- June 5, 2020
An Emergency Medicine Residency can take up to three to four years to complete. The length of the residency depends on the specific medical residency that is obtained.
Most specialties offer fellowship training once residency is completed. A fellowship is typically one to three years based on the specialty. Fellowships have strong components of research as well as clinical and surgical experience. Fellowship training is the highest level of training a physician can obtain in a specified field.