Infectious Disease

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Overview

The Infectious Disease Fellowship Program at Eisenhower Health is designed to assist fellows develop the skills necessary to provide expert consultation and management of patients with a wide variety of infectious diseases along with the skills needed to perform or interpret basic scientific research in Infectious Disease.

Curriculum

Our program provides opportunities for Infectious Disease consultations in the areas of General Medicine, Pediatrics, Transplant, Oncology and others. Fellows are exposed to the full spectrum of infectious diseases affecting normal and immunocompromised individuals. Additionally, we have developed collaborations with nationally ranked teaching institutions such as UCLA and Children’s Hospital – Los Angeles, adding to an already robust curriculum. We will be sharing didactics with UCLA/West Los Angeles VA weekly.

Rotation Schedule

ROTATION SCHEDULE YEAR 1

Infectious Disease Fellowship Two Year Core Curriculum: 13 Four-Week Blocks:

ROTATION NAME

WEEKS

Consults

26

Infection Control/Epidemiology

4

Microbiology

2

Oncology

4

STD

2

Transplant

4

TB

2

Elective

2

Research

4

ROTATION SCHEDULE YEAR 2

ROTATION NAME

WEEKS

Consults

10

Infection Control/Epidemiology

4

Microbiology

2

Pediatrics

4

STD

2

Transplant

4

TB

2

Elective

10

Research

10

The Application Process at Eisenhower Health

NRMP Program Code 1485146F0

  • We participate in the ERAS electronic application service and the National Residency Matching Program for Infectious Disease fellowship match.
  • As part of the ERAS electronic application process, two letters of recommendation in addition to the residency director’s letter are required.
  • Applications will reviewed by Division faculty and applicants identified as strong candidates will be invited for an interview.
  • Incomplete applications will not be considered.

 

The deadline for applications is August 31st.

 

We can only consider applications that have been submitted through ERAS. We will not accept any paper or emailed applications. Additionally, NO Visas can be sponsored.

For further information, please contact:

Program Manager
Brian Beneat

Tel: 760/773-4517

Fax: 760/837-8581

BBeneat@eisenhowerhealth.org