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Community: 118 min
Pediatric: 80 min
Updated: 6/22/2018 1:30 AM
The SUNY Upstate EM Residents are seen here participating in the annual Extrication Training. Residents get the opportunity to work with the "jaws of life" and other extrication equipment in the field first hand under the supervision of the Manlius Fire Department.
The Department of Emergency Medicine provides training for:
- Upstate medical students
- Residents training in Emergency Medicine
- Fellows in four distinct Fellowship Programs: Pediatric Emergency Medicine; EMS & Disaster Medicine; Wilderness & Expedition Medicine; Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine.
- Central New York Community
Medical Students receive training from the Department of Emergency Medicine in all four years of medical school, including an Acting Internship where they participate directly in emergency patient care. Residents and fellows enjoy a specialized curriculum and a multi-disciplinary approach to patient care. For the community, our state-of-the-art simulation and training center, EM-STAT, hosts training for the Central New York EMS community with ongoing specialty classes in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support and HAZMAT life support.