The School covers three regions based around the teaching hospitals in the East (Hull), West (Leeds) and South (Sheffield). There are 3 adult Major Trauma Centres in Hull, Leeds and Sheffield. The two paediatric major trauma centres are based in Leeds and Sheffield. There are a network of trauma units and local hospitals that trainees will rotate to to gain a broad exposure to emergency medicine.
We feel that Yorkshire and Humber offers many centres with excellent opportunities for excellent training and the chance to sub-specialise in all the recognised disciplines allied to EM. We offer the opportunity to reach your full potential here, as well as striking a work life balance that can allow you to really unwind and explore the interests you may not have prioritised in getting to where you are today. EM as a career is immensely rewarding, yet tough; you need to be resilient so there are benefits from training somewhere you can find the space to breathe.
The school of Emergency Medicine is currently lead by Dr Jeremy Till.
Welcome to the school of Emergency Medicine. Further to the notification regarding your appointment to the ACCS/EM Training programme, ahead of the commencement of your training you are required to complete a couple of registration forms:
- Form R (Part A)
- Conditions of Joining a Core
- Conditions of Joining a Core or Conditions of Joining a Specialty Training Programme (word doc – type your name as signature/insert digital signature). Please complete the appropriate document for your training programme.