Emergency Medicine

ACGME Initial Accreditation
100 percent AOBEM Part 1 board pass rate
Approved 24 positions

Program features:

"You will get the right blend of autonomy and responsibility.” - Dr. Hillier
  • Level III Trauma Status
  • Trauma and Life Flight rotations at MetroHealth Medical Center
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Akron Children’s Hospital
  • Weekly Didactics
  • ED Ultrasound training
  • Oral Board Review, Journal Club and Skills Lab
  • ACLS and PALS every 2 years
  • Educational Stipend
  • Community EMS experience
  • Resident research project
  • Attend Ohio ACEP and Chicago ACOEP Review Course

Case Mix/Patient Population (only patients evaluated and treated in the ED):

Anthony Hillier, DO (EM4) ranked #2 (99 percentile) in the nation on the ACOEP In-service exam!
  • 20 percent of ED pediatric patients
  • 79 percent of ED adult patients
  • Percent of ED adult patients — 30,402 (79.3 percent)
  • ~450 trauma patients
  • ~350 surgical (non-trauma)
  • ~33,000 medical patients
  • ~1,400 OBG patients
  • ~600 psychiatric patients
  • Percent patients hospitalized following treatment (excluding ED) — 8,914 (23.3 percent)
  • Percent patients admitted to Critical Care Units following treatment (excluding observation and number and percent of deaths in ED) — 2174 (5.67 percent)

Program Recognitions:

  • FOEM Research Flame Award 2015 – Presented to the ACOEP Residency Program that has achieved the highest average score for Senior Research Papers
  • 2015 Winning Program of the EMRA (Ohio) Quiz Bowl
  • Consortium Applebaum Award for Highest In-Service Scores – 13 out of 19 years
Gennaro Romanello, DO, Emergency Medicine Residency Program Director
Tyler Johns, DO Emergency Medicine Co-Chief 2018-2019
Camilo Mohar Emergency Medicine Co-Chief 2018 2019