Infant Complex Care Fellowship

Infant Complex Care Fellowship

The Infant Complex Care Fellowship is an ICGME-certified fellowship designed for the general pediatrician and consists of a one-year curriculum (with optional second year) for post-residency training in Pediatrics.

The program focuses on the unique medical and developmental needs of prematurely born and other high-risk infants and toddlers after discharge and during the first two of years of life. Fellows who complete this training will be able to apply their specialized knowledge and expertise to careers in pediatric academic positions (hospitalist, NICU follow-up, Level 2 nursery) and general pediatric clinical practices across the country.

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  • have completed a pediatric residency program approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education,
  • be board-eligible or board-certified in general pediatrics, and
  • plan to practice general pediatrics in either an academic or private setting, pursue a fellowship in Neonatology or other subspecialty, or provide Level 2 nursery and/or NICU follow-up care after completion of the fellowship year.

How To Apply:

To apply, please contact:

Deesha D. Mago-Shah, MD
Program Director, Infant Complex Care Fellowship
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Division of Neonatology
Medical Director, Pediatric Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Clinic
Box 2739 DUMC
Durham, NC 27710
919.681.4836 fax
[email protected]


Marissa Ivester
Fellowship Program Coordinator
Box 3899 DUMC
Durham, NC 27710
[email protected]

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  • Published

    Nov 11, 2022

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    Durham, North Carolina

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