The fellowship was established in 2005 and its primary department affiliation is the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. Until 2015, the program only accepted graduates of emergency medicine programs but is now accepting pediatric trained residents. Our fellowship enjoys a wonderful relationship with both emergency and pediatric departments. The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellowship at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University receives its accreditation through the Residency Review Committee for Emergency Medicine. We accept applications from both emergency medicine and pediatric trained residents. After completion of a two year program, emergency medicine residents may sit for their subspecialty boards through the American Board of Emergency Medicine. After completion of a three year program, pediatric trained residents may sit for their subspecialty boards given by the American Board of Pediatrics.
Director: Natalie Lane, MD, FAAP
For additional information, please see Pediatric Emergency Medicine.
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