The Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant Residency Program at Johns Hopkins Bayview allows PA residents the opportunity to train at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions for a career in emergency medicine. Residents are paid a stipend of $46,000 per year (a total of $69,000 for the entirety of the 18-month residency), and are provided life, AD&D, short-term disability and malpractice insurance. Medical, dental and vision plans also are offered, as well as continuing medical education funds. All residents receive paid time off.
The program is based at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and is part of the Association of Post-graduate PA Programs.
Click below for articles about the program:
- "Emergency Medicine PA Fellow Program" (published in The Banner, an internal Johns Hopkins Bayview publication, in January 2013)
- "PA Promise" (published in Dome, an internal Johns Hopkins Medicine publication, in September 2007)
- The program will provide resources of the highest caliber available to residents.
- The program will prepare graduates to become skilled physician assistants in emergency medicine.
The emergency medicine PA residency at Johns Hopkins Bayview will enhance the knowledge of certified physician assistants in the field of emergency medicine through various disciplines receiving hands-on training in intensive care units, the emergency department, operating room, outpatient and inpatient clinics.
Participating PA residents are expected to uphold the Medical Center's core values of teamwork, communication, honesty and integrity as they grow to become competent and confident emergency medicine physician assistants.
Jonathan Lerner, PA-C
Mary Masterson, PA-C
Giorgio Galetto, M.D.
Robert R. Marshall Jr., MBA