Cardiovascular Emergency Medicine Fellowship

The mission of the Stanford Emergency Medicine - Cardiovascular Fellowship is to develop leaders in Academic Emergency Medicine with expertise in the diagnosis and management of cardiovascular emergencies. In accordance with this mission, the Emergency Medicine - Cardiovascular Fellowship program at Stanford University has been developed to offer a wide range of clinical, educational and research opportunities. Upon completion of the year, fellows will have the skills necessary to pursue a career in Emergency Medicine with a special focus on cardiovascular emergencies. Fellows will go on to advance the field through clinical research, education, and serving as a resource for other organizations.

The program was inaugurated in July 2005. Our fellowship is the second Emergency Medicine - Cardiovascular Fellowship to be established in the United States. It combines the clinical experience of a leading academic Emergency Medicine Department and a nationally renowned Cardiovascular Medicine Division at Stanford University Hospital.

Contact Us

For any questions regarding the fellowship, please contact:

Donald Schreiber, MD
Clinical Professor
Director, Cardiovascular Fellowship
E-Mail: Donald Schreiber

Department of Emergency Medicine
Stanford University School of Medicine
Suite 350, 900 Welch Rd.
Palo Alto, CA 94304
t: (650) 498-5220
f: (650) 723-0121

Mission Statement

Our vision is to be at the forefront of emergency medical care by actively engaging our patients, community and healthcare system, while fostering a vibrant and balanced environment for our faculty and learners.

Our success is driven by the finest clinicians, researchers, and educators and their pursuit of state-of-the-art clinical care, transformative research, dynamic education, and compassionate service to our communities, at home and abroad.