Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship

Become an outstanding clinician, researcher, and leader by joining the Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine fellowship program.

Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship

What sets us apart?

At Macon and Joan Brock Virginia Health Sciences at Old Dominion University we believe that fellowship training in pulmonary and critical care should not have a “one-size-fits-all” approach. We believe that an educational program should be tailored to meet each fellow’s needs and career goals. In addition to our three-year Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship, we also offer a two-year Critical Care fellowship track for Internal Medicine or Emergency Medicine physicians. We are one of only a handful of programs to offer three-year tracks in Nephrology/Critical Care and Infectious Diseases/Critical Care.

Additionally, we have been approved as a pilot site for a combined three-year fellowship in Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine. Fellows have flexibility in their rotation schedules to pursue individual interests such as certification in critical care echocardiography, honing clinical skills through additional elective time, participating in research, or pursuing certification in global health. Whatever your career goals may be, we can help you get there.

You will have the opportunity to work with leaders in the field, including Dr. Alexander Levitov, Professor of Internal Medicine, who developed the first nationally recognized guidelines on ultrasound use in critical care, and Dr. Michael Eggert, nationally recognized expert in pulmonary hypertension, and director of the region’s only accredited pulmonary hypertension center. Conduct research with NIH-funded research teams at Brock VHS and Old Dominion University.

See yourself in Hampton Roads

The Hampton Roads region is a vibrant community with 1.7 million residents scattered across nine cities and five counties in southeastern coastal Virginia.

Miles of waterfront, historical and cultural attractions, parks and outdoor recreation areas, lively nightlife, seasonal festivals, and family-friendly entertainment make it clear that there's something for everyone here in Hampton Roads.

At Macon and Joan Brock Virginia Health Sciences at Old Dominion University, we know life happens, and we want you to be covered when it does. That’s why we offer competitive benefits packages for our residents and fellows.

Residents meet at orientation

A supportive environment

Work-life balance is important during your fellowship, and we are committed to supporting our fellows throughout their time here at the school. Through this, our residents and fellows receive the same wellness resources as our faculty and staff.

In addition, our for residents and fellows gives you access to support groups, after-hours counseling services, running clubs, leadership coaching, and more.