Emergency Medicine Teaching Hospitals

The FAU Emergency Medicine Residency is centered around three major area hospitals that have come together to collaborate to form the basis for high quality clinical training for a number of graduate medical education programs. The goal is to provide our residents and students with a comprehensive array of outstanding clinical services.

Bethesda Hospital East

Bethesda Hospital East is a community-based, not-for-profit hospital located in Boynton Beach offering a full array of healthcare services.

  • 58,000 annual ED visits
  • 401 hospital beds
  • 43 ED beds
  • 27% pediatric visits
  • 17% admission rate
Bethesda Hospital East building

Delray Medical Center

Delray Medical Center offers a wide range of specialized services, including emergency care, cardiovascular care, a comprehensive stroke center, and psychiatric services.

  • Level I Trauma Center
  • 53,252 annual ED visits
  • 8% pediatric visits
  • 39% admission rate
  • 493 hospital beds
  • 48 ED beds
Delray Medical Center building

St. Mary's Medical Center

St. Mary's Medical Center provides comprehensive medical care including a Level I trauma, a comprehensive stroke center, orthopedics, mental healthcare, and obstetrics. It's dedicated Palm Beach Children's Hospital offers a wide array of specialized services, including a pediatric trauma center and pediatric emergency department.

  • Level I Trauma Center
  • 70,000 annual ED visits
  • 40% pediatric visits
  • 15% admission rate
  • 463 hospital beds
  • 36 ED beds
St. Mary's Medical Center building
Additional Information
The Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine offers students a variety of educational programs and degrees.
Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine
Florida Atlantic University
777 Glades Road, BC-71
Boca Raton, FL 33431