Kendall Regional Medical Center

Program Description

Type of Program

Welcome to the Kendall Regional Medical Center (KRMC) Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Page. Our hospital has recently changed its name to HCA Florida Kendall Hospital.

The KRMC Fellowship in Emergency Ultrasound is a one-year program. KRMC is an academic community hospital located in Miami, Florida. It is a busy Level I Trauma Center and Burn Center and in addition holds Comprehensive Stroke and Chest Pain Center designations, treating more than 90,000 patients annually. Emergency Ultrasound is an integral aspect of Emergency Medicine at KRMC.

We have a three-year Emergency Medicine residency program and a dedicated faculty with additional fellowship training in a variety of specialties, including Pediatrics, EMS, Simulation and International Medicine.

We welcome your interest in our new program and please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions.

Year Fellowship Started:

July 2020.

Ultrasound Program Status


Number of Ultrasound Faculty:


Notable Faculty

Nicole Aviles, MD, FACEP
Emilio G. Volz, MD. FACEP, FAAEM
Moises Moreno, DO. FACOEP, FACEP
Nicholas Rosende, MD.
Jose Batista, MD.

Ultrasound Fellowship Education

This fellowship started in July 2020. Fellows will undertake a year-long curriculum based on ACEP recommendations to achieve expertise in Emergency Ultrasound. The objective of the fellowship is to provide fellows with all the skills needed to excel not only as Emergency Ultrasound directors but also as leaders in the Emergency Ultrasound community. Fellows will participate in additional ultrasound courses and workshops throughout their fellowship.

Do you bill for ultrasounds?


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

Depends on the study performed

Other Information