Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant Residency


Inception Date: 2007

Curriculum: Our program delivers a hands-on, high-intensity experience with access to some of the top minds in medicine, with a supportive focus on learning with structured feedback and monitored progress milestones. The didactic portion of our curriculum includes weekly conference attendance with the EM physician residency, which includes lecture, small group, grand rounds and hands-on workshops (5 hrs), monthly self-directed reading, ROSH Review, quarterly SIM training, Airway workshops, as well as Clinical courses such as ATLS, ABLS, FCCS, PALS, Capstone Project

Clinical Rotations:

  • Emergency medicine: 50 weeks
    • Emergency Department at JHBMC
    • Pediatric ED at Johns Hopkins Hospital (8 weeks)
  • Off-service rotations: 25 weeks
    • 6 weeks total: Medical Intensive Care Unit
    • 4 weeks total: Cardiac Intensive Care Unit
    • EM Ultrasound
    •  Anesthesia
    •  Elective(s)
    •  Neurology
    •  Ophthalmology
    • Orthopedics

Program Length: 18 months

Class Size: 2 per cohort – 6 residents at at time

Class start dates: April & October

Credential: Certificate

Stipend: $58,593/year ($87,890 over the 18-month program)


Life insurance, AD&D, short-term disability, and malpractice insurance. Medical, dental and vision plans also are offered, as well as continuing medical education funds. All residents receive paid time off.

CME Funds: $1,500

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