The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship offers a three-year program for Pediatrics-trained applicants and a two-year program for Emergency Medicine -trained applicants. The program is ACGME accredited. We offer core rotations in our own high-volume, high-acuity department, as well as required rotations in Adult Emergency Medicine, Trauma, Child Abuse, Critical Care, Ultrasound, and Transport Medicine.
St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children is a free-standing tertiary care children’s hospital located in urban North Philadelphia. It serves as a Level 1 Pediatric Trauma center as well as the regional Pediatric Burn Center. The Emergency Department is a high-volume, high-acuity academic department featuring fascinating pathology, a dynamic teaching environment, and excellent patient care.
The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship trains excellent clinicians, educators, and researchers in a dynamic clinical and teaching environment. We serve an underserved patient population in a high-volume, high-acuity department as part of a full-scale tertiary care free-standing children’s hospital. All fellows gain knowledge and experience in core concepts of pediatric emergency medicine as well as experience in completing quality improvement and scholarly projects.
|Program Accreditation ID#||3244132061|
|Program Size||9 total fellows|
|Program Location||Philadelphia, PA|
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship
Program Interviews with Dr. Evan Weiner and Dr. Zach Kassutto
Tertiary care free-standing Children’s Hospital located in North Philadelphia. Level 1 trauma center as well as regional burn center. All pediatric subspecialties are available. The hospital supports a busy ICU with ECMO capability. The ED also has an active critical care transport team.
Successful completion of either a residency in General Pediatrics or Emergency Medicine.
How to Apply
Please use the Electronic Residency Application Service® (ERAS®) to apply.
Application Deadline: July 1 - September 1
Interview Timeframe: September 1 - November 15
Matching: December NRMP
Program Start Date: July 1