Yale New Haven Hospital Emergency Medicine PA Residency Program
464 Congress Avenue, Suite 260
New Haven, CT 06519
Kevin Burns, PA-C, DFAAPA
Andrew Meiman, PA-C
The Yale New Haven Hospital (YNHH) Emergency Medicine PA Residency Program is a 18-month postgraduate training program designed to train PA’s and NP’s in the skills and knowledge required to evaluate and treat the full spectrum of patients seen in an emergency department. The program consists of a variety of emergency department rotations, along with several different off-service rotations and a significant didactic component.
The didactic curriculum is based upon the American Board of Emergency Medicine’s Core Content of EM education. Residents will attend 5 hours of weekly didactic conference, along with journal clubs, simulation lab sessions, cadaver lab, and grand round lectures.
The clinical experience will involve exposure to a variety of different ED settings, along with numerous off-service rotations, including:
Certification courses include ACLS, ATLS, PALS, and a Difficult Airway Course.
Program Start Date
2 residents per class
Yale University School of Medicine
New Graduate (or less than 1 year post-graduation)
Graduate of ARC-PA accredited PA program, or accredited FNP program, minimum 3.0 GPA
NCCPA certified, or ANCC/AANP certified
CT licensure/CT license-eligible
Curriculum Vitae, including any prior health care experience
Cover letter, explaining why you wish to pursue an emergency medicine residency at Yale New Haven Hospital
2 letters of recommendation, including one from supervising/collaborative physician, or department head
Letter of good standing from current employer
No history of license suspension/revocation
No history of employment dismissal from prior PA/NP positions