Emergency Medicine Clinical Rotation (PHAS627)


Course Memo

This course is a supervised clinical experience designed to provide the physician assistant student with an opportunity to obtain medical data and formulate and implement a medical diagnosis and treatment plan in an emergency room setting. The Emergency Medicine rotation will expose students to a broad spectrum of patients, ranging from birth until death, with various acute and chronic medical conditions as well as acute injuries and emergent medical/ psychiatric conditions. Students will be placed in a hospital-based emergency room to obtain this exposure. Students must demonstrate clinical competence and pass an end of rotation examination to pass the course.