Graduate Medical Education

Emergency Medicine Anderson

EM Anderson

At St. Luke’s, we strive to provide outstanding patient-centered care to our community. By adding a new Emergency Medicine Residency Program to our Network at the Anderson Campus, we aspire to nurture and train the next generation of innovative, versatile and compassionate physicians.

Learn about St. Luke’s Emergency Medicine Program.

Molly Mulflur, MD, FAAEM
Program Director Emergency Medicine Residency
St. Luke’s Anderson Campus

“Welcome to St. Luke’s Anderson Emergency Medicine! We are a new three-year ACGME-approved training program matching our first class of residents in July 2021. Our community-based emergency department is part of the larger St. Luke’s University Health Network (SLUHN) which has a long history of supporting graduate medical education. Our Emergency Medicine residency has joined the ranks of dozens of ACGME accredited programs within the St. Luke’s system and will enjoy access to the many resources that come with being a part of this larger Network.

Our objective at Anderson Campus is to train outstanding community clinicians who are prepared to function effectively in any ED environment. We want to equip our residents with the skills necessary to be efficient, capable and compassionate no matter what comes through the door or where that door might be! I invite you to continue reading to learn more about our program and what we have to offer. I look forward to welcoming you to St. Luke’s in the near future!”

– Molly Mulflur, MD, FAAEM