The Highland Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency has a dedication to training a diverse group of emergency medicine residents, including those that are underrepresented in medicine. In addition to underrepresented minorities, we include those that are first in their family to go to college and LGBTQ medical students as individuals underrepresented in medicine. We believe our ED providers reflect the all the patients we serve and are excited to have you join our Highland family!
Click Here to apply to our Social EM Research Externship
Click Here to apply to our Visiting Elective Scholarship Program (VESP)
Resident Diversity Committee: Is committed to recruiting, retaining, and supporting residents from diverse ethnic, gender, sexual orientation and racial backgrounds.
Mentoring in Medicine: Dr. Jocelyn Freeman Garrick, faculty at Highland EM, is the Founder and President of MIMS. This nonprofit aims to increase the number of underrepresented health professionals through mentoring, career exposure, and leadership development. Mims Webpage
Highland Health Advocates: Highland EM residents started this Highland Hospital based communicty service to address the social determinants of health and reduce health disparities. Highland Health Advocates webpage
ADIEM- Academy for Diversity and Inclusion in Emergency Medicine (SAEM Academy) : Click Here