Wayne State University

Program Description

Type of Program

Welcome! Our program is based at Wayne State University School of Medicine nestled in the heart of Detroit. We are affiliated with Detroit Receiving, Sinai-Grace and St. John hospitals. All 3 are major academic institutions with EM residencies (over 120 residents total) and annual total volume of over 300k patients.

Year Fellowship Started:

2013

Ultrasound Program Status

Division within the Department of Emergency Medicine

Number of Ultrasound Faculty:

2 Co-Directors, 3 Assistant Directors, 1 Research Director, 1 Division Chair and 2 Faculty

Notable Faculty

Leonard Bunting MD - Co-Fellowship Director
Ashley Sullivan MD - Co-Fellowship Director
Mark Favot MD RDMS RDCS - EUS Division Chair
Robert Ehrman MD - Research Director
Eugene Rozen MD - Assistant Director
Jeremy Wellwarth DO - Assistant Director
Luda Khait MD - Assistant Director
Tony Boufard MD - MSK Ultrasound Faculty
Bonnie Tatoris - Ultrasound Faculty

Ultrasound Fellowship Education

Our program was created to give the best education, teaching, research and clinical opportunities to our fellows. It is comprehensive and flexible to ensure it meets individual needs.

-QA and education with a core ultrasound faculty member weekly. Includes reading review, image review and online meeting with all faculty.
-Resident teaching sessions weekly
-Article review / journal club weekly
-Established relationship with off services for additional exposure and fine tuning including MSK, transvaginal, TEE, strain echo and more
-Pediatric experience enhanced through our relationship with Childrens Hospital of Michigan

Do you bill for ultrasounds?

Yes - at all sites

Do you require follow up imaging for patients who get ultrasounds?

No

Other Information

Fellows do 7-9 shifts per month. Fellows choose one academic site for their clinical duties.

Fellows are compensated >$125K with benefits including medical, malpractice, CME and more.
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