Welcome future EMS leaders and thank you for considering the Medical College of Georiga for “your” continued emergency medical educational experience. We feel that our unique EMS fellowship curriculum and internationally known faculty can provide EMS fellows with a thorough and exciting experience. Some of the unique MCG fellowship benefits include: possessing a dedicated EMS response vehicle, providing pre-hospital care at the famous Masters golf tournament and teaching & interacting with local, regional, national and international agencies (FEMA, DHS, DOJ, DoD, etc.). Our first fellow will graduate in 2015. While the fellowship is typically a one-year program, a two-year option exists that includes a potential Master's Degree in Public Health or Translational Research. One position is offered each year to qualified candidates who must be residency-trained and board certified/eligible in Emergency Medicine Please contact us for any further information!
Thanks for considering us for your advanced EMS training!
COL (RET) John McManus MD, MBA, MCR, FACEP, FAAEM
EMS Fellowship Director and Professor of Emergency Medicine
Region 6 EMS Medical Director
EMS is a medical subspecialty that involves prehospital emergency patient care, including initial patient stabilization, treatment, and transport in specially equipped ambulances or helicopters to hospitals. The purpose of EMS subspecialty certification is to standardize physician training and qualifications for EMS practice, improve patient safety and enhance the quality of emergency medical care provided to patients in the prehospital environment, and facilitate further integration of prehospital patient treatment into the continuum of patient care.
As such, we now offer a one to two-year Emergency Medicine Fellowship Program that provides training and education in all aspects of EMS including operations, training, research, tactical, disaster, international, administration, and treatment. The Fellowship Program prepares physicians to be leaders in the field of emergency medicine and to conduct all aspects of EMS system medical direction.
Faculty Appointment and Responsibilities
The EMS Fellow will enjoy a faculty appointment within the Medical College of Georgia Department of Emergency Medicine and Hospitalist Services, Trinity Hospital and the VA of Augusta. Responsibilities will include supervising and teaching emergency medicine resident physicians, assistants, nurse practitioners, and medical students. Benefits include full health insurance, vacation and sick time. Salary is commensurate with PGY 4/5 level training and internal moonlighting will be offered at a competitive rate. A CME stipend is included for required specialized training and other courses of interest to the fellow.