Length of Fellowship:
1 year- Please note you must be Board Eligible or Board Certified in Emergency Medicine
$154,000 (Half salary for half time attending position; we DO NOT pay as PGY-4 or 5)
7 weeks STO / CME
Number of Clinical Hours:
20 Clinical Hours per Week at the YH ED (not at satellite or non-teaching site unless requested)
- Minimum one IRB-approved research project
- Scanning shifts with Section faculty
- Medical student and resident education
- Two resident lectures at conference per year
Number of Sites
- WellSpan York Hospital
- WellSpan Gettysburg Hospital
Number of Positions per year:
Up to 2
- Echo lab (with techs)
- Radiology US (with techs)
- Allopathic or osteopathic medical school graduate
- Board certified/board eligible graduate of an ACGME or AOA accredited Emergency Medicine Residency
The deadline for fellowship application is December 1st. Interviews are scheduled on a rolling basis throughout the fall, with a fellow chosen by January 1st.
Interested applicants are encouraged to visit our fellowship page at eusfellowships.com, where applications can be submitted.
Alternatively, applicants are asked to submit a CV, two letters of recommendation, and a statement of interest to our Fellowship Director:
Thompson Kehrl, MD, RDMS, FACEP
Phone: (717) 851-5067
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