Clinical Duties at Yale-New Haven Hospital

Yale New Haven Hospital is a Level-I trauma, tertiary care center with an annual census of over 100,000 per year, including approximately 80,000 adult patients and nearly 30,000 children. The residency program was started in 1996 and graduates 13 residents per year in a 4 year program. Fellowship programs in EMS, Ultrasound, Administration and Pediatric EM are run within the department as well. Additional information regarding the residency and fellowship programs can be found within this website.

Fellows are required to have successfully completed residency training in Emergency Medicine and must be board certified or board eligible at the time of entry into the program. Fellows will be responsible for the oversight of residents and medical students in training and will have appointment within the Yale School of Medicine as Clinical Instructor.

Fellows provide clinical coverage equivalent to 0.5 FTE at 30 clinical hours per week (approximately 3 eight-hour shifts per week) while in New Haven. Fellows are required to attend departmental faculty meetings and expected to participate in academic activities as time permits. Opportunities for moonlighting are available.