The mission of Stanford’s Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship is to improve the care of children and adolescents who enter any emergency department by training outstanding clinicians, educators and scholars in the field of Pediatric Emergency Medicine who will … The Stanford Emergency Medicine Simulation Fellowship is a one-year program designed to allow fellows to develop the skills necessary to be leaders in Emergency Medicine Simulation. View a map of training sites, nearby hotels, and the Seattle area. The Program The pediatric emergency medicine fellowship at Arkansas Children’s Hospital is designed to train and prepare physicians for a successful career in the exciting field of pediatric emergency medicine. Program Director Bernard Dannenberg, MD shares pediatric EM best practices with the 14th DGINA Kongress in Berlin. Neonatal ICU - 0.5 block Pediatric Cardiovascular ICU - 0.5 block Elective* - 2 blocks Fellows can enjoy use of the extensive Stanford University educational and recreation facilities that include four pools, thirty tennis courts, three fitness centers, an indoor rock climbing facility and a championship golf course. Learn more about fellowships. The Fellowship’s purpose is to train future pediatric leaders in the importance of PIM expertise, techniques and practices. Class of 2023 and Instagram at Support teaching, research, and patient care. The awesome bay area weather serves as the ‘icing on the cake’. The urban population is extremely diverse, including many recent immigrants, and the Emergency Department treats all comers, regardless of ability to pay. Andrea Fang, MD Pediatric Clinics - 1 block Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program Situated in Silicon Valley, and surrounded by intellectual capital and innovation, Stanford is home to some of the world’s trailblazers in translational research and cutting-edge emergency medicine best practices. The Pediatric Emergency Department at Stanford Hospital cares for patient under 21 years of age and services Lucile Packard Children's Hospital. Phone: 650-725-9445 Vacation - 1 block, Pediatric Trained Fellows ERAS provides a list of the specialties and programs currently participating in ERAS. Please contact us at pem-fellowship@stanford.edu if you have questions about the above. Fellows in our programs can take advantage of teaching from more than 225 academic faculty and 350 clinical faculty. In December 2017, LPCH opened it’s brand new 521,000-square-foot children’s hospital with over 360 beds. The fellowship, Stanford GME, and Stanford Health Care is committed to drawing from a variety of backgrounds and life experience. Aneta Pariaszevski ). Research - 5 blocks Stanford Hospital and Clinics Program, Pediatrics (1991) Fellowships: University of Colorado (Children's Hospital Colorado) Program, Pediatric Emergency Medicine (1993) Languages: English Department: Pediatrics-Emergency Medicine 450 Broadway Street, Pavilion A Redwood City, CA 94063 Appointments: (800) 717-0012 Specialties. LPCH is the only children’s hospital in Northern California to be ranked in all ten pediatric specialties by U.S. News & World Report. There are approximately 3,000 trauma activations each year with a high proportion of pediatric traumas. Fellowship Program Goals Fellows in this training program will become recognized leaders in the field of developmental-behavioral pediatrics (DBP) based on their exceptional clinical skills, cutting-edge research contributions, outstanding education and training skills, and/or effective advocacy for … We are proud to train the next generation of pediatric emergency phsyicians. Currently, medicine supports my hobbies of being a dog mom, home renovation projects, and various forms of baking, including stress baking and procrasti-baking. The Stanford Pediatric Integrative Medicine Fellowship Program was created in July 2017 and welcomed its first fellow to the class of 2018-2019. Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Valley Children’s Hospital; Madera, CA, The Stanford University Medical Center is comprised of the. Stanford Pediatric Emergency Medicine is committed to research, innovation, and child-centered care that creates an atmosphere of comfort for our most vulnerable population. My family and I transplanted to the USA firstly to Florida where I did a Pediatric residency and then to California for fellowship. The Emergency Department is a Level 1 Trauma Center and a Burn Center, seeing more than 110,000 patients per year. The excellent road riding in the Bay area and the proximity to the Sierras is also pretty great for me! Pediatric Emergency Medicine - 3.5 blocks Elective - 0.5 block All pediatric sub-subspecialty including orthopedics, ophthalmology, radiology, otolaryngology, cardiology, A 1-week Scholarship Bootcamp in the fall by sponsored by the Fellows College, A faculty mentor with oversight by the fellowship director, research director, and scholarly activity meeting, Optional research and grant writing clubs each held twice a month to assist fellows develop their project, Didactics in principles of statistics, study design, evidence based medicine, Dedicated research blocks every year with additional time available if needed, The Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford, The Stanford University School of Medicine, Moving stipend: $3,000 (new hires and one-time only), American Academy of Pediatrics Membership & Monthly PREP E-Med subscription, MacBookAir or Dell Laptop (University property), Full heathcare insurance (medical/dental/vision), Lake Tahoe skiing and hiking areas (4 hours), Three letters of recommendation (including a letter from the current program director), Parts 1, 2 and 3 of the USMLE, taken within the seven-year time frame, or equivalent scores. Our  ACGME-approved fellows are focused on leading-edge research in pediatric emergency care. Research - 1 block To view participating programs in a specific specialty, click on the specialty name below. The Emergency Department at Valley Children’s is a 39-bed Level II Pediatric Trauma Center that sees 120,000+ patient visits annually. Pediatric Critical Care - 0.5 block This fellowship is a one-year, non-ACGME accredited training program that features a concurrent 1-year of clinical training on-site at Lucile Packard Children's Hosital (LPCH) Stanford campus with a two-year (1,000 hour plus 3 separate residential weeks) distance learning curriculum with the University of Arizona Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine (AZCIM). Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital  (LPCH). Pediatric Emergency Medicine - 5 blocks The goal is to master the ultrasound skills which are routinely obtained in a one year ultrasound fellowship over the three year PEM fellowship. Outside of medicine I race gravel and mountain bikes competitively so spend a lot of my free time on my bike training but also am an avid skier and love spending time outside with my dogs. The Pediatric Emergency Department cares for approximately 22,000 children and young adults annually, and provides 24-hour attending coverage. Vacation - 1 block, Emergency Medicine Trained Fellows There I received my bachelor's in Human Biology and master's in Education. Valley Children’s Hospital is a tertiary care center that serves the vast Central Valley region of California. It is designed to provide structure, but has flexibility to support an individual’s needs and interests. Stanford Department of Pediatrics & Stanford Children's Health Fellowship Training Opportunities Available in Many Clinical Subspecialties Our Pediatric Fellowship Programs by subspeciality provide outstanding training to prepare our fellows. Pediatrics Clinics - 1 block Lauren Cantwell, MD The fellowship in Pediatric Emergency Medicine was established in 2016, and is ACGME-accredited. Pediatric Cardiovascular ICU - 0.5 block Emergency department implementation of abbreviated magnetic resonance imaging for pediatric traumatic brain injury, Concussion Guidelines Step 2: Evidence for Subtype Classification. Administrative responsibilities include participation in continuous quality improvement issues, risk management, policymaking, and especially, the day-to-day operations of the Pediatric Emergency Medicine group. To reach a nurse regarding a patient, call 650-723-4411 (9am to 9pm). We welcome our newly-matched CU Anschutz pediatric emergency medicine fellows: Amy Alayari from Stanford Nithin Ravi from UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Daniel Lam from CU The Section of Pediatric Emergency Medicine's mission is to improve kids' health through providing high-quality patient care, education, research & advocacy. Each year consists of thirteen 4-week blocks, with a sample schedule below. Sean Curtis, MD Our pediatric ED is separate from our main ED, in a space we call an "ouchless ED." Email: Brenda Roth, 2020 Support teaching, research, and patient care. Connect with us on Twitter, Facebook  Fellows have unique opportunities to become educators, investigators, and administrators, with access to the support and resources of Stanford University, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, and the Department of Emergency Medicine. The deadline to submit applications is August 31. Fellowship, Boston Medical Center, Pediatric Emergency Medicine (2013) MD, Case Western Reserve University, Medicine (2004) BA, Miami University, Zoology (2000) Pediatric Critical Care - 1 block Pediatric Anesthesia - 1 block Emergency Medicine physicians participate in the Stanford Clinical Informatics Fellowship thanks to a collaborative effort between the Department of Emergency Medicine and the Stanford Clinical Informatics Fellowship programs. Ultrasound - 1 block Please also refer to the prospective residents page on the GME website for other questions, including information about visas or international medical school graduates. Housing will be provided and fellows will also have approximately two anesthesia shifts during the rotation. There, I spent much of my life basking in the salubrious climes of hilly Mandeville and savoring the flavorful cuisine while practicing medicine to the cool reggae vibe. Brenda J. Roth Pediatric Radiology at Stanford University School of Medicine is dedicated to providing innovative and compassionate imaging care for children. I grew up in the Bay Area as the daughter of refugees from Communist Poland. The Stanford Pediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM) Fellowship is the first PEM fellowship in Northern California to offer a combined ultrasound fellowship curriculum to interested candidates who seek dual certification in both PEM and Emergency Medicine Ultrasound.