UC Davis Emergency Medicine USAF Integrated Residency Program
About the UC Davis USAF Integrated Residency Program
In 2019 (during the 2018-19 match cycle), the UC Davis Emergency Medicine residency program, in collaboration with the United States Air Force (USAF), will offer four active duty training positions in each new residency class. Interested applicants from the USUHS (Uniformed Services Univeristy of the Health Sciences), HPSP-affiliated programs (Health Professions Scholarship Program), and current active duty physicians should apply through the Joint Services GME Selection Board. Integrated Air Force residents will complete the same ACGME-accredited (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education) 3-year Emergency Medicine curriculum as their civilian counterparts. Integrated residents will be on active duty orders throughout their training and will be entitled to pay and benefits commensurate to their rank and grade. Graduates of the program will be eligible for board certification by the American Board of Emergency Medicine. Upon completion of integrated residency training, Air Force graduates will enter the Air Force Medical Corps as Emergency Medicine physicians (AFSC 44E3). The significance of this partnership cannot be overstated for the health of Air Force medical training and the future of military medicine in general.
For Air Force medical students interested in pursuing the David Grant Medical Center Clerkship (DGMC), view the DGMC EM Clerkship Syllabus.
For Active Duty, view the ADT request form.
For more information, please contact:
Department of Emergency Medicine
University of California, Davis