Emergency Medicine

Name Title Credits School
MTEM 601 Intro Emerg Med 1 College of Osteopathic Med


MTEM 701 Cl Ck Essen E Md 6 College of Osteopathic Med


MTEM 710 Essentials of Emergency Medicine 1 College of Osteopathic Med


MTEM 801 Clinical Clerkship: Emergency Medicine I 4 College of Osteopathic Med
This four-week clerkship provides students with an opportunity to examine and treat patients with a wide variety of medical and surgical emergencies at an approved teaching hospital. Students gain experience in splinting, IV starting, arterial blood gas sampling, participation in trauma resuscitations, and participation in medical resuscitations.

MTEM 802 Clinical Clerkship: Toxicology I 4 College of Osteopathic Med
This four-week clerkship allows students an opportunity to examine and treat patients with toxicologic emergencies. Appropriate sites for this elective rotation range from designated emergency departments in general hospitals to regional poison control centers.

MTEM 803 Clinical Clerkship: Psychiatric Emergency Medicine 4 College of Osteopathic Med
This four-week clerkship provides students with an opportunity to work in the psychiatric emergency room. Emphasis is on evaluation and management of common psychiatric emergencies such as psychosis, organic brain syndrome and various substance abuse problems.

MTEM 805 Clinical Clerkship: Ultrasound in Emergency Medicine 4 College of Osteopathic Med
This elective four-week clerkship provides students with an opportunity to gain extensive experience in the uses of ultrasound diagnostic procedures in the emergency departments of general hospitals.

MTEM 806 Urgent Care Elective 4 College of Osteopathic Med
This 4-week clerkship experience is structured to enhance the learner's skills in the area of Urgent Medical Care. The Urgent Care rotation will provide the student with an opportunity to evaluate and manage patients with common urgent conditions or as follow-up after Urgent Care, Emergency Department visits, or inpatient care. Training will emphasize the rapid gathering of a pertinent history, a focused physical exam, and timely decision-making. Students will learn to identify patients that need a higher level of care and to manage multiple patients simultaneously. Students will follow patients from initial encounter through appropriate social and medical disposition. Finally, students will be exposed to the performance of procedures necessary to manage conditions commonly seen in Urgent Care.

MTEM 821 Clinical Clerkship: Emergency Medicine V 4 College of Osteopathic Med
These four-week clerkships allow students an opportunity to extend their exposure to the broad-based field of emergency medicine by taking another clinical rotation at a hospital with an organized teaching program..

MTEM 822 Clinical Clerkship: Emergency Medicine VI 4 College of Osteopathic Med
These four-week clerkships allow students an opportunity to extend their exposure to the broad-based field of emergency medicine by taking another clinical rotation at a hospital with an organized teaching program.

MTEM 831 Clinical Clerkship: Emergency Medicine II 4 College of Osteopathic Med
These four-week clerkships allow students an opportunity to extend their exposure to the broad-based field of emergency medicine by taking another clinical rotation at a hospital with an organized teaching program.

MTEM 833 Clinical Clerkship: Emergency Medicine VII 4 College of Osteopathic Med
These four-week clerkships allow students an opportunity to extend their exposure to the broad-based field of emergency medicine by taking another clinical rotation at a hospital with an organized teaching program

MTEM 861 Clinical Clerkship: Emergency Medicine III 4 College of Osteopathic Med
These four-week clerkships allow students an opportunity to extend their exposure to the broad-based field of emergency medicine by taking another clinical rotation at a hospital with an organized teaching program.

MTEM 891 Clinical Clerkship: Emergency Medicine IV 4 College of Osteopathic Med
These four-week clerkships allow students an opportunity to extend their exposure to the broad-based field of emergency medicine by taking another clinical rotation at a hospital with an organized teaching program.