Kevin Boehm, DO
Welcome from Program Director
Welcome to the Broward Health Emergency Medicine Residency Program. We are a three-year, initially-accredited ACGME post-graduate training program designed to prepare physicians for the specialty practice of Emergency Medicine. Successful graduates are eligible for certification by the American Board of Emergency Medicine.
We welcome you to explore our site, learn more about our residency program, and see how our program can offer you outstanding training in a wonderful community so you can become an outstanding Emergency Physician. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Kevin Boehm, DO
Program Director, Emergency Medicine Residency
About the Program
The Emergency Medicine Residency Program of Broward Health is a three-year training program offering residents a unique opportunity to learn using educational and practical experiences. Broward Health North is a Level 2 trauma center that sees over 65,000 patients/year. The residents will also rotate through the emergency departments of Broward Health Medical Center and the Salah Foundation Children's Hospital at Broward Health. These are both Level 1 Trauma Centers that combined see over 150,000 patients a year. When not in the Emergency Department, our residents will be exposed to six months of critical care training, three months of trauma training, as well as dedicated time learning anesthesia and ultrasound. This robust curriculum will allow our residents to be well trained resuscitationist, ready for any practice environment upon graduating
• Over 150,000 patient visits between our two sites
• 716-bed Level 1-trauma hospital
• 409-bed Level 2 trauma hospital
• 100% Emergency medicine board-certified staff
• 24-hour catheterization labs for PPCI at both facilities
• Certified stroke center at both facilities
• Advanced airway equipment and labs
• Dedicated in-depth ultrasound education with fellowship trained ultrasound director
• One of the largest public health systems in the country
• Commitment to #FOAMed , including our own weekly case-cast at
• Focus on what is effective, not on what is traditional
• Significant resources available for resident training and medical education
• Diverse faculty interests, including EMS, international medicine, technology, administration, medical education, and advocacy
• Diverse patient population
Training Blocks and Sites
The following are detailed descriptions of the rotation sites for the Emergency Medicine Residency Program.
Broward Health North
Located in Deerfield Beach and is a 409-bed hospital. Offering a full continuum of care featuring a comprehensive stroke center, an adult level II trauma center, a neurological institute, a joint replacement center, cardiovascular services, as well as general, vascular, endovascular and neurosurgery. Broward Health North recently added a $78 million expansion to create a 53-bed, all private room, 36,000-square-foot emergency department with three dedicated trauma bays, six new operating rooms, and renovations to the hospital’s main entrance. Our Emergency Department sees over 62,000 patients a year.
Broward Health Medical Center
Located in Fort Lauderdale and is Broward County’s largest medical center. Our 716-bed hospital includes a team of 3,100 medical professionals and more than 800 physicians who are dedicated to delivering compassionate and quality care. As the flagship hospital for Broward Health, Broward Health Medical Center is home to virtually every medical specialty. Broward Health Medical Center is proud of the quality care we have provided in Broward County for more than 80 years. Our Emergency Department sees over 125,000 patients a year.
Salah Foundation Children's Hospital
Salah Foundation Children’s Hospital at Broward Health is recognized by the Children's Hospital Association, providing family-centered care for newborns, neonates, children and youth. Our healthcare team features pediatricians representing numerous sub-specialties and pediatric nurses dedicated to serving the individual needs of children and their families. The hospital provides a multitude of pediatric specialty services including allergy/immunology, cardiology, dentistry, endocrinology, gastroenterology, infectious disease, nephrology, neurology, ophthalmology, orthopedics, psychiatry, pulmonology, rheumatology, surgery and special needs. Our otolaryngology, urology, neurosurgery, and plastic surgery specialists also treat our youngest of patients. Our Pediatric Emergency Department sees over 25,000 patients a year.
Meet our Residents
Meet our residents from across the country and abroad, representing the diverse culture of South Florida. Broward Health takes pride in its training programs with broad perspectives that enrich the residents' learning experience.Residents