Nine ACGME-approved training positions; three per year of training.
The Memorial Tournament NICU has 99 beds and is a level IV unit with approximately 1,000 admissions per year.
The OSU NICU has 49 beds and is a Level III unit with a high-risk delivery service managed by Maternal-Fetal Medicine and has approximately 4500 deliveries per year with 900 NICU admissions.
Eleven 4-week blocks of dedicated NICU service time with in-house call averaging one in five nights over three years.
Four weeks of Perinatal Medicine working with OSU Maternal-Fetal Medicine Department.
Four weeks of dedicated Neonatal Cardiology service time with a focus on management of post-operative congenital heart disease patients.
Six weeks of dedicated Neonatal Follow-Up Clinic experience over three years.
Two weeks of Transport Service over three years.
One week of BPD service over three years.
Weekly and monthly conferences dedicated to Fellow education.
A wide range of academic opportunities are available, including: bench research, clinical research, translational research, quality improvement projects, development of education tools and curricula, and scholarly projects in ethics, and informatics.
Opportunity to pursue advanced degrees including a Master of Public Health through The Ohio State University.
Broad-based, departmentally supported core curriculum designed to meet ABP training requirements for pediatric subspecialties and wide array of teaching conferences and seminars focused on topics pertinent to NPM.
Funding for educational needs (books, journals, technology, and attendance to national meetings).