Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship

Program Director: Andrew Shedd, MD
“The first ACEP Clinical Ultrasound Accreditation Program (CUAP) Accredited emergency department in Texas, and one of the first eight in the United States”

Overview:

IES and the department of emergency medicine at JPS Hospital are excited to offer a 1-year fellowship in emergency ultrasound. This program will give the fellow a robust and thorough education in emergency ultrasound and its clinical applications, as well as the administrative and teaching experiences required to have a successful career in emergency ultrasound.

Educational Components:

The fellow will gain experience with emergency department adult applications of point-of-care ultrasound in both medical and trauma patients, as well as regional anesthesia, critical care, advanced echocardiography, and pediatric applications. The fellow will gain experience in ultrasound program administration by working directly with the ultrasound director in the administrative processes. The fellow will develop their own teaching curriculum over the course of the fellowship, and by the end of the fellowship will be able to direct the case review and QA process.

Program Benefits:

  • Competitive salary through experience as an ED attending in a county academic emergency department with EM residents
  • Personal computer, if needed
  • Outside teaching opportunities
  • TCEP
  • Paid attendance at ACEP Ultrasound Management Course

For more information contact:

Jennifer Bullard, Recruiter
jbullard@ies.healthcare | (c) 214.794.9065 | (p) 469.420.5503

Stephen Fish, Recruiter
sfish@ies.healthcare | (c) 972.697.5273 | (p) 469.420.5505

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