Emergency Medicine Fellowships

Numerous fellowships are offered by the Department of Emergency Medicine at North Shore-LIJ Health System. A pioneer in the development of emergency medicine fellowship training programs, our department is helping to meet the growing demand for physicians with post-residency training in emergency medicine subspecialties. Our fellows are taught by recognized experts working at the leading edge of innovation and technology in Emergency Medicine.

Emergency Medicine fellowship training is conducted at our tertiary care teaching hospitals:

Emergency Medicine Fellowship Programs
North Shore-LIJ's Department of Emergency Medicine provides fellowship programs in these subspecialty areas:  

  • Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship – This one-year emergency medicine fellowship program is designed to develop expertise in all emergency ultrasound applications and is offered at North Shore University Hospital and Long Island Jewish Medical Center.
  • FDNY EMS Fellowship – Considered one of the world's premier fellowships in EMS and Disaster Medicine, this one-year fellowship program at Long Island Jewish Medical Center is affiliated with the Fire Department of New York and has been ongoing since 1993.
  • Emergency Critical Care Fellowship – One of the first emergency medicine fellowships in the country devoted to the rapidly growing subspecialty of emergency critical care. Emergency Critical Care is a two-year program offered at North Shore University Hospital.
  • Sports Medicine Fellowship – This comprehensive one-year fellowship program at North Shore University Hospital is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
  • Medical Toxicology Fellowship – The two-year, ACGME-accredited fellowship in Medical Toxicology at North Shore University Hospital provides fellows with a broad exposure to all aspects of medical toxicology.
  • Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship – Our three-year, ACGME-accredited fellowship program takes advantage of the vast resources of CCMC by emphasizing clinical medicine, teaching, research and administration. 
  • International Emergency Medicine Fellowship – The one-year fellowship is designed to give emergency medicine physicians the ability to develop emergency medicine training programs internationally. This unique emergency medicine fellowship is taught at Long Island Jewish Medical Center and North Shore University Hospital.
  • Physician Assistant Emergency Medicine Fellowship – The two-year program at Long Island Jewish Medical Center and North Shore University Hospital gives fellows the opportunity to work side by side with recognized Emergency Medicine Attendings and care for the most complex patients or rare diseases and multiple co-morbidities.
  • Emergency Medicine Management and Administration Fellowship – This two-year program gives fellows knowledge and experience in all facets of emergency management and administration from medical operations to patient safety initiatives.