Length of Fellowship:
1 year- Please note you must be Board Eligible or Board Certified in Emergency Medicine
$154,000 (Half salary for half time attending position; we DO NOT pay as PGY-4 or 5)
6 weeks STO
Number of Clinical Hours:
20 Clinical Hours per Week at the YH ED (not at satellite or non-teaching site unless requested)
- Minimum one IRB-approved research project
- Scanning shifts with faculty
- Obtain 1000+ ultrasound exams
- Provide medical student, resident, APP education
- Develop and deliver 4 lectures to various audiences
- Participation in regional/national ultrasound conferences
Number of Sites
- WellSpan York Hospital
- WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital
Number of Positions per year:
- Regional Anesthesia
- Echo lab TEE
- Radiology US (with techs)
- Board certified/board eligible graduate of an ACGME accredited Emergency Medicine Residency
- Curriculum vitae
- Statement of Interest
- 2 Letters of Recommendation
The Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Fellowship participates in the NRMP match. The deadline for fellowship application is October 1st. Interested applicants are encouraged to visit our fellowship page at eusfellowships.com, where applications can be submitted. Interviews are scheduled on a rolling basis throughout the fall. NRMP rank lists are due in early November, with Match Day in mid-November. All applications should include a CV, at least two letters of recommendation, and a statement of interest.
1. Application deadline: October 1
2. Interviews: September-November
3. NRMP Match: November
Daniel Kreider, MD
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