American University of Beirut

Department of Emergency Medicine
  • The Department of Emergency Medicine (ED) at AUBMC is playing a groundbreaking leadership role in the development of Emergency Medicine in Lebanon and the region

    ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Department of Emergency Medicine at AUBMC has been growing during the past years. Our core faculty are all American board certified Emergency Medicine specialists and supervise the care of over fifty six thousand patients annually. With forty​-three beds, three trauma bays, extensive monitoring capacity, available bedside ultrasonography, dedicated imaging room, advanced airway equipment and real-time electronic tracking capacity, our ED is equipped to handle the most critical cases. We offer a unique Toxicology Service covered by medical toxicologists with access to advanced testing and therapeutic resources. Our Pediatrics Emergency Medicine Service sees over 10,000 patients annually and is staffed by round the clock attending level care under the directorship of an American Board of Emergency Medicine certified Pediatric Emergency Medicine Specialist.​


    The Emergency Department Support Fund will be used to support the Emergency Department patient and staff safety initiatives as well as our various educational/research programs.​

    Proceeds from the ED Support Fund are used to support Emergency Department patient and staff safety initiatives at the AUB Medical Center as well as various educational/research programs.

    To donate, please follow the link​​.

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