Emergency Medicine Fellowship
This fellowship is ideal for board eligible or board certified EM residency graduates with a strong interest in obtaining direct experience in all areas of emergency medicine administration. Fellows in the program will be appointed as clinical instructors at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Cardiovascular Fellowship develops leaders in Academic Emergency Medicine with expertise in the diagnosis and management of cardiovascular emergencies. This Fellowship program at Stanford University has been developed to offer a wide range of clinical, educational and research opportunities.
Emergency Medical Services
The Emergency Medical Services fellowship is a collaborative effort between Stanford University and the Santa Clara County EMS Agency. The strength of our fellowship is the participation of both institutions; which allows the fellow to explore many aspects of EMS and learn all the skills necessary to work within an EMS system.
The Stanford International Emergency Medicine Fellowship is a 1-year program with an optional 2nd year for obtaining an MPH that provides fellows with a wide range of experiences and opportunities. Fellows build the skills necessary to work in developing nations and participate in a variety of ongoing international health programs, helping them focus their future careers.
SEM and Population Health
The Stanford Social Emergency Medicine and Population Health Fellowship is a one-year program with an optional second year available for applicants interested in obtaining a Masters in Public Health or Health Services Research. Emergency Departments (EDs) are our healthcare system’s safety nets, for medical as well as social needs.
The Stanford Wilderness Medicine Fellowship is a one year program. The goals of the fellowship are to provide physicians with cognitive knowledge, formal training, and clinical skills in Wilderness Medicine. Each fellow will be expected to further their knowledge by performing original research, educating other physicians, and serving as a medical resource for outdoor organizations.