Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Fellowship

Mission Statement:

To train motivated emergency physicians in the application of advanced ultrasound technology and techniques to guide patient care and to develop these physicians into future academicians and researchers.

Fellowship Overview:

Eastern Virginia Medical School, Department of Emergency
Medicine follows the Ultrasound Fellowship guidelines as established by the
American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), Section of Emergency

• Work primarily in an academic level I Trauma Center

• Three RDMS qualified academic faculty for support

• Three new Sonosite M-Turbo machines with a full array of probes, in
addition to several other machines at the primary teaching site

• Time for independent study on advanced ultrasound techniques such as
echocardiography, musculoskeletal, or vascular ultrasound

• Excellent compensation package

Length of Training:

One year with a traditional start date on or about July 1.