University of Michigan

Fellowship Program

Length of Fellowship:

One year

Salary:

$100,000 and benefits package

Additional Funds

$5,000 CME budget
$2,600 Research Stipend

Number of Clinical Hours:

Eight 8-hour clinical shifts per month

Other Duties

See Program Description

Number of Sites

Fellows will work predominantly at the University of Michigan Hospital, but have the option of working clinically at Hurley Hospital as well. They may also have an opportunity to work at the Ann Arbor VA Hospital.

Program sites:
University of Michigan Hospital at Michigan Medicine

High-acuity, high-complexity patients with the support of top-tier specialists and facilities.The University of Michigan is a Level 1 adult and pediatric trauma and burn center. Our 86 bed Emergency Department has an annual volume over 85,000, as well as ten ICU-level beds in the Emergency Critical Care Center (EC3).

A state of the art Childrens Emergency Department opened in December 2011 as a part of the new Mott Childrens & Womens Hospital with a census over 50,000 per year.

Hurley Medical Center

A urban county hospital with 20% of the trauma patients at this Level 1 trauma center sustaining penetrating trauma. HMC has a strong commitment to the underserved and is an essential safety net for its community.

HMC features a new 76 bed Emergency Department with separate Pediatric Emergency Department along with observation and dedicated psychiatric areas. The annual census is above 100,000.

Number of Positions per year:

2

Additional Opportunities

Additionally moonlighting available at both at the University of Michigan Hospital and Hurley Medical Center.

Educational Experience

Our fellow's educational experience is primarily run by the ultrasound faculty within the department, as we feel strongly that the best way to learn the clinical applications of ultrasonography is from its use in emergency department patient care. However, there are opportunities that fellows have take advantage of in performing scans with obstetrics/gynecology, sports medicine, cardiology, and pediatrics radiology.

Deadline for fellowship application:

November 1st

Fellows chosen:

We participate in the NRMP match process facilitated through the EUS Fellowships website.