The fellowship is a one-year program with the option to extend for two years for individuals who wish to pursue a Master’s in Public Health. The fellow will work clinically as a junior faculty member at Community Regional Medical Center (CRMC).
Located in California’s San Joaquin Valley, the Level 1 Trauma and Burn Center provides access to Tertiary Care and Hospitalization for over 1.1 million residents in the region’s service area. The demographic profile of the community served is racially diverse; 52% Hispanic/Latino, 30% White, 13% Asian, 5% Black, and 10% other races. For every 100,000 residents, the Valley has 39 primary care physicians (22% less than the state average of 64) and an even lower share of specialists. Joining the health care team for fellowship is an opportunity to hone your practice skills at a busy health care facility– the 3rd busiest Emergency Department in California – but to also provide care where it is needed most.
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Applicants must be a graduate of a United States or Canadian Emergency Medicine or Family and Community Medicine Residency who is board eligible (within 3 years of residency graduation) or board certified.
Please e-mail the Fellowship coordinator your application materials:
Fellowship Director- Susanne J. Spano, MD
E-mail: [email protected]
Fellowship Coordinator: Marie Martinez
Telephone: (559) 499-6647
Email: [email protected]
UCSF Fresno Emergency Medicine Residency Program
155 North Fresno Street, Suite 206
Fresno, CA 93701
Sep 02, 2022
San Francisco, California