Emergency Medicine Match

Match Results Statistics

2019 Emergency Medicine Match Results Statistics Report


Important Information

Participants in the Global Emergency Medicine (GEM) Fellowship Match, please see urgent notice below. 

  • Clinical Ultrasound focuses on the performance of, training for, and research supporting the utilization of clinician performed ultrasound for patient diagnosis, procedural guidance, and monitoring. Additional information is available at https://user.eusfellowships.com/register.php
    • Most applicants have completed training in Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, or other specialties utilizing clinical ultrasound.
    • Fellowships are typically 1-2 years in length.
  • Emergency Medical Services focuses on medical oversight of the whole EMS team. EMS physician practice combines direct patient care in the field with supervisory and other functions that ensure an effectively functioning response system, including daily direct medical decision-making and control of care provided by EMS personnel. EMS physicians also lead quality management activities relating to medical care delivered by the entire EMS system.  Additional information can be found through the National Association of EMS Physicians at http://www.naemsp.org/.
    • Applicants must be board eligible by an ABMS member board.
    • EMS Fellowships are one year in length.
  • URGENT NOTICE: The Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship Consortium (GEMFTC), sponsor  of the NRMP Fellowship Match for Global Emergency Medicine, has decided to delay their first year of Match participation until the 2021 Emergency Medicine Match. Some programs in the specialty are experiencing internal administrative hurdles prohibiting them from joining the Match this year. To have maximum participation and ensure that the process is fair for applicants and programs, the consortium has made the difficult decision to delay Match participation to next year. Please contact GEMFC for further information about their decision.

Global Emergency Medicine (GEM) is a discipline that evaluates current standards and development of Emergency  Medicine (EM) in various countries throughout the world. GEM generally refers to the transfer of skills and knowledge from developed EM systems to those systems which are less developed-including knowledge of ambulance operations. In most developing countries, steps are being taken to develop EM as a specialty, to develop accreditation mechanisms, and to promote the development of EM training programs. Additional information can be found through the Global Emergency Medicine Consortium at http://www.iemfellowships.com/.

    • Applicants must have completed an Emergency Medicine residency and have Board eligibility or certification in Emergency Medicine via ABEM.
    • GEM fellowships are 1-2 years in length.
  • Medical Toxicology focuses on the diagnosis, management, and prevention of poisoning due to drugs, occupational and environmental toxins, and biological agents.  Additional information can be found through the American College of Medical Toxicology at www.acmt.net/overview.html.
    • Most applicants have completed a residency in Emergency Medicine, Occupational Medicine, Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, or Family Medicine.
    • Medical Toxicology fellowships are two years in length.

Important Dates

2020
Aug 19

Match Opens at 12:00 p.m. ET

Sep 16

Ranking Opens at 12:00 p.m. ET

Oct 21

Programs: Quota Change Deadline at 11:59 p.m. ET

Nov 4

Rank Order List Certification Deadline at 9:00 p.m. ET

Nov 18

Match Day at 12:00 p.m. ET!

Application Process

The NRMP is not a centralized application service.  Candidates are responsible for determining whether the specialty participates in a standardized application service such as the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS®) or whether they must apply directly to the programs of their choice.  Applicants must ensure they meet all program prerequisites and institutional policies regarding eligibility for appointment prior to ranking a program through the NRMP.