The mission of the Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine is to transform healthcare for all by leading in the advancement of emergency medicine through innovation and scientific discovery.
We are dedicated to providing career-defining education, leading-edge research, and precision emergency medical care
Marc Andreessen and Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen Emergency Department
The Marc Andreessen and Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen Emergency Department receives 75k visits per year and is the only Level 1 Trauma Center between San Francisco and the South Bay.
Our ED serves the San Mateo and Santa Clara County communities and is a transfer center for facilities across and beyond the state of California that need specialized expertise.
The Emergency Department is dedicated to rapid interventions and has designations as a Comprehensive Stroke Center and Chest Pain Center.
Emergency Medicine is a rapidly-developing field, and Stanford is leading research in many areas, including:
- pre-hospital care
- wilderness medicine
- physician wellness
- pediatric emergency medicine
- international healthcare delivery
- simulation and virtual reality as training tools
- online and application-based diagnostics
Stanford Department of Emergency Medicine actively embraces and promotes:
- Collaboration * Service
- Compassion * Resilience
- Collegiality * Adaptability
- Leadership * Innovation
- Diversity * Inclusion
Stanford School of Medicine and the Department of Emergency Medicine recognize the importance and strength of diversity, equity, and inclusion for our faculty, fellows, residents, staff and the constituency served.
In 2019, Forbes ranked Stanford as a top employer for diversity, ranked number four out of all universities and education institutions in the country.