Cohen Childrens Medical Center

Fellowship Program

Length of Fellowship:

1 year


To be discussed upon inquiry.

Additional Funds

To be discussed upon inquiry.

Number of Clinical Hours:

18-20 Clinical Hours per week in the Pediatric Emergency Department or Pediatric Urgi Center at CCMC

Other Duties

During their ultrasound time, the fellow will supervise PEM fellows, pediatric residents, and emergency medicine residents as they use PoCUS in the ED, as well as in various inpatient settings.

Fellows will have weekly scan shifts during which they will learn how to effectively and accurately acquire and interpret ultrasound images at the bedside. These sessions will be guided by the PEM PoCUS faculty, with the goal to slowly increase independent scanning as the fellow's skills improve.

Fellows will attend weekly tape review, at which quality assessment of ultrasound skills and study documentation will be assessed. They will also participate in didactic and hands-on tutorial sessions covering all aspects of pediatric emergency ultrasound.

Number of Sites

Primary Site: Cohen Children's Medical Center, New Hyde Park, NY

Additional Educational Centers:

North Shore University Hospital (NSUH) in Manhasset, NY, Long Island Jewish Medical Center (LIJ) in New Hyde Park, NY,

Number of Positions per year:


Additional Opportunities

Pediatric Radiology

Educational Experience

The pediatric emergency ultrasound fellow will have the opportunity to conceptualization and design an academic project. If appropriate, this will include submission to the CCMC, and/or LIJ and North Shore University Hospital Institutional Review Board. For research projects, data collection will begin during the course of the fellowship. The ultimate goal is to submitted this work as first author to the an appropriate conference for presentation: AAP, PAS, ACEP, SAEM, P2, or AIUM.

Deadline for fellowship application:

Presently Accepting Applications

Fellows chosen:

After all applications and applicants have been reviewed.