The Academic Emergency Medicine Fellowship gives fellows all of the tools necessary to become successful educators and academic Emergency Medicine physicians.
The ACGME-accredited Emergency Medical Services Fellowship trains fellows to provide emergency care to ill and injured patients and be prepared to lead an effective pre-hospital care program.
The Emergency Medicine Ultrasound fellowship trains emergency physicians in the application of point-of-care ultrasound and advanced ultrasound technology and techniques to guide patient care.
Fellows in this one or two year fellowship can earn an MPH, complete three to four site-specific overseas trips annually and mitigate health disparities in emergency care in vulnerable populations.
Fellows train in eight emergency departments, including a Level I trauma center, a pediatric hospital and urban and community settings, and are exposed to various patient populations and practices.
Endocrinology fellows work with a world-renowned team of experts to train in several areas of metabolic disease, including Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes and parathyroid and metabolic bone disease.
The Geriatric Medicine Fellowship trains leaders who provide clinical care and teach others about the clinical care of older adults while conducting research to better understand the aging process.
The Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship gives training and experience to fellows to be competent physicians in the growing field of inpatient palliative, hospice and long-term care.
The Infectious Disease Fellowship trains fellows in inpatient consultation, travel consultations, infection control, hospital epidemiology and HIV medicine in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
The Nephrology Fellowship offers extensive experience in consultative nephrology, onconephrology, cardio-renal syndrome and more. Fellows can individualize their training to meet their career goals.
The Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship offers exciting research opportunities and outstanding clinical training encompassing all areas of pulmonary and critical care medicine.
Fellows practice at a variety of training sites with guidance from Sleep Medicine experts and are exposed to obstructive and central sleep apnea, persistent insomnia, restless legs syndrome and more.
Maternal-Fetal Medicine fellows are directly involved with medical and surgical high-risk obstetrics and gain hands-on, ultrasound scanning training with international experts in the field.
This fellowship covers both the clinical and laboratory aspects of reproductive endocrinology. Fellows train at the Jones Institute, an international leader in assisted reproductive technology.
Child Abuse Pediatrics fellows become experts knowledgeable in all areas of child abuse, including physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect and failure to thrive, and psychological abuse and neglect.
International Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellows learn to assess international healthcare systems and implement emergency medicine programs abroad.
This fellowship is based at Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters, which houses the region's only pediatric trauma and burn service and sees more than 50,000 annual emergency department visits.
Fellows learn to conceive, design, develop, implement, manage and assess medical education programs using medical simulation. This training prepares fellows for leadership roles in academia.
This fellowship prepares physician assistants to treat a wide variety of illnesses and injuries in the busy, ever-changing world of pediatric urgent care.
The Pain Medicine fellowship exposes fellows to all aspects of pain management, including psychiatry, anesthesia and neurology perspectives in adult and pediatric patients and in end-of-life care.
Our Breast Imaging Fellowship trains radiologists to use cutting-edge diagnostic and interventional techniques in breast imaging and cancer detection.
The Surgical Critical Care program trains fellows in the management and overall care of critically injured and acutely ill surgical patients.
The Vascular Surgery division performs more than 9,000 operations annually, giving a fellow the potential to serve as the primary surgeon in over 500 cases per year.
Our one-year Adult and Pediatric Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship provides fellows with extensive surgical experience in male and female reconstructive urology.
Our one-year Endourology, Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery fellows are exposed to percutaneous/ureteroscopy, laparoscopic/robotic radical prostatectomy and a range of laparoscopic kidney surgeries.