The ERcast Podcast

Straight talk about emergency medicine.

High yield. No nonsense.

ERcast demystifies the aspects of medicine that make us anxious, normalizes the seeming insanity of the job, and dissects the practices and thought processes of masters in the field.

Already a Hippo member? Sign in now.

ercast_hero_noshadow
ercast_uvp1

Learn More In Less Time

Easily-digestible episodes explore the most important challenges that clinicians face, from clinical topics to self-care.

ercast_uvp2

Tune in From Anywhere

Listen in and earn CME while on your morning commute, between shifts, or anywhere else life takes you.

ercast_uvp3

Stay Engaged And Entertained

Presented in an easy-to-listen-to conversational format that’s designed to make the important stuff stick.

The New ERcast Listener App

  • Search and Browse

  • Bookmark and Download

  • Easy CME

Meet the Faculty

rob_orman

Rob Orman, MD

Editor-in-Chief of ERcast

Rob founded ERcast in 2010 as a way to fill the gap between what we learn in textbooks versus what happens in clinical practice. He is also host of the Stimulus Podcast and co-host of Essentials of Emergency Medicine. A multi-award winning educator with 20 years of EM experience, Rob's goal is to demystify aspects of medicine that make us anxious, normalize the seeming insanity of the job, and dissect the practices of masters in the field. Rob lives in Bend, OR with his wife and 2 children.

mizuho_morrison

Mizuho Morrison, DO

Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine, 
University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine - LAC+USC Medical center

Dr. Mizuho Morrison is a board-certified Emergency Medicine physician who works clinically in Southern California. Mizuho enjoys the balance of working clinically in both an academic setting at Los Angeles County and USC Keck School of Medicine, and in the community for Southern California Kaiser Permanente. Mizuho serves as the Senior Director of Medical Education at Hippo Education; Executive Editor for Urgent Care RAP and Co-Director of Essentials of Emergency Medicine. She is not only a national lecturer, but is an advocate for medical educator development and enjoys helping others grow to strengthen their voice and platform.

jenny_beckesmay

Jenny Beck-Esmay, MD

Assistant Residency Director / Assistant ProfessorMount Sinai Morningside - Mount Sinai West

Jenny Beck-Esmay is an emergency medicine physician and assistant residency director at Mt. Sinai St. Luke’s-Mt. Sinai West in New York City. Jenny received a degree in drama from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, completed medical school at the University of Minnesota and returned to NYC to complete residency at NYU-Bellevue. She is passionate about emergency medicine education and the FOAM movement and is proud to have contributed content to numerous FOAM resources. Jenny is Editor-In-Chief of FemInEM, Associate Editor of R.E.B.E.L. EM, Co-Host of the Rebel Core EM podcast and a contributor to EM:RAP and Urgent Care RAP. In her free time, Jenny enjoys reading sci-fi, fantasy and comics and enjoying delicious dinners out with friends.

salim_rezaie

Salim Rezaie, MD

Emergency Physician 
Greater San Antonio Emergency Physicians

Salim completed his medical school training at Texas A&M Health Science Center, and continued his medical education with a combined Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine residency at East Carolina University. Currently, he work as a community emergency physician at Greater San Antonio Emergency Physicians (GSEP), where he is the director of clinical education. Salim is also the creator and founder of REBEL EM and REBEL Cast, a free, critical appraisal blog and podcast that try to cut down knowledge translation of research to bedside clinical practice.

matthew_delaney

Matthew DeLaney, MD

Associate Professor/ Assistant Program Director, 
Department of Emergency Medicine, 
University of Alabama at Birmingham

Dr. DeLaney completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine in 2011 and worked in the community before joining the EM faculty at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He is a contributor to various educational podcasts and frequently lectures at national and international conferences. He was recently told by a patient that he looks like what would happen “if Christian Bale in ‘The Fighter’ and Adam Sandler had a child.”

matthieu_declerck

Matthieu DeClerck, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine, University of Southern California

Dr. DeClerck completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at the Los Angeles County/University of Southern California Medical Center in 2010. Since then, he has worked in multiple emergency department and urgent care settings in Colorado and California. Multiple people comment on how he reminds them of Ben Stiller. While his wife sees him more as a Bradley Cooper, Matt insists he is a mix of Brad Pitt and George Clooney. But, you can make up your own mind.

Pricing

/month

billed annually

or

/month

billed annually

or

/month

billed annually

or

What's included?

Monthly audio content

Written summaries and pearls

Android and iOS apps

Entire ERcast Archives

Up to 36 AMA Category 1 Credits™ per year

Monthly audio content

Written summaries and pearls

Android and iOS apps

Entire ERcast Archives

Up to 36 AMA Category 1 Credits™ per year

Monthly audio content

Written summaries and pearls

Android and iOS apps

Entire ERcast Archives

Up to 36 AMA Category 1 Credits™ per year

What makes Hippo different?

At Hippo Education we’re committed to helping front-line medical professionals stay current, connected, and passionate. We’re a physician-founded, physician-run company focused on supporting a cadre of top-notch clinicians, like you.

video EM

Our energy goes toward recruiting the most astute and entertaining educators in medicine and providing them with every resource necessary to create the best education possible. Everything we make is specifically designed for busy medical professionals- it’s concise and segmented into easily digestible pieces to fit into your packed schedule. We believe the very best education is memorable and entertaining.

video EM

We continually invest in high-end, creative production and app technologies. We know your educational experience makes the difference- not only between passing and failing an exam, but often between life and death.

See how good medical education can be.

video EM