Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program
The Division of Sleep Medicine (DSM) is under the aegis of the Department of Internal Medicine of the Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS). In 1986, the DSM helped establish the first sleep disorders center in Virginia (and the second on the East Coast) to be accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
- Since 1980, nationally recognized sleep medicine experts at EVMS have been diagnosing and treating patients with sleep disorders and publishing and presenting their state-of-the art research in peer-reviewed journals and at national and international conferences.
- The EVMS DSM has been selected as a testing site for clinical research on numerous pharmacological agents before they come to market.
- The EVMS DSM has also established recognition for studies on highway safety designed to evaluate fatigue and sleepiness using a driving simulator.
- The sleep medicine fellowship provides the fellow with a multigenerational, diverse set of educational settings:
- Sentara Sleep Center Norfolk AASM-accredited 6-bed Sleep Disorders Center
- Children’s Hospital of the Kings Daughters AASM-accredited 4-bed Sleep Disorders Center
- Hampton Veterans Hospital 2-bed Sleep Medicine Facility
- Bon Secours DePaul AASM-accredited 4-bed Sleep Disorders Center
- In March 2012, the ACGME accredited the EVMS Sleep Medicine program.
The first fellow trained from July 1,2013- June 30,2014.
- Prerequisites include successful completion of a residency in internal medicine (and its subspecialties), neurology, pediatrics, psychiatry, otolaryngology or family medicine. (Strongly recommend USMLE Steps I through III scores 200 or higher).
- Applicants will apply through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) and the National Residency Matching Program (NRMP).