Emergency Medicine | Fellowship | Clinical Activities
Washington University is an ideal place to gain clinical experience. The Division of Emergency Medicine, as part of the Department of Pediatrics at the Washington University School of Medicine, is based at St. Louis Children's Hospital (SLCH).
St. Louis Children's Hospital's Emergency Department is a Pediatric Level 1 Trauma Center. We receive approximately 58,000 visits annually. As a leader in ouchless pain management and sedation, every effort is taken to make children as comfortable as possible while being treated.
The division is comprised of 17 board certified physicians in pediatric emergency, 8 fellows, 12 pediatric nurse practitioners, 70 nurses, and pediatric and emergency medicine residents of all levels.
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Our fellows rotate through multiple services and departments at St. Louis Children's Hospital and Barnes-Jewish Hospital at the Washington University School of Medicine.
CURRICULUM EXAMPLE: “STANDARD” Paths
*Order of rotations may be individualized*
NOTE: Core Pediatric Residency Graduates COMPLETED a Residency in Pediatrics; Core Emergency Medicine Residency Graduates COMPLETED a Residency in General Emergency Medicine
- Each block = 1 month
- One of the electives must include participation in 10 vaginal deliveries (or simulations)
Pediatric Residency Graduates
Emergency Medicine Residency Graduates
* Vacation = 4 weeks per year, maximum of 2 weeks at a time to be taken during PEM months
The bulk of fellows’ clinical time is spent working in the SLCH Emergency Department with the PEM faculty and our outstanding nursing and support staff. In addition to the required clinical rotations, elective time may be spent in any subspecialty at St. Louis Children’s Hospital or Barnes-Jewish Hospital. Fellows may also participation in international or other “away” rotations with the Program Director’s approval.