Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Fellowship
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.
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.