Robert McCormack, MD, MBA

Robert McCormack.

As a graduate of a four-year program in Emergency Medicine, I am always pleasantly surprised by the clinical skills, judgment and confidence of our graduating classes.  Based upon my experience with the past five classes, the residency program clearly well prepares each resident to practice Emergency Medicine through a combination of diverse clinical sites and enthusiastic faculty.

About Buffalo

I can not think of a better place to do a residency. Buffalo is a friendly, affordable and accessible city with a lot going on.

I have lived in Boston,  Montreal, and NYC and have chosen Buffalo for all that it offers.  Sporting events, concerts, and shows are accessible.  Lake Erie offers boating/sailing within minutes and excellent skiing is less than an hour away. Traffic, crowds or long commutes do not plague daily life.  The restaurants (and bars) are world class and affordable.  Beautiful downtown apartments rent for less than parking spaces in NYC.  The people are friendly and approachable. 

It’s a great place to make new friends and enjoy your free time.