The Yale Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship is a one-year program that will prepare graduates to lead an academic and/or community emergency ultrasound program. Experience will be sufficient to fulfill the recommendations of all major societies for the interpretation of emergency ultrasound, as well as RDMS/RDCS/RVT certification and exposure to aspects of program development and quality assurance.
The program consists of structured time in the emergency department performing bedside examinations, examination QA and review, research into new applications, and education both in the academic and community arenas. A structured rotation in echocardiography and vascular applications is in place.
The fellowship offers an appointment as a Clinical Instructor to the faculty of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Yale University School of Medicine. Fellows are entitled to the faculty benefits package, four weeks of vacation, and a competitive salary.
Applicants must be residency trained and board certified/qualified in Emergency Medicine.
For further information, visit the Yale Ultrasound Fellowship Website or contact the fellowship director:
Chris Moore, MD RDMS RDCS
Division of Ultrasound
Department of Emergency Medicine
Yale University School of Medicine
464 Congress Ave, Suite 260
New Haven, CT 06519-1315
Phone: (203) 785-3843