The person responsible for scheduling rotations and handling a lot of office paperwork is atrocious. She's rude, lazy, and will do as little as possible to help you out. You will be immensely frustrated by this, HOWEVER I've heard things have improved some in this department due to new faculty.
The program director is completely out of touch with everything that happens. He will not know if you are a 1st or 2nd year student, he will never know your name or make any attempt to engage you in conversation. He never once came to a social function involving students and faculty.
He's also clueless as to what you see/do in clinical, i.e. being under the illusion that Emory students do a lot of regional anesthesia, when in fact we do none. In class, he is combative and condescending.
It's just hard to believe a program that has been around for 40 years can be so disorganized. That is what I and my classmates found ourselves saying repeatedly. You can still graduate from Emory and be a quality anesthetist, but while in the program my advice is to keep your head low and get done what needs to get done. Avoid the neverending drama and program politics or you will go insane.
In talking to people from South and Nova I've heard many of the same complaints, so I'm not really singling Emory out here. Just be prepared for these problems where ever you end up.