Vanderbilt Emergency Medicine

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Program Information

Our goal is to train outstanding physicians with a solid foundation in clinical care, teaching, and research. We expect our fellows to become leaders in the expanding global academic emergency medicine community. We approach this mission with enthusiasm, and we invite you to join us! The clinical and research curriculum are tailored to individual needs and goals of fellows, within the guidelines established by the ACGME. The clinical rotations are performed at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Vanderbilt University Hospital and the immediately adjacent Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Currently, we offer fellowship training programs for EMS, International Health, and Pediatric Emergency Medicine. Please click on the links to learn more about each program.
 

Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship

The Division of International Health offers a fellowship in international health for graduates of approved EM residency programs. The program for each fellow is designed based upon their interests and career goals. Fellows typically pursue a MPH as part of their program and have options to complete a tropical medicine diploma course. All fellows have the opportunity to spend several months a year abroad working on a variety of projects. Fellows are expected to conduct a research project during their fellow year and present the results at a national or international meeting. Click here for more information. 
 


  Who are our current pediatric fellows?
    The next one could be you!  
   
  • Evan Allie, MD
  • Caroline Watnick, MD
  • Rebecca Kidd, MD
  • Danielle Mercurio, DO
  • Ian Kane, MD
  • Lindsay Roofe, MD

Third year fellows - Ian Kane, MD and Lindsay Roofe, MD
 
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