Clinical Training

At Johns Hopkins Bayview, you will confront high-acuity, complex cases in a fast-paced setting, supported by a world-class body of knowledge, dedicated to educating new generations of clinicians. 

Using apprenticeship-style learning, the full residency experience falls into two categories: emergency medicine and off-service rotations.

Residency Experience Categories

Emergency medicine: 50 weeks

As a resident, the majority of your learning will occur on-shift in the Emergency Department as you evaluate patients and discuss cases with your attendings. 

  • Emergency Department at JHBMC 
  • Pediatric ED at Johns Hopkins Hospital (8 weeks) 

Current Off-service rotations: 25 weeks

  • 6 weeks total: Medical Intensive Care Unit
  • 4 weeks: Cardiac Intensive Care Unit
  • 1-2 week Rotations:
    • EM Ultrasound
    • Anesthesia
    • Elective(s)
    • Neurology
    • Obstetrics
    • Ophthalmology (at Johns Hopkins Hospital)
    • Orthopedics
    • Radiology
    • EMS (ride-alongs)