Letter from The Department Chair

On behalf of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, I would like to personally welcome you. We appreciate your interest in our education, research, and clinical program.

ER 1ARMC EM is dedicated to high quality resident education, excellence in patient care, and is committed to resident wellness. Our residents are exposed to the entire spectra of emergency medicine and will complete residency well-educated and competent to provide state of the art emergency care. In addition to maintaining our high standard of patient care, our program is singularly aligned with the long-term goals of ARMC leadership as an academic health center in the County of San Bernardino. Simply put, we are committed to training the next ER 2generation of leaders in Emergency Medicine. The interdisciplinary nature of Emergency Medicine is consistent with a culture of collaboration across specialties, departments, schools, and institutions.

When we started the ARMC Emergency Medicine Residency in 2004, my main focus as the Chair was not to establish just a good program, but a GREAT program. We have accomplished that goal.

Our residents continually and consistently perform in the upper quartile of the In-service Exam, and we have a pass rate of 100% on the AOBEM certification examination. Our residents are highly recruited and have been successful with job placement at excellent facilities and fellowship programs. This validates our graduates as very well-trained, equipped and educated in Emergency Medicine. It is my guarantee that we will maintain a superior training site for emergency medicine education.

I welcome you to check out our website and/or contact us for additional information. Within this dynamic academic enterprise of robust clinical, educational, and research initiatives, resides a diverse community of scholars and clinicians who work alongside some of the most dedicated emergency medicine staff in the West.

With warmest professional regards,

Borger Sig

Dr. Rodney Borger

One Response to Letter from The Department Chair

  1. Freddie M. Ream says:

    I was admitted to the ER on July 12, 2017, after a face-first stumble & fall in an Arco station nearby. I & my family wish to send accolades & appreciation to the staff in the E R that morning. The care I received was outstanding. Very professional, gentle, caring & knowledgeable throughout the 3 hours spent there. My nurse JENNIFER STEFFLER was exceptional in her attitude, efficiency & demeanor. She is, in my opinion, the epitome of the character of being a nurse. My thanks, also, to the X-ray people for their expertise & sensitivity during that time. Hoorahs to the staff in your ER!

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