b'events throughout the academicadvice, post job listings, and share year, learning about environmentalpost-graduate stories. exposures, toxicologic emergencies, and austere resuscitation and rescues.WHERE DO YOUR ALUMNI As a program, we send a group ofWORK?attendings and residents to a medical facility in the Dominican Republic forOur graduates have gone on to work one week each year to participate in ain a variety of practice settings in a collaborative global health and qualitymultitude of geographic locations improvement initiative.including Florida, California, and Massachusetts. Many of our graduates HOW ARE YOUR RESIDENTSstart jobs in community Emergency SUPPORTED BY SENIORS ANDDepartments, while some have FACULTY?gone on to work in larger academic institutions. Quite a few of our From the beginning of intern year,graduates have attended fellowships - each resident receives individualizedin EMS, Pain Management, Advanced clinical, academic, and emotionalAirway, and Medical Informatics - with support. Residents are paired witha 100% match rate among residents senior resident mentors and guided bywho have applied for fellowship.experience through the challenges of intern year. Additionally, residents are paired with faculty mentors and advisors in an effort to support both academic and personal goals as residents progress through the program. While working clinically in the Emergency Department, residents are supervised by and receive one-to-one on-shift education from both core and clinical faculty. As residents progress in the program to become senior residents, they are invited to join an alumni network where past residents offer career PACEP News | Fall 2023 25'