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Mayo Clinic School of Health Science NP/PA Hematology Fellowship

Mayo Clinic School of Health Science NP/PA Hematology Fellowship: Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences is dedicated to educating providers who excel in academic achievement to provide the best care possible for their patients. Our programs provide an exemplary education and specialized training at the nation’s premier academic medical center. Mayo Clinic has been training students to become successful allied health professionals for more than 100 years. Facilities: Mayo Clinic’s campus in Rochester, Minnesota, includes an extensive outpatient complex, Mayo Clinic Hospital — Rochester, and substantial research and education facilities. This Mayo Clinic site is among the largest, most advanced medical centers in the world. NP/PA Hematology Fellowship: Program Director: Yi Lisa Hwa, APRN, CNP, DNP (hwa.yi@mayo.edu) Assistant Program Director: Jessica Shelly, APRN, CNP (shelly.jessica@mayo.edu) Medical Director: Dr. Ariela Marshall, M.D. Stipend: Competitive stipend + Mayo Clinic benefit package including coverage options for spouse/dependents. Paid vacation time and CME also included. Program Length: 12 months Class size: Up to 2 fellows per year (August start date) Curriculum: The Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant Hematology Fellowship prepares NP and PA graduates to become skilled, compassionate and confident providers in the hematology specialty. Didactic responsibilities include but are not limited to; required readings, online learning modules, skills training at the Mayo Clinic Multidisciplinary Simulation Center, Grand Rounds, journal clubs presentations and educational conferences. A five-week hematology lecture series at the Mayo Clinic School of Medicine is also required. Clinical rotations include but are not limited to; Hematology inpatient service, Hematology hospital-based outpatient, Hematology diagnostic clinic, Leukemia and myelodysplastic syndrome, Lymphoma and chronic lymphocytic leukemia, Dysproteinemia, Benign hematology and coagulation, Blood and marrow transplant, Transfusion medicine, Palliative care, Hematopathology, Radiation oncology, Infectious disease, and Hospital internal medicine. For more information regarding admission criteria and application process please visit our website: http://www.mayo.edu/mayo-clinic-school-of-health-sciences/careers/nurse-practitioner/nurse-practitioner-or-physician-assistant-hematology-fellowship-minnesota     Share...

Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences NP/PA Urology Fellowship

Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences NP/PA Urology Fellowship: Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences is dedicated to educating providers who excel in academic achievement to provide the best care possible for their patients. Our programs provide an exemplary education and specialized training at the nation’s premier academic medical center. Mayo Clinic has been training students to become successful allied health professionals for more than 100 years. Facilities: Mayo Clinic’s campus in Rochester, Minnesota, includes an extensive outpatient complex, Mayo Clinic Hospital — Rochester, and substantial research and education facilities. This Mayo Clinic site is among the largest, most advanced medical centers in the world. NP/PA Urology Fellowship: Program Director: Michelle M. Bouquet, PA-C (bouquet.michelle@mayo.edu) Medical Director: Dr. Robert McLaren, M.D. Stipend: Competitive stipend + Mayo Clinic benefit package including coverage options for spouse/dependents. Paid vacation time and CME also included. Program Length: 12 months Class size: Up to 2 fellows per year (March and September start dates) Curriculum: The Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant Urology Fellowship prepares individuals to become skilled, compassionate and professional providers within urology.  Didactic responsibilities include but are not limited to; required readings, lessons, modules, Grand Rounds and educational conferences. Clinical rotations include but are not limited to; General Urology, Endourology, Urologic Oncology, Female Urology, Neurourology, Men’s Health, and Pediatric Urology. The fellow will also complete mentored cystoscopy training throughout the program. For more information regarding our admission criteria and application process please visit our website: http://www.mayo.edu/mayo-clinic-school-of-health-sciences/careers/nurse-practitioner/nurse-practitioner-or-physician-assistant-urology-fellowship-minnesota Share...

Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences NP/PA Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Fellowship

Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences NP/PA Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Fellowship: Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences is dedicated to educating providers who excel in academic achievement to provide the best care possible for their patients. Our programs provide an exemplary education and specialized training at the nation’s premier academic medical center. Mayo Clinic has been training students to become successful allied health professionals for more than 100 years. Facilities: Mayo Clinic’s campus in Rochester, Minnesota, includes an extensive outpatient complex, Mayo Clinic Hospital — Rochester, and substantial research and education facilities. This Mayo Clinic site is among the largest, most advanced medical centers in the world. NP/PA Emergency Medicine Fellowship: Program Director: Victoria Clemens, PA-C (clemens.victoria@mayo.edu) Associate Program Director: Matthew Dunn, APRN, MSN, CNP (dunn.matthew@mayo.edu) Medical Director: Dr. Alex Beuning, M.D. Stipend: Competitive stipend + Mayo Clinic benefit package including coverage options for spouse/dependents. Paid vacation time and CME also included. Program Length: 18 months Class size: Up to 5 fellows every six months (March and September start dates) Curriculum: The Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant Emergency Medicine Fellowship prepares individuals for professional practice in emergent care unit settings. Didactic responsibilities include but are not limited to; lectures, online modules, Multidisciplinary Simulation Center activities, Grand Rounds and educational conferences. Clinical rotations include but are not limited to; Emergency Medicine, ICU, Anesthesia, Ophthalmology, ENT, Orthopedics, Radiology, EM Ultrasound, Trauma, and Elective rotations. For details regarding admission criteria and application process please visit our website: http://www.mayo.edu/mayo-clinic-school-of-health-sciences/careers/nurse-practitioner/nurse-practitioner-or-physician-assistant-emergency-medicine-fellowship-minnesota NP/PA Critical Care Fellowship: Program Directors: Robert Wiegand, PA-C, Co-Director (wiegand.robert@mayo.edu) Joshua Fenske, APRN, CNP, DNP, Co-Director (Fenske.joshua@mayo.edu) Medical Director: Dr. Daniel Brown, M.D. Stipend: Competitive stipend + Mayo Clinic benefit package including coverage options for spouse/dependents. Paid vacation time and CME also included. Program Length: 12 months Class size: Up to 2 fellows per year (September start date) Curriculum: The Nurse...

Capital Health Systems, Hopewell Physician Assistant Fellowship in Acute Care Surgery

PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT FELLOWSHIP IN ACUTE CARE SURGERY AT CAPITAL HEALTH 1. Name of Program:   Surgical Trauma and Acute Resuscitative Service (STARS) 2. Specialty:    Acute Care Surgery 3. Program Address:   Capital Health Systems, Hopewell 2 Capital Way, Suite 356 Pennington, New Jersey 08534 4. Program Phone Number:  (609) 537-6000 5. Program Fax Number:  (609) 537-6002 6. Program Site URL:   Not Applicable 7. Program Medical Director:  Michael Kalina, DO, FACOS, FACS 8. Program Co-Director:  Rachel Kirkpatrick, PA 9. Program Co-Director Email: rkirkpatrick@capitalhealth.org 10. Program Co-Director:  Shaun Foley, PA 11. Program Co-Director Email: sfoley@capitalhealth.org 12. Primary Contact Name:  Michael Kalina, DO, FACOS, FACS 13. Primary Contact Title:  Medical Director of Acute Care Surgery 14. Primary Contact Phone:  (609) 537-6000 15. Primary Contact Email:  mkalina@capitalhealth.org 16. Program Coordinator:  Leslie Goldsmith, RN 17. Program Coordinator Email: lgoldsmith@capitalhealth.org 18. Program History and Description: History: The Surgical Trauma and Acute Resuscitative Service (STARS) was created by Dr. Michael Kalina, DO, FACOS, FACS.  As the Medical Director of Acute Care Surgery at Capital Health in Pennington, New Jersey, Dr. Kalina integrated the STARS into the Section of Acute Care Surgery, within the Department of Surgery at Capital Health.  The STARS was designed by Dr. Kalina to implement the principles of Acute Care Surgery into the daily care of critically ill surgical, emergency general surgery, elective general surgery, trauma, and acute resuscitative patients.  The STARS integrates physician assistants, advanced nurse practitioners, allied health practitioners, and Acute Care Surgeons into a multidisciplinary Acute Care Surgery model of patient care. Description: The Surgical Trauma and Acute Resuscitative Service (STARS) is a multidisciplinary team with specific membership criteria that provides coverage of emergency general surgery, trauma, surgical critical care, and acute resuscitative patients with acute surgical disease at Capital Health Systems, Hopewell.  As the Medical Director of Acute Care Surgery, Dr. Michael Kalina, DO, FACOS, FACS, has direct oversight and approval...

Kaweah Delta Medical Center Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant Fellowship Program

Kaweah Delta Medical Center Emergency  Medicine Physician Assistant Fellowship Program 400 West Mineral King Ave. Visalia, CA 559-624-2830 reneeclark@cep.com Program Description The Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant (EMPA) Fellowship at Kaweah Delta Medical Center (KDMC) is a 14-month intensive Post-graduate Training Program for Certified Physician Assistants in the specialty of Emergency Medicine. It offers PAs interested in advanced EM education and training the chance to learn in a structured and organized didactic and clinical environment. Mission Statement Kaweah Delta Medical Center provides central California with well trained and compassionate EM PAs. With a focus on clinical excellence, provider wellness and longevity, as well as the development of leadership qualities that will make graduates future leaders in their field. Program Overview The EMPA fellowship is a 14-month full-time paid fellowship, with 4 hours of weekly formal didactic sessions. Extensive Clinical Education and close supervision by CVVPA certified PAs and BC/BE EM physicians. Curriculum will include introduction to Emergency Medicine, Critical Care, Trauma Surgery, Emergency Ultrasound, Pediatrics with OB/GYN Cross Board, Mental Health and Intake Rotation. Program also includes access to KDMC Medical Library and Clinical Key, SIM Lab, and QI/QA monthly meeting. Financial Information Stipend $45,000 annually CEP Benefits: Health, 401K, Paid Time Off Credentials Awarded Upon successful completion of all the requirements at the end of fourteen months, the graduate will be awarded a certificate of completion, with opportunities available for CME. Program Goals The Fellow will gain the skill and knowledge needed to: Rapidly evaluate the emergent and non-emergent patient Develop and initiate a treatment plan Organize and record pertinent data Understand the role of the PA and the supervising Physician in the ED Display professional leadership and management skills through the daily exercise of ethical decision making in the ED Realize the multiple aspects of Emergency Medicine including: ED organization, administration, academics, research, and continuous quality improvement Understand...

NYU Langone Postgraduate Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant Fellowship

NYU Langone Postgraduate Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant Fellowship  NYU Langone EMPA Fellowship 545 First Avenue, Greenberg Hall SC2 202 New York, NY 10016 http://www.med.nyu.edu/emergency/education/PA-Fellowship   Program Director: Jennifer M. Spisak, MHA, MPAS, PA-C nyuempafellow@nyumc.org   The NYU Langone Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant (EMPA) Fellowship is an 18-month program located in the heart of New York City at the world-renowned NYU Langone Medical Center. The Fellowship is designed to expand and refine the specialized skills and clinical expertise necessary for PAs to perform in a fast-paced, high-acuity Emergency Department. Our mission is to prepare the best and brightest PA professionals to excel in the field of Emergency Medicine. At the NYU Langone Medical Center, your education will include both clinical and didactic instruction, with additional emphasis on trauma, stroke, cardiology, pediatrics, and observation medicine. The academic environment at NYU Langone extends to all five boroughs of NYC, creating a rich and diverse experience for each learner. In addition to our academic medical center located in Manhattan, you will also participate in trauma care at NYU Lutheran and experience a community hospital setting at NYU Langone Cobble Hill, both located in Brooklyn. Alongside your clinical experience, you will have access to incredible resources that will individualize and supplement your learning. NYU Langone is proud to offer daily grand rounds given by respected leaders in their specialty; our library system ensures instant access to the latest and best of medical literature; and our state-of-the-art simulation facility, NYSIM, provides cutting-edge skills training and practice. With access to the vast NYU Langone hospital system and its resources, your opportunities are endless. New York City is unlike any other city in the world. It is a dynamic melting pot of many cultures and people. We encourage our Fellows to explore this incredible and exciting place and to take advantage of the infinite opportunities that await...

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