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Allegheny General Pittsburg campus

Fellowship - Allegheny General Hospital

Allegheny General Hospital | Pittsburgh, PA

  • Focus: One-year, immersive experience in EMS medicine
  • Fellowship Director: Chadd Nesbit, MD, Phd, FACEP - [email protected]
  • Highlights: Formal didactics, administrative experiences, exposure to air/ground critical care transport, ground EMS, paramedic/physician response units, and multiple elective opportunities including tactical EMS and community paramedicine
  • Outcomes: Upon successful completion, the EMS Fellow is expected to be eligible for board certification in emergency medicine
  • About: The EMS Fellowship is a 12 month didactic and clinical immersion in prehospital medicine. The EMS Fellow serves as an Assistant Medical Director with one of the Network’s affiliated EMS agencies. The Fellow will actively engage in all facets of prehospital medicine including: emergency response, public health, and disaster medicine. Core components and benefits of the Network’s Fellowship include:
    • Paid medical and dental insurance
    • Attendance at key conferences (NAEMSP, AMTC)
    • Dynamic didactic and experiential EMS education including EMS board review 
    • Work and play in one of America’s most liveable cities: Pittsburgh, PA!
  • Details
    • ACGME accredited since 2017
    • Fellowship based at Allegheny General Hospital, a level one trauma, stroke, and STEMI center
    • Fly with LifeFlight, the first hospital-based critical care transport program in the Northeast
    • Experiences in tactical medicine, mass gathering medical care, and EMS research
    • Education is a cornerstone of the program: interface with medical students, residents, fellows
    • Dedicated, fully-equipped EMS Squad for field response by EMS fellow

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