Children's National Medical Center

Fellowship Program

Length of Fellowship:

1 year


Additional Funds

Number of Clinical Hours:

Other Duties

The EUS fellow will be involved in PEM fellow education, both in giving lectures as well as assisting with hands-on teaching in the emergency department during scanning shifts.
They will have numerous opportunities to teach medical students in structured sessions at George Washington University Medical School.
The fellow will be responsible for leading discussion at monthly POCUS journal club.

Number of Sites

1. Children's National Hospital
2. George Washington University Hospital

Number of Positions per year:


Additional Opportunities

The fellow will have abundant teaching opportunities, locally, regionally and internationally to teach varied groups of learners.
There are continuous opportunities to learn about the administrative aspects about POCUS especially credentialing, competency issues, quality assurance and work flows.

Educational Experience

The vast majority of scanning time is spent in the emergency department, with the exception of a highly regarded cardiology rotation (scanning in the echo lab with techs/cardiology fellows as well as reading with cardiology attendings). Other opportunities to learn with other specialists such as regional anesthesia and OB are available.

Deadline for fellowship application:

Fellows chosen: