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Mission—Why we’re here: To educate, mentor, and inspire the next generation of humanistic emergency physicians to excel in any clinical setting and to serve as leaders in emergency medicine.
Vision—Where we’re headed: Our goal is to be a world-class emergency medicine residency program which educates outstanding emergency physicians; contributes to the future practice of emergency medicine through innovative education, research, advocacy, and quality improvement; and focuses on justice, equity, diversity, inclusion, and social determinants of health.
Values—How we act:
• Promote a positive, supportive, and inclusive team atmosphere where students, residents, fellows, PAs, faculty, and
administrative personnel can work, learn, educate, and deliver state-of-the-art care in a safe work environment.
• Focus on wellness and the importance of a healthy work-life continuum both during residency and throughout careers.
• Foster collaborative relationships among our hospital and educational partners with an emphasis on emergency-
medicine-focused goals and objectives.
• Recruit diverse, motivated, and humanistic applicants who will foster our culture of collaborative, team-based care and
be engaged contributors to the
Regions Hospital Emergency Medicine Department, HealthPartners Institute, University of Minnesota Medical School, and our community.
• Aim to improve the health of our population, the clinical and patient experience, and the affordability of patient-centered care.
• Strive to understand, learn, and integrate into the community we have the privilege and responsibility of serving.
• Offer innovative weekly didactics in an engaging and positive learning environment, encompassing a variety of formats
including faculty lectures, resident presentations, small group discussions, and simulation cases.
• Provide early clinical exposure to airway management, critically-ill patients, and resuscitative procedures, which allows skill
progression such that senior-level residents teach and supervise junior-level residents.
• Aim to exceed all ACGME standards while prioritizing a resident-centered education.
• Advise and mentor residents to obtain post-residency positions through individualized pathways, early exposure to
subspecialty areas, and options for clinical experience at academic, urban, suburban, and rural/critical access locations.
• Encourage resident involvement in operations, administration, technology, advocacy, ethics, and quality as part of our
• Remain a dynamic residency through transparent bi-directional feedback mechanisms where residents are involved in
strategic planning and curriculum development.
• Participate in medical education by offering a robust undergraduate student clerkship and expanding our platform to
include multidisciplinary learners such as nursing students, PA students, and post-graduate fellowships.
• Be humble, respectful, active members of the national emergency medicine residency network through involvement in

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