Weill Cornell Emergency Medicine is home to exceptional clinicians, trail-blazing researchers, and educational leaders in academic medicine. Learn more about this exciting and innovative residency program here.
The NewYork-Presbyterian Physician Emergency Medicine Residency Program combines Weill Cornell & Columbia University Irving medical centers—two large, diverse, busy, and urban Ivy League academic health care institutions to offer an outstanding training experience.
Welcome to the NYP Physician Emergency Medicine Residency Program! Our comprehensive curriculum develops exceptional educators and master clinicians. Our residents graduate into fellowship programs, grow into academic powerhouses, and excel in the community. Most of all, we pride ourselves in creating family and friendship. The people are what make NYP the truly special place it is to train. We care for and support our patients; we promote an environment of learning and wellness; and we never miss an opportunity to have fun together! We would love for you to join our family.
Our Emergency Departments treat more than 250,000 patients annually. Our residents enjoy the benefits of being associated with two prestigious medical schools. Cornell and Columbia allow our residents access to research and scholarly activities in such areas as basic science, clinical protocol development and implementation, medical error reduction, EM operations, burn medicine, stroke research, toxicology, innovative design, telemedicine, and narrative medicine. This association presents unique mentorship opportunities to form a collaborative relationship with leading researchers and clinicians. The depth and breadth of experience available at NYP is unparalleled, and we feel strongly that NYP provides an extraordinary clinical education for our residents.
Curriculum Overview and Application
Our clinical curriculum emphasizes the practice of EM from board-certified physicians in multiple settings to provide a diverse experience. Learners will also gain expertise in pediatric EM, critical care, ultrasound and toxicology. For the specific block schedule, please see the following link:
Applications to our program can be submitted through ERAS.
Benefits and Salary
We offer a competitive benefit package for our residents. The core program includes Medical with Rx and Vision care, Dental, Life Insurance, Short and Long-Term Disability, Accidental Death and Dismemberment coverage and Supplemental Life Insurance products. Additionally, there are comprehensive Financial Planning and Group Legal plans.
Residents live all over the city because NYC has such great public transportation. In addition, there is hospital housing available for residents near both campuses at a subsidized rate. Information is available from NewYork-Presbyterian Real Estate.
Yes, we send all the PGY-2s to SAEM annually. In addition, if you are presenting at a conference, the residency helps fund your expenses.
In-Service Board Review Program
The emergency medicine board review program utilizes an adult learning model combined with a comprehensive didactic program. The residency has purchased electronic board review materials for every resident and has created thoughtful board review sessions to prepare learners for the American Board of Emergency Medicine oral and written examinations.
Grand Rounds and Didactics
In addition to world-renowned EM Grand Rounds speakers, didactics are divided into innovative “Theme” and “Core” days. We design the educational experience using a variety of teaching modalities such as interactive small group sessions, simulation cases, procedure skill sessions, short lectures, etc. We have Morning Report at each campus every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday and once monthly Journal Club.
Residency Director Contact Information
Dr. Manish Garg, M.D. FAAEM FAIM CPE
525 East 68th Street, Room M130
New York, NY 10065
(212) 746-0892 (P)
(212) 746-4883 (F)