Specialty: Acute Care Multispecialty: Trauma Critical Care, Medical Critical Care, Hospitalist, Emergency Medicine, CT Surgery, Hospice/Palliative Care
PO Box 32861
Charlotte NC 28232-2861
Medical Director: Dr. Michael Ruhlen
Program Director: Cragin Greene PA-C, Britney Broyhill DNP
PA fellowship co-director, PA-C
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Carolinas Medical Center is the areas level I trauma center, transplant and regional referral center offering a breadth of complex surgical and medical cases and the experience of a lifetime during this post graduate training program. The acute care fellowship tracks are 12 months in length and include: Medical Critical Care, Trauma/Surgical Critical Care, Hospitalist, Emergency Medicine, CT Surgery and Palliative Care. Please visit our website for more information.
34 per cohort, variable size in each specialty track
Semiannual start dates, April and October
Carolinas HealthCare System
Applications for April start due October 1st
Applications for October start due April 1st
Interviews to be performed approximately 5-6 weeks after application deadline. Offer letters to be sent approximately 2 months after application deadline. Confirmation of acceptance by the applicant approximately 10 weeks after application deadline.
Completion of master’s level graduate degree is required prior to the start of the fellowship program (You may apply prior to graduation.) Must have a national board certification as a PA and be eligible for licensure as a PA in North Carolina. The PA should be highly motivated, dedicated, demonstrate stress management skills, poise and confidence, possess a passion of the profession, be able to adapt to an ever changing environment, and be able to work within a multi-professional team.
Certificate of completion