International Emergency Medicine

The Department of Emergency Medicine at the George Washington University has a long history of working with international partners to build the specialty of Emergency Medicine and Emergency Medical systems.  Our department was one of the first to start an international fellowship program, and we have trained more than 15 fellows over the years.  We are committed to the concept of sustainable capacity building programs, by which we build local capacity to deliver more effective emergency care.

Our Department has worked on projects in countries across the globe, including but not limited to India, Oman, Bahrain, Ghana, Ethiopia, Turkey, China, Peru, Chile, Saudi Arabia, and El Salvador.  We place tremendous value on our interactions with physicians and health care providers from around the world.  We are constantly seeking new projects and welcome your inquiries.

India

The Reagan Institute is working with numerous partner institutions across India to enhance EM education and training. For more information, look at the India projects.

 

 


China

A previous project for the RRIEM, we worked with Peking University to enhance EM education and training at the resident and faculty level.

 

 


Saudi Arabia

The Reagan Institute’s mission is to improve emergency care, education, training, and consultative support.

 

 


Iran

The Reagan Institute’s mission is to improve emergency care, education, training, and consultative support.

 

 


Egypt

The Reagan Institute’s mission is to improve emergency care, education, training, and consultative support.

 

 


Kuwait

The Reagan Institute’s mission is to improve emergency care, education, training, and consultative support.