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Resident with stethoscopeThe Department of Emergency Medicine is dedicated to training emergency physicians in all aspects of our specialty, including specialized emergency care and clinical and basic research.

The array of multidisciplinary courses and clinical settings at Penn Medicine are almost limitless, and rich with faculty committed to the educational mission and to excellence in their field.

The Department offers tailored research training to students, residents, nurses, and fellows. Over the past five years, we have designed tailored non-accredited fellowships that have successfully launched post-MD fellows into academic careers, or students into residency positions. With special arrangements and based on funding, unique fellowships have been offered in clinical medicine and in basic science research with an opportunity to enter a PhD program. Fellowships can be individualized to include training in trauma, travel medicine, clinical epidemiology, and many other areas. Topics and areas have varied depending on interest.

Every year we accept fellows to our Ultrasound and Hyperbaric Fellowship training programs. In addition, we are affiliated with the Delaware Valley Toxicology Fellowship, the CHOP Fellowship program in Pediatric Emergency Medicine and the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program.

  • Hyperbaric Medicine

    The University of Pennsylvania Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine Fellowship is designed to provide licensed physicians the opportunity to be educated and trained in the theory and practice of diving and hyperbaric medicine.

  • Ultrasound

    The goals of EUS fellowship training are at least threefold.

  • Emergency Medicine Policy Research

    CECPR has three different fellowship opportunities: Two year fellowship in association with the MSHP program, Summer Medical Student Fellowship, and “Year-out” Medical Student Fellowship.

  • Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program

    The Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars program in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania provides training in health policy and community.

  • EM Administrative Fellowship

    Post-residency Emergency Medicine trained physicians who aspire to administrative and operational leadership positions in academic or private practice.

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