Our Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship is a two-year program that is dedicated to training fellows to become leaders within the field. This is accomplished through a robust curriculum that focuses on high quality clinical care, medical education, research, and quality improvement. The program is structured to adhere to ACGME training requirements while also designed to provide fellows with an individualized curriculum to meet their personal career goals. Each year is composed of 13 four-week blocks. Our fellowship is structured so that fellows do not take any 24-hr calls. With the exception of the Community Hospital Medicine rotation which is spent at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor, fellows will spend the majority of their clinical experiences at The University of Michigan’s C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, our tertiary-care hospital located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Fellows will be eligible to sit for the American Board of Pediatrics Pediatric Hospital Medicine board upon completion of our fellowship.
PHM Fellowship Block Diagram Schedule.pdf
- Inpatient Hospital Medicine Service (2 Blocks)
- Community Hospital Medicine (1 Block)
- Emergency Department (1/2 Block)
- Critical Care Selective (1/2 Block)
- Newborn Service (1/2 Block)
- Nights (1/2 Block)
- Complex and Palliative Care (1 Block)
- Electives (2 Blocks)
- Hospital Medicine Potpourri (1 Block)
- Scholarship (3 Blocks)
- Vacation (1 Block)
Year one of our program is composed of clinical duties as well as time for scholarship and administrative activities. Details of each rotation can be found under Training Experiences.
- Inpatient Hospital Medicine Service (2 1/2 Blocks)
- Pediatric Hospital Medicine Selective (1/2 Block)
- Community Hospital Medicine (1/2 Block)
- Electives (3 Blocks)
- Hospital Medicine Potpourri (1/2 Block)
- Scholarship (5 Blocks)
- Vacation (1 Block)
Year two of our program provides fellows with more time to focus on their scholarly activity as well as continued clinical training. Overall, second year fellows will have an increase in their individualized curriculum which is designed to give fellows the opportunity to work towards their career goals and interests as they near the completion of fellowship.