Pediatric Urgent Care Fellowship
We are proud to offer a new Pediatric Urgent Care Fellowship for the academic year 2018-2019 in Phoenix, Arizona. Given the increasing number of pediatric urgent care centers nationally, most pediatric residents graduate without adequate exposure to the urgent care experience and the career opportunities that it offers. This is the perfect opportunity for someone interested in acute care pediatrics including procedures but not the high acuity and complicated patients of a pediatric emergency room.
We offer a one year program designed to train graduating residents (pediatrics and family practice) and general pediatricians to practice in this high-acuity, fast-paced environment. Our goal is to create experts in the emerging field of Pediatric Urgent Care Medicine who will become leaders in the field. Phoenix Children’s has four urgent care centers at four corners of the city providing care to over 50,000 patients per year combined. The Urgent Care Centers function with the backup of a readily accessible Emergency Department with over 85,000 annual visits, as well as a tertiary main campus for inpatient and subspecialty care. The fellows will be trained and supervised by general pediatricians and Pediatric Emergency Medicine faculty/ fellows who all cover the urgent care sites. Physicians, from the entire spectrum of subspecialists, are on call for both urgent care as well as the emergency department.
The Fellowship is anticipated to produce well-trained urgent care physicians for whom the demand is expected to increase both internally and externally. We hope to hire as many as possible with a competitive compensation package that recognizes the formal urgent care training and experience upon completion of fellowship.
How to Apply
Interested candidates can contact the program director, Chris Ramsook, MD, at: