The Department of Emergency Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital has a quarter of a century track record of providing top quality education to medical students, residents, and faculty. In 2011, we instituted two new fellowship training programs in International Emergency Medicine and Ultrasound.  These programs are offered to graduates of ACGME-approved Emergency Medicine residency programs. 

Through a rigorous and focused curriculum and under the guidance of experienced faculty, the fellow will attain expertise in their area of training through academic and clinical experiences.  In addition to their academic development, the fellow will also continue to hone the clinical skills that they attained during their residency through practice at both a university and a community hospital.

We invite you to explore our fellowships.

  • Ultrasound Fellowship - The educational goals of this fellowship begin with competence in all core applications of emergency ultrasound.
  • Medical Education Fellowship - This one-year fellowship is for graduating emergency medicine residents, geared for residents seeking advanced training in pedagogy and learning theory; instructional design; medical simulation; and patient safety and clinical quality. The goal is to prepare the fellow for a career as an educational leader in academic emergency medicine.
  • Telehealth Leadership Fellowship - Offered as either a one- or two-year program, Thomas Jefferson University is leading the nation’s adoption of telehealth with expansion in four key domains: outpatient care, transitions in care, inpatient care. Fellows will graduate as both telehealth researchers and program leaders.