medicine. We provide residents with comprehensive training in an innovative, high-acuity setting. We endeavor to promote a culture of continuous improvement, collaboration, and excellence. We value diversity, equity, and inclusion in addition to engagement with our institution, specialty, and community.
Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC) evolved from Minneapolis City Hospital (1887-1901), Minneapolis General Hospital (1901-1964), and Hennepin County General Hospital (1964-1974.)
The Emergency Medicine Diversity Committee exists to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in our EM program at the student, residency, and faculty levels.
The STAB Room
The STAB Room (pronounced STAYB, like stabilization!) is outfitted with the most advanced medical technology available, allowing for state-of-the-art critical care of ill or injured patients.
For more than 40 years the Emergency Department at HCMC has published innovative and high-quality research that has shaped the practice of emergency medicine.
When residents match at Hennepin EM, they become a part of legacy of compassionate patient care, innovation, and advancement within the field of emergency medicine. They also become members of a family and a community.
The Department of Emergency Medicine is comprised of the physicians, physician-assistants and staff dedicated to the delivery of emergency medical care at Hennepin County Medical Center. Emergency Medicine faculty physicians provide clinical care, teach students across all of the health professions, and conduct research leading to innovation in Emergency Medicine.
The Department of Emergency Medicine is comprised of the physicians, physician-assistants and staff dedicated to the delivery of emergency medical services for HCMC. Emergency Medicine Faculty physicians provide emergency medical care, teach students of many types, and conduct research leading to innovation of emergency care.
Our Residency Program in Emergency Medicine, its residents, and its graduates are a source of great pride for our Department. It began in 1972 with two residents, years before recognition of the discipline of Emergency Medicine as a medical specialty. Today we match twelve residents per year in our three-year program.
Hennepin County Medical Center
Dept of Emergency Medicine
701 Park Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55415