Emergency Medicine Fellowship

Mission Statement

We are looking for well-rounded, highly motivated individuals who will enhance our Division both within the emergency department and outside of it. Our intent is to provide a broad foundation clinically, academically, and in research through our support and mentoring. We expect graduates from our program to be the future leaders and role models in our field of pediatric emergency medicine.

Advantages of the program

  • Training sites include Seattle Children's Hospital, Harborview Medical Center, University of Washington Medical Center, and Madigan Army Medical Center ED.
  • Eight months per year are spent in the Emergency Department (ED) at Seattle Children's Hospital.
  • Our fellowship program is one of only a few programs nationwide that supports core work toward a Masters of Public Health (MPH) degree at the University of Washington School of Public Health - one of the top-rated programs in the country.

Overview

  • Pediatric and Emergency Medicine resident applications are accepted. Two fellowships are available per year. All fellows complete three years of fellowship training.
  • Advance your academic career through research, publishing, and presentation opportunities
    • Our faculty includes recognized leaders in emergency medicine. Current research involves simulation, foreign bodies, sedation, diarrhea, quality improvement, transport, cardiac arrest, and ultrasound.
    • Clinical research is aimed at improving the care and treatment of children and can impact local, national, and international heath care. Your clinical research project is based on your area of interest and will be held to our high standard of research and publishing.
    • Enhance your teaching skills as part of the emergency department (ED) team, with bedside teaching and small to large group didactics.
  • Superb clinical experience and clinical education with graduated responsibility
    • Five month-long rotations including trauma, adult emergency department work, and pediatric intensive care are required.
    • Numerous clinical elective rotations are offered and include such options as child abuse, toxicology, anesthesia, and orthopedics.
  • Graduates of our program have successful careers in academic and clinical PEM.

About the University of Washington

Each year, approximately 1,200 residents and fellows conduct their ACGME training at one of UW’s primary training sites. For more information, including appointment information and stipends visit the Prospective Residents and Fellows page.

About Seattle

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