Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship

Thank you for your interest in our program.  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 pass on their knowledge and care to others.  We offer fellows from both Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine residencies rigorous and diverse training.  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 fellowship in Pediatric Emergency Medicine was established in 2016, and is ACGME-accredited. It is designed to provide structure, but has flexibility to support an individual’s needs and interests.

We strive to offer unique opportunities, including:

The option to pursue a concurrent fellowship, supported by the Department of Emergency Medicine, in:

  • Ultrasound
  • Social Emergency Medicine

 

The option to pursue a master’s degree, with tuition support, starting your second year of fellowship, contingent upon:

  • Approval by the program director before application to ensure clinical time and scholarly work will not be compromised.
  • The fellow independently applies for the Master’s program during the first year of fellowship and is accepted by the winter/early spring.

 

Both the joint fellowship and master's degree option require a minimum three-year commitment and could extend to four years.

Please contact us at pem-fellowship@stanford.edu if you have questions about the above.


Commitment to Diversity

The fellowship, Stanford GME, and Stanford Health Care is committed to drawing from a variety of backgrounds and life experience. We achieve this goal by ensuring inclusion and representation of all individuals regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and physical ability.

There will be several recruitment receptions that the GME Diversity Committee, as well as the GME and Diversity leadership, will attend to meet and greet prospective applicants.  Details can be found in the GME Diversity website.  Fellows and faculty can participate in the GME Diversity Committee, Diversity and Inclusion social events, the Annual Diversity & Inclusion Forum, and the Leadership in Advancing Diversity (LEAD) program. 

Learn more about Stanford Medicine’s commitment to diversity.

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CONTACT US

Department of Emergency Medicine
900 Welch Road, Suite 350
Palo Alto, CA 94304

Main Line: 650-723-6576