emCareers is the dedicated career center for emergency medicine physicians, residents, and medical students and connects thousands of American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) members to 53 Chapters across the United States, Puerto Rico, and Washington, D.C.
emCareers is jointly run by ACEP and the Emergency Medicine Residents' Association (EMRA) to provide education, support and engagement to these medical professionals during all phases of their careers.
It is the premier place where emergency physicians can build their careers and where hospitals and medical centers can find the best qualified professionals in the field.
Jobs listed include such disciplines as emergency and pain medicine, urgent care, ambulatory care, sports medicine, research and toxicology, among others.
Search for your ideal role, set up a job alert and never miss the next opportunity or browse the career resources and get all the information you need to land your next job. Check out the landing pages too for selected specific roles and learn more about each one.
Whether you are seeking a job, looking for career advice, or an employer searching for one of our qualified medical professionals, we are confident the resources provided will guide you on your journey.
Founded in 1968 by a small group of physicians who shared a commitment to improving the quality of emergency care, ACEP set out to educate and train physicians in emergency medicine to provide quality emergency care in the nation’s hospitals.
Today, ACEP represents more than 38,000 emergency physicians, emergency medicine residents and medical students. ACEP promotes the highest quality of emergency care and is the leading advocate for emergency physicians and their patients, and the public.
EMRA is the oldest and largest resident organization in the world. Founded in 1974, it helps its 16,000+ resident, medical student, fellow, and alumni members become:
The best doctors they can be, through its clinical books, cards, apps, EM Resident & EMRA*Cast
The best leaders they can be, by funding 20 committees, hundreds of national leadership roles and awards, and a 200-person Leadership Academy, and
Help EM become the best specialty it can be, through advocacy with Representative Council, Electives, Fellowships, and its Health Policy Academy