WellSpan York Hospital

Program Description

Type of Program

1-year fellowship at a busy academic-community hospital with Level 1 trauma center. ED volume approximately 90,000 visits per year.

Year Fellowship Started:

2011

Ultrasound Program Status

Section within Department of Emergency Medicine

Number of Ultrasound Faculty:

6

Notable Faculty

We have six (that's right, SIX) full-time fellowship-trained faculty members in the Section of Emergency Ultrasound:

Mark Collin, MD
(Fellowship at York Hospital)

Khatijah Zahiruddin, DO
(Fellowship at University of Massachusetts)

D. Rob Rodgers, MD
(Former US director at PSU-Hershey)

Dan Kreider, MD
(Fellowship at Christiana Care Delaware)

Thompson Kehrl, MD, RDMS
(Fellowship at MetroHealth Medical Center)

Brent Becker, MD, RDMS
Research Director
(Fellowship at UC Irvine)


Part-time faculty:
Robert Stuntz, MD, RDMS
(Fellowship at York Hospital)

Matthew Stephens, MD
(Fellowship at York Hospital)

Ultrasound Fellowship Education

Dedicated scanning shifts with extensive dedicated bedside teaching from six full-time EUS faculty members, image review, journal club.

Do you bill for ultrasounds?

Yes

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

No

Other Information

Current and Past Fellows:

2020-2021
Alexandra Pizarro, DO
Residency: Memorial Hospital EMRP, York, PA/York Hospital EMRP

Thuyvi Luong, MD
Residency: York Hospital EMRP

2018-2019
Alan Johnson, MD
Residency: Brooklyn Hospital Center

2017-2018
Mark Collin, MD
Residency: York Hospital EMRP

2015-2016
Mark Gonzales, DO
Residency: York Hospital EMRP

Steven Kleinman, DO
Memorial Hospital EMRP, York, PA

2014-2015
Jeremy Hutchings, DO
Residency: York Hospital EMRP

Matthew Stephens, MD
Residency: York Hospital EMRP

2013-2014
Dell Simmons, MD
Residency: Parkland General
Critical Care Fellowship: R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, University of Maryland Medical System

Guy Youngblood, MD
Residency: York Hospital EMRP

2011-2012
Robert Stuntz, MD
Residency: York Hospital EMRP
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