A graduate of the Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center Emergency Medicine Residency Program will be able to:
- Provide initial resuscitation, stabilization, management, and timely disposition of any patient who presents to the Emergency Department.
- Manage and treat multiple patients simultaneously.
- Provide patients and their families with emotional and sociological support, especially in dealing with the emotional stress of death and severe injury.
- Manage and direct pre-hospital care.
- Manage and direct mass casualty situations and participate in military and civilian disaster planning.
- Develop teaching abilities applicable to all levels of emergency care personnel, i.e. physicians, medical students, pre–hospital care personnel, hospital personnel, and the public.
- Effectively perform administrative tasks necessary to manage an Emergency Medicine Service including scheduling, risk management, and performance improvement.
- Have an understanding of basic research design, methodology, and statistics, be able to apply the knowledge to critically review emergency medicine literature, and perform clinical and basic science research.
- Successfully negotiate any operational obstacle, which an MOS 62A Emergency Physician may encounter.
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