Spotlight on Emergency Medicine

Ever wondered what’s it like to practice emergency medicine? Dr. John Madden, MD SGU ’81 will unveil what life is like in emergency medicine in this interactive virtual session.

We will cover the opportunities for personal and professional growth, and open up for a live Q&A where you will have the chance to ask questions to Dr. Madden. 

- Why choose emergency medicine? 

- What are the tips for securing a residency in emergency medicine? 

Dr. Madden will be equipped to answer all and help start your path to residency with the opportunity to join St. George’s University’s network of over 22,000 graduates that have practiced in all 50 US states and more than 50 countries around the world

 

Speaker - Dr John Madden

Dr. John Madden, MD SGU, US Associate Dean of Students, Director of the Office of Career Guidance and Student Development, and a Professor of Emergency Medicine

Dr. Madden, MD SGU ’81, is a graduate of St. George’s University, US Associate Dean of Students, Director of the Office of Career Guidance and Student Development, and a Professor of Emergency Medicine. Also, Dr. Madden was formerly a Clinical Assistant Professor at Jefferson Medical College, an Associate Professor at Drexel University, and a Professor at the Arcadia University Physician Assistant Program, where he is the former Medical Director and teaches emergency medicine.

Dr. Madden practiced emergency medicine at the Christiana Care Health System, where he was also the Medical Director of Christiana Care’s LifeNet air medical program as well as the critical care transport team Care Net. Past appointments at Christiana Care have included serving as President of its medical staff and as Vice-Chair of its Board of Directors

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