OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital and Randall Children's Hospital (RCH) at Legacy Emanuel are pleased to offer an ACGME accredited Fellowship in Pediatric Emergency Medicine. We are currently recruiting for our next PEM fellow who will begin in July. This partnership in post-graduate education unites both children's hospitals in Portland with a mission to educate our next generation of pediatric emergency physicians.
The Department of Emergency Medicine at OHSU supports additional fellowships in EMS, Toxicology, Research, Administration, Ultrasound and Education.
Clinical training is split across two state-of-the-art children's hospitals, offering fellows a mix of academic and community environments. Both RCH and OHSU are regional Level 1 Pediatric Trauma centers, serving a large catchment area including Oregon and Southwest Washington.
RCH is a large, busy, urban community hospital with a full spectrum of tertiary pediatric services and subspecialists. Its 9-story, freestanding children's hospital has 165 inpatient beds as well as houses a 22-bed Children's Emergency Department.
OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital is the regional academic and referral center and is affiliated with the OHSU School of Medicine. It serves as the research and academic base of the PEM fellowship, allowing fellows opportunities to teach medical trainees of all levels while taking care of a wide range of both common and complex medical conditions.
OHSU PED page: https://www.ohsu.edu/doernbecher/pediatric-emergency-care
Emergency medicine residency training occurs jointly at both institutions. The mix of environments is synergistic and offers learners a balanced training environment with unique clinical and academic perspectives.
Our mission is to provide an outstanding clinical, research, educational and administrative experience by leveraging strengths from two partnering institutions and committed faculty. We welcome your application for fellowship from either Emergency Medicine or Pediatric disciplines.