Welcome to the Eisenhower Health Emergency Medicine Point of Care Ultrasound Fellowship. Our program is a year-long fellowship with full Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship Accreditation Council (EUFAC) accreditation. We have two available positions each year and provide a competitive compensation package with a base salary of $125,000 (PGY4 salary and eight 10-hour shifts per month as an ED attending).
Eisenhower Health participates in the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) to provide the opportunity for applicants to consider selection options. The program director(s) and staff evaluate the qualifications of all applicants to the programs before deciding who will be offered positions.
THE NRMP Matching Process at Eisenhower Health:
NRMP Program Code 1485E01F0
Applicants requesting application information from the fellowship programs are directed to the Society for Clinical Ultrasound Fellowship (SCUF) website at https://eusfellowships.com. Applicants submit their application with their required letters of recommendation, transcripts, etc., through the SCUF website.
Eisenhower Health accepts the SCUF application and requires all materials to be submitted in full before an interview may be scheduled.
The deadline for applications is October 25th.
- Curriculum Vitae
- Personal statement of interest in point of care ultrasound (this should not exceed 550 words and should clearly describe and highlight your academic and/or career goals. You may also showcase your background, talents, and experiences.)
- A copy of the USMLE or COMPLEX-USA Transcript
- A copy of proof of citizenship (US Passport, Green Card or J-1 Visa)
- A copy of a valid, or be eligible for an unrestricted California Medical License (for applicants residing outside of California, this can be submitted no later than May 1st prior to starting on July 1st.)
- A copy of Board Exam Certificate in Emergency Medicine (if available)
Program directors and recruiting team members determine who will be invited to interview. Interviews are scheduled weekly from mid-September through October. Informational program packets are distributed during the interviews. The interview team members then submit their ratings and collectively prepare a rank order of candidates. The designated staff person then enters the ranking list prior to the submission deadline.
As soon as the match results are received and are appropriate to release, the results are shared with each program director and letters of appointment are mailed and e-mailed to each new resident member.
All information submitted to the NRMP on the rank order lists is confidential. It will not be released or revealed in any manner that permits individual identification of either applicants or programs during the process.