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About

About the Program

The Capital Health Emergency Medicine Residency Program is dedicated to supporting our residents as they develop into highly skilled emergency medicine physicians who provide compassionate care to the diverse patient populations we serve. We are eagerly looking forward to welcoming our first group of residents in July 2021, with interviews starting this fall.

Our program is unique in that residents will rotate through two different and complementary Emergency Departments. Each location sees a wide variety of pathology as well as a significant number of acute cases. Residents will be challenged and supported. Our faculty is dedicated to providing both the best patient care possible as well as high-caliber teaching. Our academic program incorporates various learning modalities including a simulation lab.

About the Hospitals

Capital Health Medical Center – Hopewell, built in 2011, is a 221-bed hospital that provides a wide range of medical and surgical services to the Trenton, New Jersey area. The Emergency Department has an annual volume of more than 59,000 patients. There is a dedicated Pediatric Emergency Department.

Capital Health Regional Medical Center has been serving the downtown Trenton area since 1887. It has a state designated comprehensive stroke center (part of Capital Institute for Neurosciences), the Level II Bristol-Myers Squibb Trauma Center, Mercer County's designated Emergency Mental Health Services Center and the country’s first dedicated neurological emergency department, the Center for Neurologic Emergency Medic Mental Health Services, as well as a variety of other medical and surgical services. The Emergency Department has an annual volume of more than 57,000 patients.