Rush Advanced Trauma Training Program

UPDATED:  25 March 2019.


  • All ATTCs/ATTC-Es are full.  Submit to be on a waitlist.

  • NEW Trauma Course Offering:  Rush Critical Care Course (RC3) Accomplishes the Trauma Course Requirement

    •  22 July-15 August

    • Critical Care Emergency Medical Transport-Program (CCEMT-P) from the University of Maryland, Baltimore
      County plus SICU, PICU, BICU, TICU, NICU rotations (subject to change) (CCEMT-P certification issued after successful completion

    • Cadaver Lab
    • Each course offers an additional one week of ICU rotations (through 14 March/22 August)

    • Up to 172 CEUs or 220 CEUs if extension to ICU rotation is selected
    • email: for registration details
  • ATLS Dates are posted for 2019

  • 26-29 April TNCC has open seats.

  • 12-17 May ATTC is full with 5 on the waitlist. (priority of waitlist fill goes to  members who register for the ATTC and FAST/Ultrasound (12-21 May)


  • Infectious Disease Training Courses
  • Critical Care Courses
  • FAST Ultrasound Training Course-open to all medical personnel -MDs, Nurses, PAs, Medics, etc.
  • Certification Courses (ATLS, TNCC, PHTLS, ABLS, ACLS, PALS, AHLS)

The Rush Advanced Trauma Training Program (ATTP) is a Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) medical training program.  It is conducted primarily by Board Certified Emergency Room Attending Physicians of the Department of Emergency Medicine of Rush University Medical Center (RUMC).  The overall objectives of the Rush ATTP are to provide all students  with state-of-the-art knowledge and hands-on skills required to provide advanced acute management for trauma patients in a combat environment and in the event of a domestic incident.  Rush University has trained and certified over 3,800 Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurses, Respiratory Therapists, Medics, and other medical personnel in Advanced Trauma Procedures.