Univ. of Ca., San Diego/Rady Children's Hospital (Peds US)

Program Description

Type of Program

Pediatric Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship

Year Fellowship Started:

2016

Ultrasound Program Status

The Pediatric Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship is under the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of California, San Diego.

Number of Ultrasound Faculty:

8

Notable Faculty

Department of Pediatrics

Atim Uya, M.D.
Director, Pediatric Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship

Kathleen Smith, M.D.
Associate Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship

Mylinh Nguyen, M.D.
Co-assistant director, Pediatric Emergency Ultrasound Program

Kathryn Pade, M.D.
Co-assistant director, Pediatric Emergency Ultrasound Program



Other Faculty from the Department of Emergency Medicine:

Colleen Campbell M.D. RDMS
Amir Aminlari, M.D.
Anthony Medak, M.D.
Asia Takeuchi, M.D.

Ultrasound Fellowship Education

The goal of the fellowship is to train leaders in Point-of Care Ultrasound with advanced knowledge and experience in ultrasound education, research and administration. Program graduates will be provided with the tools and expertise necessary to assume Pediatric Point-of Care Ultrasound leadership positions. This main goal is to be achieved through training in 3 areas:

Didactic Education: Provide advanced education in emergency ultrasound through hands-on and interactive, didactic educational opportunities. Rady Children’s Hospital has an annual census of approximately 80,000. This volume provides a large diversity of pathology for a unique educational experience. The fellow will also rotate through the university of California- San Diego medical centers where they will receive training in adult-specific applications.

Research: Provide opportunities for further research in new and established ultrasound applications.

Administration: Gain special expertise to teach and oversee administrative aspects of Point-of Care Ultrasound within the practice of emergency medicine.


More details upon request.

Do you bill for ultrasounds?

Not presently

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

Case-dependent

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