The Infant Complex Care Fellowship provides one year of post-residency training to pediatricians who wish to gain experience in caring for medically fragile infants in their future practice. This is an ideal experience for those not only planning to do private practice, but also hospital medicine, Pediatric Complex Care, Level 2 nursery and/or NICU follow-up, as well as a gap year before doing a Neonatology fellowship. Our previous fellows have all gotten excellent positions upon completing this training. The fellow will be an important team member in our Transitional Medical Home Program for medically fragile infants. Please circulate to your junior and senior residents who may be interested in applying. We are now accepting applications for July 2021, but welcome inquiries from those who may be interested in doing the fellowship starting in July 2022 as well.
For more information about the program, kindly visithttps://pediatrics.duke.edu/ed...
Questions, including fellowship curriculum or application, contact:
Jan 23, 2021
Durham, North Carolina