During your 12-month Fellowship, you will spend time in the Emergency Department as well as off-service rotations to help broaden your knowledge base.

You will spend time in the following clinical specialties:

  • Adult Emergency Medicine
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine
  • Adult ED Trauma
  • Airway Management / Anesthesia – 1 dedicated week
  • Ultrasound – 2 dedicated weeks
  • Toxicology – 3-4 dedicated weeks
  • Cardiac Critical Care Unit (CCU) – 2 dedicated weeks
  • Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU) – 4 dedicated weeks
  • Ophthalmology – 1 dedicated week
  • EMS / LifeNet
  • Elective Rotations

You will have multiple didactic opportunities including:

  • Weekly EM Resident Conference
  • Bi-monthly PA Fellow Conference
  • SIM Lab
  • Cadaver Lab
  • BLS, ACLS & PALS Certification
  • ATLS Certification
  • Professional Conferences and Networking
  • Journal Club
  • Morbidity and Mortality Conference
  • Research and Publication opportunities
  • Mentorship and Career Guidance

Clinical and didactic opportunities are a large part of the EM-PA curriculum. More information is below.

Adult and Pediatric Emergency MedicineACLS & PALS Certification
Observation UnitATLS Certification
TraumaSexual Assault Forensic Examiner Training
Airway ManagementWeekly EM Resident and PA Fellow Conferences
Cardiac and Surgical ICUsMorbidity and Mortality Conference
POC UltrasoundJournal Club
ToxicologySIM Center
Ophthalmology Cadaver Lab
RadiologyProfessional Conferences and Networking
EMS/LifeNetMentorship and Career Guidance
Other elective opportunitiesResearch and publication opportunities