Our Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship offers a unique experience for those who wish to specialize in Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound. We accept graduates from 3 or 4-year Emergency Medicine residencies. The fellowship allows advanced ultrasound scanning in the ED and Medical Intensive Care Unit. Furthermore, our program offers a comprehensive fellowship that allows fellows to get RDMS (Abdomen, OB/Gyn) and/or RDCS (Adult Echo) certified. Transesophageal Echocardiography (TEE) training is also available to fellows. Our division has a strong relationship with the school of medicine and has implemented a longitudinal Year 1 - 4 medical student ultrasound curriculum.
For additional information please contact our Fellowship Coordinator, Shelly Nelson, at SKNelson@llu.edu (909) 558-7698.