Since 2002, the Duke Emergency Medicine Residency Training Program has provided trainees the knowledge and clinical skills to excel as an emergency physician in any setting. Our dedicated team works tirelessly to accomplish our core values of outstanding patient care, cutting edge graduate medical training, research innovation, service, and leadership. Our faculty include multiple recipients of the ACEP National Emergency Medicine Faculty Teaching Award, multiple recipients of the Council of Residency Directors Faculty Teaching Award, many world-class researchers, and a past president of the North Carolina College of Emergency Physicians. Our amazing residents provide the leadership and peer-to-peer teaching that propel the program to new heights.
View this video to learn more about the amazing people of Duke Emergency Medicine.
Written, filmed, edited, and produced by Duke Emergency Medicine Residency graduate Michael Boniface, MD
We’re delighted that you are considering Duke Emergency Medicine for your residency training. Our program is a proud member of the Duke Medicine team, which has been a leader in advancing the practice of medicine for over 75 years.
With over a decade of emergency medicine at Duke, we’re a well-established program with an exciting clinical, education, and research environment.
I grew up inspired by the vision of leaders like JFK, who defined a generation of scientific inquiry through his quest to reach the Moon. As Residency Director, I've challenged our residents to launch our own Apollo mission: to expand the frontiers of emergency medicine through research and education, bringing new knowledge to unleash the best possible medical care for our patients.
Enjoy your visit to our Web site. We hope to see you in Durham, to learn more about you and how you can become a part of the Duke team.
Joshua Broder, MD, FACEP
Residency Program Director, Duke Emergency Medicine
Associate Professor Joshua Broder, MD, has been Emergency Medicine Residency Program Director since 2011. Dr. Broder has received numerous teaching awards including the 2007 ACEP National Faculty Teaching Award and the 2007 Council of Residency Directors (CORD) Faculty Teaching Award. In 2013, he was recognized with the CORD Academy for Scholarship in Education in Emergency Medicine "Distinguished Educator" Award. He has written two books, Critical Images in Emergency Medicine and Diagnostic Imaging for the Emergency Physician, which won the 2011 American Publishers Award for Clinical Medicine. Dr. Broder's research focuses on diagnostic imaging in emergency medicine.