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UPMC Emergency Medicine

As one of the largest physician groups in Pennsylvania, UPMC Emergency Medicine enables health care professionals to efficiently and expertly address emergency medical situations.

UPMC Emergency Medicine serves as a recruitment and staffing resource for partner hospitals, provides continuing education opportunities to emergency health care providers, and runs a Prehospital Care Program that combines the educational resources of the University of Pittsburgh with the clinical expertise of UPMC.

Many emergency physicians at UPMC hospitals serve as faculty at the University of Pittsburgh Department of Emergency Medicine, which offers top-of-the-line training to future specialists.

A leader in developing protocols and procedures in the field, UPMC Emergency Medicine provides life-changing care to hundreds of thousands of patients every year. ​​

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Provider opportunities in Emergency Medicine Physician, physician assistant, and certified registered nurse practitioner opportunities across western Pennsylvania
Prehospital Care Program ​Offers integrated protocols, policies, and procedures to public safety organizations who respond to medical emergencies
​University of Pittsburgh Department of Emergency Medicine ​Dedicated to improving outcomes of acutely ill and injured patients through high-quality, cost-efficient care, education, and research

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