Southeastern Health

Emergency Medicine Residency

Elizabeth Gignac, DO

Founding Program Director
Emergency Medicine Residency

Thank you for your interest in the Emergency Medicine residency at Southeastern Health. We welcome you to explore our website, come visit us, or email us with questions. We strive to offer the best possible education in a resident-friendly program. Here are some of the things that make SRMC a great place to train:

Our Residents

Our residents are not only some of the best and brightest, but they are energetic, engaged and happy.  We value their input and encourage them to help shape the program.  Each resident takes on a small job, resulting in an enormous cumulative effect on the program.  They enjoy time together in and out of the hospital.

Our Faculty

For our faculty, teaching is a passion.  Each with a niche area of expertise, our core faculty came to SRMC to help build something special.  We build solid relationships with our residents through conference time, team-building activities and by staffing clinical shifts with a 1:1 ratio on most days.

Our Community

As a rural, racially diverse community, Lumberton is the poorest and unhealthiest county in NC. Our patient population comes with diverse medical and social pathology.  We see an extremely high trauma volume, both blunt and penetrating, without a trauma team.  We truly have a symbiotic relationship with our community.  Our patients welcome residents participate in their care as we strive to improve the quality of care within the community.

Our Relationships

We are cultivating relationships with several partner organizations to enrich our program.  As our affiliate medical school, Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine (CUSOM) provides support to the residency with their faculty, facilities and library.  Residents will experience first-class out rotations in Trauma and Toxicology at Carolinas Medical Center (CMC) in Charlotte.  Through our collaboration with the Robeson Community College EMS program, residents engage in simulation labs, EMS lectures, and local EMS events.  Our residents and attendings also participate in local disaster drills with Robeson County Emergency Services.

We thank you for taking the time to learn more about us, and invite you to come check us out in person.
Elizabeth Gignac, DO, FACOEP

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 29 August 2017 19:51 )  

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Mailing Address:

PO Box 1408
300 West 27th Street
Lumberton, NC 28359
Tel: (910) 272-1478
Fax:(910) 671-5392
Office Hours:
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