Overview of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship
Neonatology Fellowship Program
The Division of Neonatology at Oregon Health & Science University offers a three-year fellowship in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine (NPM), accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
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- Educational Curriculum
- Clinical Experiences
- Research Opportunities
- Teaching Opportunities
- Salary and Benefits
- How to Apply
- Meet Our Team
The overarching goal of fellowship training in NPM at OHSU is to provide an environment where trainees develop expertise in the clinical, research, and educational skills requisite to a successful career in academic neonatology. We are committed to individualizing the educational experiences to best meet the unique career goals of our fellows. Through a competency-based, needs driven curriculum, we utilize didactic teaching, experiential learning, and simulation-based training to achieve the learning objectives set forth by the American Board of Pediatrics for NPM fellowship training. Our fellows graduate with the ability to manage infants with complex neonatal pathophysiology, to communicate with cultural and ethical sensitivity, to understand interprofessional teamwork, and to critically evaluate medical evidence as related to improving neonatal outcomes. The opportunities in research provide comprehensive preparation for academic success and future contributions to the field of neonatology. Our program provides structured, guided experiences for the fellows to develop expertise in teaching the cognitive, technical, and behavioral skills essential in the practice of neonatology across disciplines.
Neonatologists from our division provide clinical coverage and medical leadership for the only Academic Medical Center level III Newborn Intensive Care Unit in Oregon. There are more than 50,000 deliveries a year in Oregon; our NICU also cares for patients from Washington, Idaho, Montana, California, and Alaska, ensuring that fellows are involved in the care of many of the newborns requiring specialty care in the region. We appreciate your interest in our program and invite you to learn more through this website.
For more information about the Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Fellowship, please contact the program coordinator at 503-494-2194.