The Johns Hopkins Postgraduate Emergency Medicine Residency for Physician Assistants (PA) is an 18-month postgraduate training program.
The program prepares qualified PAs with the evidence-based knowledge, technical skills, and critical thinking abilities required to provide multi-disciplinary and compassionate emergency medicine care.
Why Apply to the Johns Hopkins Emergency Medicine PA Residency Program?
Founded in 2007 as the first civilian clinically-based program of its kind, our program combines didactic instruction and practical training to prepare you for the rigorous demands of emergency medicine.
PAs have a long history of respected clinical leadership on our campus. Our residents are fully integrated with care teams alongside faculty, advanced practice providers, physician residents and fellows.
Within our intentional learning environment, including close relationships with mentors, you will gain hands-on experience while providing excellent patient care.
Our residency milestones are made in alignment with the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) guidelines. We challenge our residents every day to propel them forward, ensuring they continually grow higher-level skills.
About our trainingProgram Details
Our program delivers a hands-on, high-intensity experience with access to some of the top minds in medicine, but with a supportive focus on learning with structured feedback and monitored progress milestones.
Past Emergency Medicine PA Residents
Mary Masterson, MPAS, PA-C, DFAAPA
Nicole Heidenreich, MSPAS, PA-C
Assistant Program Director
Jonathan Hansen, M.D., MBA
Interim Medical Director
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For more information on the Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant Residency Program at Johns Hopkins Bayview, send inquiries to:
JHBMC DEM PA Residency
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Attn: Mary Masterson / Nicole Heidenreich
Department of Emergency Medicine
A1 East, Suite A-150
4940 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21224
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