Emergency Medicine Health Policy Fellowship

Emergency Medicine Health Policy Fellowship

There is no greater place in the country to learn health policy than in the city where policy is made, regulations are set, and major research is accomplished. The MedStar Emergency Medicine Health Policy Fellowship is a unique program focused on three main pillars: policy education, policy experience, and clinical work. We offer both a one-year and two-year option for the fellowship.

Policy Education

The two-year fellowship offers a Master in Policy Management (MPM) from Georgetown University's McCourt School of Public Policy. The McCourt School offers world-renowned graduate programs with distinguished faculty who have extensive experience in Washington policy making. Those who have already received graduate level training in public policy or public health (i.e. MPP, MPH) are eligible for the one-year option which will focus on policy experience and clinical work.

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Board eligible or board certified in emergency medicine by American Board of Emergency Medicine.

How To Apply:

Applications are reviewed and considered on a rolling basis. The final deadline is November 1.

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Letter of Interest:
    • For those applying to the two-year fellowship, the letter of interest must include a statement of interest for the McCourt School (maximum 500 words. The essay should explain what unique abilities you would bring to the program and how obtaining this degree will contribute to attaining your personal and professional goals. In addition, the statement should specify why you want to pursue your degree at the McCourt School and how that relates to your career.
    • Those with prior graduate level training in public policy or public health who are pursuing the one-year option should provide a letter of interest for the one-year program.
  • Three letters of recommendation (including one from the department chair or program director)
  • Undergraduate transcript (to be submitted to the McCourt School)

Please direct application questions and send applications to:

Elizabeth Gill
Health Policy Fellowship Coordinator
Phone: 202-877-4848
Email: [email protected]

Contact Information:

Philippa N. Soskin, MD, MPP, FACEP
Fellowship Director, Health Policy
Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine
Georgetown University School of Medicine
MedStar Georgetown University Hospital and MedStar Washington Hospital Center
[email protected]

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    Oct 13, 2021

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    Baltimore, Maryland

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