Prog Fellowship Position
Henry Ford Health System
Length of Fellowship:
Competitive + benefits
CME, Travel funds available, book allowance
Number of Clinical Hours:
5-8 shifts/month OR 10-16 hours per week
Fellow will assist with the resident ultrasound elective, and ultrasound education of nurses, physician assistants, residents, medical students, and senior staff. Will participate in ongoing research projects, complete required scan shifts and participate in process improvement sessions. The fellow will also be responsible for the 4th year Medical Student Ultrasound Rotation in the Emergency Department.
Participate as an instructor during formal courses through the HFH Ultrasound University
Number of Sites
Fellow will work only at the Henry Ford Hospital main campus in Detroit, MI.
Number of Positions per year:
TEE training with the department of Anesthesia
Developing curricula and teaching Critical Care fellows
Developing curricula and active involvement in undergraduate medical ultrasound education at Wayne State University School of Medicine - First pioneered by Dr Scott Dulchavsky, in 2006, Chair Dept. of Surgery at HFH.
Rotation in the vascular Lab for advanced training
Multiple research opportunities with strong departmental support
Participate in formal courses through the henryfordultrasounduniversity.com
International Critical care US course and other courses sponsored throughout the year by the Henry Ford Hospital Ultrasound University, and the International Bronchoscopy US course. Will have opportunities to participate in NASA research projects under the leadership of Scott A. Dulchavsky MD, PhD
Moonlighting opportunities at the main campus or HFHS satellite hospitals upon approval by fellowship director.
Time spent with Fellowship Director, core ultrasound faculty, and additional US experience in MSK, echocardiography, and the vascular lab at HFHS. Multiple teaching opportunities at the Wayne State University School of Medicine. Learning about curriculm development. Fellows will also have the opportunity to complete the ACEP Emergency Basic Research Skills Course (EMBRS).
TEE training with critical care anesthesiologists
Deadline for fellowship application: