Leadership Development Program

EMA is proud to host the Leadership Development Program. Each year, EMA selects a group of qualified individuals from within our organization to develop into our future leaders. Over the course of the year, participants will be exposed to the fundamental concepts in ED management, attend the ACEP Director’s Academy and assume an increasing leadership role.

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These goals are the focus of an EMA provider.

Since 1991, we have experienced tremendous growth in our geographic footprint. We are proud that we have continued to recruit, develop and retain a talented group of emergency physicians who help us staff and run the very best emergency departments.

We now have over 20 active Directors and Assistant Directors providing site leadership to effectively manage the clinical and administrative aspects of each site. Some of this talent was cultivated from the front lines while others have naturally progressed into leadership roles in our organization.

Our Leadership Development Program and Administrative Fellowship programs have provided multiple opportunities for physicians to develop the tools and skills necessary to become the future leaders of our group.



Leadership Development Program: Past Providers

Dr. Nicholas A Borm, MD

"Dr. Borm completed his undergraduate degree in business at Indiana University. He received his medical doctorate from Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia during which time he was a member of the AOA honor society. Dr. Borm then completed his emergency medicine residency training at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. His most meaningful honor was winning the Residency Role Model award his fourth year.

During residency he focused on medical education by running medical student workshops, developing intern orientation curriculum, and serving as a community outreach director for cardiac arrest resuscitation education. In his senior year, he also served as the lead administrator coordinating senior resident moonlighting initiatives.

After graduation from residency, Dr. Borm has continued his education and administrative initiatives with EMA. He has created several protocols and treatment pathways distributed to all EMA providers for bronchiolitis, influenza, and vaginal bleeding in pregnancy. He has also been heavily involved in the development and cultivation of the PA/NP education program at Valley Presbyterian Hospital and EMA. He currently serves as the Assistant Director at Valley Presbyterian Hospital."



Leadership Development Program Timeline

EMA covers the cost of Phase 1 and 2 as well as $1,500 for traveling expenses.


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Emergent Medical Associates
111 North Sepulveda Blvd, Suite 210
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
(310) 379-2134
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