Allegheny General Hospital’s (AGH) department of Emergency Medicine (EM) offers a fellowship in emergency ultrasound with the goal of training leaders in emergency ultrasound. The Key components of our EUS fellowship include:
To obtain further program information, please visit our program description.
The EMS academic division is a part of the larger system of health care known as the Allegheny Health Network. The Division is dedicated to excellence in the treatment, transport, and stabilization of patients in the prehospital environment. The Division consists of the LifeFlight program, prehospital response units, outreach initiatives, and a diverse educational curriculum. Physicians with experience in prehospital medicine or board certification in emergency medical services provide oversight for the flight, ground, and educational sections of the program. The Division is committed to offering the highest quality educational experience through the support of peer reviewed EMS education, a structured resident physician rotation, and a fellowship in emergency medical services.
The Emergency Medicine Fellowship program is part of the graduate medical education (GME) opportunities offered by the AHN Medical Education Consortium. Learn more about graduate medical education.