Curriculum

Those graduating from a pediatric residency program will take part in the following rotations during their three-year fellowship (each block is a four-week period):

  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine (13 blocks)
  • Adult Emergency Medicine (2 blocks)
  • Trauma (1 block)
  • Anesthesia (1 block)
  • Toxicology (1 block)
  • PICU (1 block)
  • EMS (0.5 block)
  • Emergency Ultrasound (0.5 block)
  • Research (13 blocks)
  • Elective (3 blocks)
  • Vacation (3 blocks – 1 per year)

Those graduating from an emergency medicine residency program will take part in the following rotations during their two-year fellowship (each block is a four-week period):

  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine (13 blocks)
  • Trauma (1 block)
  • Anesthesia (1 block)
  • NICU (1 block)
  • PICU (2 blocks)
  • Ambulatory Pediatrics (1 block)
  • Research (3 blocks)
  • Elective (2 blocks)
  • Vacation (2 blocks – 1 per year)

Educational conferences occur three times per month and include Case Conference, Journal Club, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Core Lectures, Evidence-Based Medicine, Simulation, Administration, and Quality Improvement.


Contact Us

Lou Spina, MD
Fellowship Director
Tel: 212-241-6810
Fax: 212-241-1946
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Audrey Paul, MD, PhD
Assistant Fellowship Director
Tel: 212-241-5478
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Claribel Velasquez, C-TAGME
Program Coordinator
Tel: 212-824-8069
Fax: 212-426-1946
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Department of Emergency Medicine
Mount Sinai Health System
1 Gustave L. Levy Place
Box 1149
New York, NY 10029