Emergency Ultrasound

Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Program

The Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Program is a one-year program designed to develop expertise in all emergency medicine ultrasound applications. Fellows will be eligible for RDMS certification upon completion of their ultrasound fellowship year.

Our Ultrasound Division now has more fellowship-trained faculty members than any other program in the nation. The goal is to produce experts and leaders in the field of emergency medicine ultrasound who can ultimately develop and maintain an emergency department division of ultrasound and/or emergency medicine ultrasound fellowship.

The Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Program was initiated in 2001 and is one of the oldest in the nation. Please visit http://www.eusfellowships.com/ for further details on the program.

Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Program Highlights

  • Length: 1 year
  • Salary: Highly competitive
  • Clinical shifts per week: 2
  • Number of positions: 1-6
  • Degree: ARDMS eligibility (American Registry of Diagnostic Sonographers)
  • 5 Emergency Department Ultrasound Systems
  • 14 fellowship-trained faculty members
  • International teaching
  • Generous CME (Continuing Medical Education) stipend
  • Weekly video tape review
  • Mastery of all core and advanced applications

Applying for Emergency Ultrasound Fellowships

The Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Program is currently accepting applications at http://www.eusfellowships.com/.

For more information, contact the Fellowship Director, Christopher Raio, MD, FACEP:

Christopher Raio, MD, FACEP
Associate Chairman, Emergency Medicine
Director, Emergency Ultrasound
North Shore University Hospital
300 Community Drive
Manhasset, NY 11030