Program Highlights:


3-year ACGME approved Emergency Medicine residency
6 residents per class
NRMP match
Two ED training sites with a combined ED census of 95,000:
          -Primary site is Arnot Ogden Medical Center, the regional stroke and cardiac facility
          -Secondary site is UHS Wilson Medical Center, a level 2 trauma center with a neurocritical care focus
Toxicology and Pediatric EM rotations at the University of Rochester Strong Memorial Hospital
Trauma rotation at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center
​Moonlighting permitted beginning PGY-2 year
New ED expansion beginning Spring 2019
EMR: PulseCheck with a switch to Epic in the near future 
ACLS/PALS/ATLS training and certification (or recertification) provided
Opportunity to become ACLS/PALS instructor certified
Personal development (CME) funds provided
Ample opportunities for involvement in the training and medical direction of local EMS corps
​​IMG's out of school more than 3 years must have USMLE 1, 2 and 3 all passing on the first attempt

​Contact us directly to arrange an audition rotation
​Please apply through ERAS

Please contact our program coordinator, Sandy Majors with any questions.

A Welcome from the Program Director:

Welcome to the website of one of the nation’s younger Emergency Medicine residencies—and as of September 2016,  one of those to successfully make the transition from AOA to ACGME accreditation. Our mission is to provide a means for ambitious individuals to become well-rounded emergency physicians, highly adept at procedures and ultrasonography and possessing first-rate bedside manner and administrative skills.


Emergency Medicine has become the 4th largest specialty in our nation. We have the opportunity to treat patients from all walks of life equally, regardless of insurance and without prejudice.  We take care of patients on the worst day of their life.  The breadth of knowledge required is always expanding and changing and is a lifelong pursuit to keep abreast.  We care for the critically ill, then reassure a worried parent that their child will be fine.  I look forward to sharing these experiences with you and overseeing your training.

Dr. Edwards started the Emergency Medicine residency 6 years ago now and I have had the opportunity to be a part of it from the beginning.  I have watched and participated in its growth over the years as it has become the excellent training program it is now.  During this time, we have recruited multiple wonderful faculty that are passionate about teaching and resident education that you will get to know well.  We are proud of what we have accomplished here, but most proud of what our residents have become: competent, compassionate ER docs able to work anywhere they choose and who love what they do.

- James Bohan, MD, FACEP


James Bohan, MD, FACEP - Program Director

Medical Education: University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida
Residency: Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, Pennsylvania

Jeremy Lux, DO, FACEP, FAAEM - Medical Director Emergency Department

Medical Education: Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, Erie, PA
Residency: Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, PA; St. Luke's Hospital, Bethlehem, PA

Steven Manganaro, MD, FACEP, FAAFP

Medical Education: University of Rome, Italy
Residency: St. Elizabeth Hospital, Utica, New York

Frank Edwards, MD, FACEP

Medical Education: University of Rochester, Rochester, New York
Residency: Moses Cone Memorial Hospital, Greensboro, North Carolina

Dylan Kellogg, MD, FAWM

Medical Education: State University of New York Upstate, Syracuse, New York
​Residency: Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland

Michael Witt, MD

Medical Education: New York Medical College, Valhalla, New York
​Residency: Cooper University Hospital, Camden, New Jersey
Fellowship - Pediatric EM: University of Connecticut, Hartford, Connecticut

Rossi Brown, DO

Medical Education: University of New England, Biddeford, Maine
​Residency: Memorial Hospital, York, Pennsylvania 

Timothy Beau Stokes, MD

​Medical Education: University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
Residency: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan



Learning, Living and Laughing together

Emergency MedicinE


1- EM Clerkship Primer for Acting Interns

2- Medical Student Shift Evaluation Form

3- Medical Student Documentation

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