Emergency Medicine Fellowship
The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital is designed to prepare physicians for an academic career in Pediatric Emergency Medicine.
Our program offers a challenging experience, allowing fellows to progressively acquire the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to provide excellent direct and supervisory emergency care to children.
Fellows are offered a broad experience in all facets of pediatric emergency medicine¸ including clinical care, teaching, research and administration. We accept graduates from both pediatric and emergency medicine residencies.
What You Need to Know
Nationwide Children’s Hospital has one of the busiest pediatric emergency departments in the country with over 90,000 visits per year, offering an outstanding clinical experience for trainees. We are a Level I Trauma Center, the first designated as such in the state of Ohio in 1991. We are also a verified Burn Center. We have a close relationship with our Child Advocacy Center and offer a four year combined Child Abuse/Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship. We lead one of the six national nodes of the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network. As a result, fellows are exposed to gold standard clinical research during their training.
Application & Selection
Applications for the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program must be submitted via the Electronic Residency Application Program (ERAS), which opens for participation in July of each year. Applicants may register at MyERAS and begin working on their applications in June. All required clinical education for entry into ACGME-accredited fellowship programs must be completed in an ACGME-accredited residency program in the United States, or in an RCPSC-accredited or CFPC-accredited residency program located in Canada. After a review of the completed applications, selected applicants will be invited to interview with us on-site.
- Common Application Form (CAF)
- USMLE scores
- Three letters of recommendation
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Personal statement
- ECFMG Status Report (if foreign medical graduate)
- J1 Visa (if non-resident)*
- Board eligible or board certified in Pediatrics
At the close of interview season, candidates will be ranked and the final selection will be submitted to the National Residency Match Program (NRMP). Residents being considered for a fellowship at our institution must also register with the NRMP. The results of the Match will be published in mid-December.
*NOTE: J1 Visas are the only visas accepted by our program.
Our services include a Level I Pediatric Trauma Center/Pediatric Emergency Department at our main campus in Columbus, a Pediatric Emergency Department in Lewis Center, and seven Urgent Care Centers throughout the Columbus metropolitan area.Learn More