Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship

Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship

Emergency care systems play a vital role in the health care of a country, and yet, many developing nations struggle to provide emergency medical care, and lack infrastructure and adequate emergency medical personnel training. Furthermore, EM is often not recognized as a medical specialty overseas.

The Stanford Global Emergency Medicine Fellowship is a two-year program with an option to obtain an associated Masters degree (MPH, MEHP, Ms-PopH).

Fellows build the skills necessary to work in developing nations and participate in a variety of ongoing international health programs helping them focus their future careers.

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  • Board-eligible or board-certified emergency medicine physician from 4 year ACGME-accredited emergency medicine residency programs or 3 year ACGME EM programs with minimum 1 year post-graduate experience

How To Apply:


  • CV
  • letter summarizing your interests and goals as they relate to the fellowship
  • three letters of recommendation (including one from program director)

Send to Adrene Garabedian , Program Coordinator. Please contact Adrene with further questions.

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    Dec 29, 2020

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    Stanford, California

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