The UC San Diego Wilderness Medicine Fellowship is a one year clinical and educational experience. The goals of the fellowship are to provide physicians with knowledge, formal training, and clinical skills in Wilderness Medicine.
Each fellow will be expected to further their knowledge by performing original research, educating other physicians and medical students, and serving as a medical resource for outdoor organizations. Fellows will attend and present at local, national, and international conferences, gaining experience to become educators in Wilderness Medicine. There is a core curriculum; however, the fellow’s specific areas of interest will dictate their research and clinical activities. Wilderness Medicine is a multidisciplinary specialty incorporating disaster medicine, toxicology, hyperbaric medicine, ultrasound; all of which are established fellowships in the Department of Emergency Medicine at UC San Diego. The Wilderness Medicine fellow will work closely with experts in each of these fields.
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Fellows must be board-eligible in emergency medicine. Although the primary training site is UC San Diego Health, rotations are also offered at Rady Children’s Hospital, Veterans Administration Medical Center, San Diego, and El Centro Regional Medical Center.
Recruitment for the following academic year opens in May and applications will be accepted through the end of business day on September 15. Interviews will be scheduled with candidates in October. The Wilderness Medicine Fellowship Program has a Match Notification date of November 1st.
Please contact the fellowship director:
Christanne Coffey, MD
UCSD Medical Center
200 W. Arbor Dr. #8676
San Diego, CA 92103
Maeve-Anne (Mae) Malong
May 06, 2022
La Jolla, California