The Department of Emergency Medicine at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina has played an active role in establishing Tanzania’s first true Emergency Department and Emergency Medicine Residency Program along with sponsorship from the US and South Africa’s Academic Emergency Departments and the Abbott Foundation. The program, located in Muhimbili National Hospital in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania is thriving and has graduated six classes of EM physicians. Carolinas Medical Center has been partnered with this hospital for the past 10 years.
Dr. Bryant Allen, assistant program director of the Emergency Medicine Residency Program at Carolinas Medical Center, and Dr. Pendo George, head of the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Program and the first woman in the field of emergency medicine in Tanzania, reached out to Rosh Review to discuss access of review materials for the residency at Muhimbili to continue to elevate their standard of training and care.
We are pleased to share that the residency at Muhimbili enjoys free access to the Rosh Review question bank and that both faculty and residents have been utilizing it successfully. We want to thank Dr. George, Dr. Allen, Muhimbili National Hospital, and the Carolinas Medical Center EM Program for believing in the power of global partnerships and collaboration with colleagues near and far.
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