Acute Care Residency Program
The Emory Acute Care Residency Program is a 12-month program designed to provide a concentrated experience to clinicians interested in pursuing advanced practice in acute care. The program commences in August and finishes in July of the following year.
The mission of the Emory University Acute Care Physical Therapy Residency Program is to prepare physical therapists with advanced knowledge and skills in acute care physical therapy practice with a solid foundation in the application of evidence based practice. Preparing physical therapists that are critical consumers of the relevant scientific literature and the integration of new techniques are key to innovative clinical practice. The Emory University Acute Care Physical Therapy Residency Program is committed to prepare physical therapists who will engage in clinical, academic, and professional teaching and consultative activities that will contribute to the community and advancement of the physical therapy profession
The Emory University Acute Care Physical Therapy Residency Program will:
- provide the necessary content and clinical experiences to prepare the resident for successful completion of ABPTS residency requirements.
- provide the necessary teaching and mentoring opportunities to facilitate the resident’s skills in teaching and consulting activities.
- promote the advancement in the field of acute care physical therapy practice by engaging residents in activities that support clinical excellence, research and utilization of new evidence that guides clinical decision making
- commit to the health and well-being of each resident while striving to achieve the highest standards in education and clinical care.