With more than 80 attending physicians among our three primary hospital sites, you’re guaranteed to find practice styles, personalities, professional and personal interests that jibe with your own. While many of our faculty have specific skill sets or academic interests that shape their practice, all of them practice solid evidenced-based emergency medicine. In addition to learning on all of our shifts, our residents genuinely enjoy working with our faculty and vice-versa. There is a mutual respect in our faculty resident interactions that make learning at Brown a safe place to discuss uncertainties in management plans, ask for help with procedures, and fill knowledge gaps. Residency is difficult, and our faculty recognize this and support you in all aspects of your professional development.
Outside of the Emergency Department, you’ll see that our faculty are involved in a wide array of community, legislative, academic, and research endeavors. More specifically, our faculty are actively involved in attending at the Rhode Island Free Clinic, running the Critical Care transport ambulance for Rhode Island Hospital known as LifePACT, serving as regional ACEP president, and lobbying at the State Capital. In addition, our faculty are well-regarded researchers with projects ranging from bench work to public health and are always eager to mentor resident research projects or have you assist them on one of theirs. At Brown, you’ll experience the entire breadth of the specialty and receive excellent training in emergency medicine all thanks to our incredible faculty.