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Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship

The Children’s National Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship trains academic hospitalists who will be experts in the fields of clinical medicine, education and research. The program is structured over three years to allow adequate time for mastery of the skills necessary for independent practice not only as a clinician, but also as a clinical and quality improvement researcher.

Fellows will work closely with members of the Children’s Hospitalist Division, national leaders in the fields of quality improvement and medical education. Fellows participate in a combination of clinical rotations, structured educational seminars, research activities, performance improvement initiatives and other administrative responsibilities. Fellows have the opportunity to obtain a Graduate Certificate of Public Health from The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services. Additional offerings include a Masters in Clinical and Translational Research, Master of Science in Healthcare Quality or a Graduate Certificate in Medical Education. The program has received accreditation by the Academic Pediatric Association.

Research

Discover the research requirements a fellow can expect during our Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship.

Education

Read more about the clinical, academic and administrative education that the Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship offers.

How to Apply

Learn how to apply for the Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship.

Faculty and Staff

Meet the faculty and staff from the Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship.

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