Emergency Medicine Service Fellowship Program

EMS is a professional niche within the subspecialty of emergency medicine. EMS fellowship training adds additional knowledge and skills that enable physicians to proficiently conduct all aspects of EMS medical direction including treatment of clinical problems; management of the EMS system as a community health resource; medical direction of and quality improvement for medical priority dispatchers; performance of EMS research; education of the public and EMS system personnel; supervision of EMS personnel delivering medical care; public health and disaster initiatives; and provision of medical leadership for both the combat and civilian setting. In addition, fellowship training allows focused opportunity and understanding of the research agenda as it applies to the continuity spectrum of illness or injury from home/field to inpatient care. One Army fellow will be selected every year with the hopes of possible tri-service expansion once Fort Sam Houston becomes the future pre hospital training center for all tri-service medics.

Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC) is affiliated with the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) and Wilford Hall Ambulatory Surgical Center through a variety of GME programs as part of the San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium (SAUSHEC) and serves as a center for higher education, patient care and research focusing on military health sciences. BAMC is also one of ten academic institutions in San Antonio which is active in the Southwest Research Consortium as well as the Trauma Institute of San Antonio Texas (TRISAT). TRISAT is the first congressionally funded, joint military-civilian trauma institute in the United States. TRISAT coordinates academic, community and military resources to most effectively serve trauma victims and their families. TRISAT member centers see 8,000 trauma patients per year from a 22-county trauma service area and beyond. TRISAT manages a consolidated electronic database of the region's hospital trauma registries and 70 EMS agencies throughout the trauma service area, resulting in greater opportunities for clinical research and injury prevention.

The Department of Emergency Medicine at BAMC oversees and is involved in a number of EMS activities:

Points of Contact

Director

Phone: (210) 916-4789
Mailing Address:
SAUSHEC EMS Fellowship
Department of Emergency Medicine
3551 Roger Brooke Drive
Fort Sam Houston TX 78234-6200

EMS Coordinator

Phone: (210) 916-4789

SAUSHEC GME

Phone: (210) 916-5756
Mailing Address:
SAUSHEC
Department of Graduate Medical Education
3551 Roger Brooke Drive
Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234-6200

Army GME

Mailing Address:
5109 Leesburg Pike, Skyline 6, Room 691A
Falls Church, VA 22041-3258
Website: http://www.mods.army.mil/medicaleducation/

EMS Related Contacts

San Antonio Fire EMS

Phone: (210) 207-8400
Address:
315 S Santa Rosa Ave
San Antonio, TX 78207
Website: http://www.sanantonio.gov/SAFD/About/ContactUs.aspx#11112378-contact-safd-division

Austin/Travis County EMS

City of Austin/Travis County EMS System
Office: (512) 972-7200
Website: https://austintexas.gov/department/ems-contact-us

Southwest Texas Regional Advisory Council for Trauma

Phone: (210) 233-5850
Address:
7500 US HWY-90 West
Suite 200
San Antonio, TX 78227
Website: http://www.strac.org/

AirLife San Antonio

Phone: (210) 233-5800
Website: http://www.txairlife.com/contact_airlife/contactus.asp

AMR San Antonio

Phone: (210) 599-9208
Website: http://www.amr.net/Locations/Operations/Texas/San-Antonio

Public Health Bexar County/San Antonio

Phone: (210) 207-8780
Address:
332 West Commerce
Suite #303
San Antonio, TX 78205
Website: http://www.sanantonio.gov/Health.aspx