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.