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Emergency Medicine Certificate

The Emergency Medicine Certificate (EMC) Training Program provides doctors working in emergency departments (EDs) with adequate knowledge and sufficient clinical experience to be safe and efficient practitioners. The course benefits Career Medical Officers, Junior Medical Officers and Visiting Medical Officers/General Practitioners.

Emergency Medicine Diploma

The Emergency Medicine Diploma (EMD) Training Program provides doctors working in emergency departments (EDs) with adequate knowledge and sufficient clinical experience to be safe and efficient practitioners. The course benefits Career Medical Officers, Junior Medical Officers and Visiting Medical Officers/General Practitioners.

Transition from FACEM Training

If you withdraw from the FACEM Training Program, you have the opportunity to continue a career in Emergency Medicine with a formal qualification of either the Emergency Medicine Certificate (EMC) or Emergency Medicine Diploma (EMD).

Moratorium on EMC/D Enrolments

No new enrolments will be accepted into the current Emergency Medicine Certificate or Emergency Medicine Diploma after 17 August 2020

Download the Approved Training Site List

The Emergency Medicine Certificate (EMC) and Emergency Medicine Diploma (EMD) training, must take place at an ACEM approved site. Approved training sites are listed on this page.

Pre-Hospital and Retrieval Medicine

Pre-hospital and retrieval medicine (PHRM) is rapid response medical care provided to seriously sick and injured people.

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