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EM residents rotate to the Emergency Department of WMC for a total of 3 months in the ED during the academic program. Residents also spend one month of internal medicine, one month of CCU, one month of MICU, one month of Trauma and one month of PICU.

The Department of Emergency Medicine at WMC registers approximately 25,000 patients per year.

WMC is widely recognized for providing one of the most diverse mixes of programs, services and technology available in upstate New York.




Among WMC's many highlights are:

  • Level I Trauma Center
  • Helicopter transplant/medicine for critically injured or ill patients
  • Advanced cardiac capabilities
  • Advanced pediatric capabilities
  • 24/7 Diagnostic technology , MRI, endoscopy and sonogram
  • Interventional/invasive radiology


    MFCH WMC specializes in tertiary care and serves the lower Hudson Valley and Westchester County. WMC is the only Level 1 trauma center between NYC and Albany as well as the only burn center between NYC and Syracuse. Additionally, WMC is the only 5 solid-organ (kidney, pancreas, heart, liver, lung) transplant center in New York State. Emergency Medicine rotations at WMC provide an excellent venue to experience Emergency Medicine Care in a rural setting..