Loyola University Medical Center offers a NON-ACGME accredited Hepatology Fellowship Program. Loyola is an active liver transplant center, performing approximately 60 liver transplants per year. It is an active referral center for patients with liver disease and is approved for living donor transplantation. The program is a 12- month fellowship offered for fellows who have completed 3 years of ACGME approved Internal Medicine Training. It is a training year focused on the outpatient care of patients with liver disease. It is important to note that completion of this fellowship does not allow you to sit for the Transplant Hepatology certification exam sponsored by ABIM. If you have completed an ACGME accredited Gastroenterology Fellowship, you qualify for our ACGME accredited Transplant Hepatology Fellowship Program.
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To apply for the Non-ACGME accredited Hepatology Fellowship, the following documents will be required:
Initial Documents Needed
Interviews will be scheduled upon review of the candidate’s application documents.
Correspondence will be sent to the respective applicants after the completed applications have been reviewed informing them of their status.
For additional information, please contact:
Loyola University Medical Center
2160 South 1st Ave
Mulcahy Center 1540
Maywood, IL 60153
Phone (708) 216-3792
Nov 29, 2020