Pediatric Intensive Care Fellowship
How to Apply
The general program requirements for acceptance in the Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship Program are as follows: successful graduation from an US accredited medical school or a valid, unexpired ECFMG certificate for all International Medical Graduates, and successful completion of a US accredited, 3 year General Pediatric Residency. Consideration will be given to all US citizens, green card holders, and J-1 visa candidates. The fellowship is currently unable to give consideration to H-1 visa candidates.
Applicants should submit their information through ERAS, including USMLE scores, a minimum of 3 letters of recommendation, an up-to-date curriculum vitae, and a personal statement. Based on quality of an individual’s application, candidates will be invited for personal interviews. Interviews are typically one entire day consisting of multiple interviews with selected core faculty and lunch with the current fellows.
The Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship participates in the NRMP and maintains compliance with NRMP rules and procedures throughout the application, interview, and match periods.