University of California, Irvine
Emergency Medicine Interest Group

EMIG is an organization composed of UC Irvine medical students who are interested in pursuing careers in emergency medicine (EM). As one of the most active student groups at the UC Irvine School of Medicine, our aim is to connect medical students with information about EM residency and careers in EM. On this site, you will find information about what is going on in emergency medicine at UC Irvine as well as EM in general. We are excited to provide information about one of the newest and most dynamic medical specialties. Welcome to our site!

  • Feel free to explore the Ultrasound Interest Group

  • The International Blog Page for Ultrasound

  • The Wilderness Medicine Interest Group Home Page and Facebook Page

  • News & Upcoming Events


  • Come watch the documentary Code Black this Friday 7/11 or Sunday 7/13 at 7:20PM at Edwards Theater University Town Center. This incredible film tells the story of the residents working at the Emergency Department at LA County Hospital and sheds eye-opening perspective on some of the struggles we face with the modern healthcare field.

    codeblackmovie.com




  • EMIG board members Lauren Sims, MS3, and Tatiana Ramage, MS3 co-authored an editorial in the June/July issue of Modern Resident titled "Medical Student Ambassadors in the Big Apple"

    Check it out here

    Well done Lauren and Tatiana!

    Recent Past Events

  • Guest Lecture: Intro to Pediatric EM on April 30

    PIG and EMIG joined forces to host Dr. Rishi Bhargava, Assistant Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, at Long Beach Memorial and CHOC. Dr. Bhargava spoke about what it takes to go into pediatric EM, advice for those considering that career path, and what a typical day might look like in the field.
  • Disaster Medicine Symposium on April 2nd

    Orange County Medical Association With UC Irvine Health Emergency Medicine Center for Disaster Medical Sciences Present:

    Global Health Adventures: Tips for Clinicians to Prepare for Bioterrorism and Pandemics
    Kristi L. Koenig M.D.
    Professor, Emergency Medicine
    Director, Center for Disaster Medical Sciences

    In-flight Medical Emergencies:
    What do you want to do now, Doctor?
    Robert Katzer M.D. M.B.A.
    Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine

    Introduction by
    Carl Schultz M.D.
    Professor, Emergency Medicine
    Director of Research, Center for Disaster Medical Sciences

    Date: Wednesday April, 2 2014
    Time: Appetizers and beverages served at 6:00 PM, Presentations will begin at 6:45 PM
    Location: OCMA Conference Center, 17322 Murphy Ave. Irvine, CA 92614

  • Talk Shop Dinner hosted by Dr. McCoy on Thursday, April 24th at 730pm