Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship
Beaumont Hospital Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship is a one year program designed to give graduatesof emergency medicine the skills and knowledge to become ultrasound program directors and leaders in the field of emergency ultrasound.
Fellows will be required to complete a minimum of 1000 scans focusing on basic and advanced applications of ultrasound in the Emergency Department. There will be weekly scanning sessions with the ultrasound director within the emergency center, as well as independent scanning. The fellow will also participate in teaching of the residents and medical student and faculty credentialing. Weekly image review sessionwill be held to provide feedback to the fellow and to review a recent ultrasound journal article. Lectures covering ultrasound physics and instrumentation and Emergency applications will be given in preparation for the fellow to take the RDMS exam. The fellow will be required to give lectures to the residents during grand rounds and may also participate in an ultrasound lecture series hosted by the Department of Radiology.
Length of Fellowship: 1 year
Salary: >$110,000 per year
Additional Funds $1500 CME, one paid ultrasound or EM conference, benefits, vacation
Number of Clinical Hours: 18 hours/week
Other Duties The fellow with be expected to teach the PGY 1 and 2 residents and advanced medical students during their ultrasound rotation. They will participate in faculty credentialing and provide lectures during grand rounds. Fellows will be required to develop at least one research project and present it at a national conference.
Ultrasound Machines: 3 Sonosite M-Turbos, 1 Philips Sparq
Number of Positions per year: 1
Deadline for fellowship application: January 31st
Interviews scheduled: in the fall
Fellows chosen: November 1st or later
Melody Cikalo & Dustin Hernandez