Medical Student Clerkship Program

Medical Student Clerkship Information

In addition to the required fourth-year GW medical student rotation, the Department of Emergency Medicine is pleased to offer GW students and visiting students a variety of clinical and didactic courses. The emergency medicine faculty are some of the most active teachers in the medical school. Together with our residents, fellows, and staff, we are excited to share our knowledge and experience with students interested in exploring careers in emergency medicine. In addition, emergency medicine providers possess particular skills that can augment the practice of providers in a variety of fields. We welcome you to explore all the opportunities available through the the George Washington University (GW) School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) Department of Emergency Medicine.

Emergency Medicine Interest Group (EMIG)

The Emergency Medicine Interest Group is a student-run, faculty-mentored organization that seeks to introduce GW medical students to emergency medicine as a specialty and a career choice.

Visiting Student Information

Student Director: Steven Davis, M.D. (
Student Coordinator: Jasmine Duncan (, 202-741-2920)

The Department of Emergency Medicine at GW SMHS offers several clinical and didactic rotations for GW and visiting medical students.

If you have questions about the application process or if you need further information about our educational programs, please feel free to contact our student programs coordinator, Jasmine Duncan.

All students enrolled in EMED 302 must report for orientation and systems training on the first Monday of the rotation. Students will be notified of the time and location two weeks prior to the start of the rotation.