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Develop your career at one of the top pediatric hospitals and research centers in the United States. At Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, you’ll find an internationally recognized faculty during your participation in the Israel Exchange Program. The depth and breadth of our clinical and research programs provide outstanding training opportunities for physicians preparing for careers in academic medicine.
At Cincinnati Children’s, our vision is to be the leader in improving child health. We recognize that educating tomorrow’s healthcare professionals is integral to achieving this goal. Through our fellowship programs, we provide advanced clinical training and the opportunity to participate in leading-edge research.
Our faculty comprise the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. The department is ranked the No. 3 pediatric program in the nation in the 2013 U.S. News & World Report survey of best graduate schools.
Through the Cincinnati Children’s Israel Exchange Program, competitive grants are available for outstanding Israeli clinical and research fellows and visiting physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals. This support may include take-home grants to establish clinical programs in Israel, housing assistance during your time in Cincinnati and funding of travel expenses for short-term observers.
More than 30 Israeli fellows have returned to Israel following training at Cincinnati Children’s, and have demonstrated continued achievements and leadership roles.
We train more than 200 clinical fellows from all over the world each year in pediatric subspecialty areas ranging from allergy to urology. Clinical fellowships in pediatric specialties include:
Read news articles about the relationship between Cincinnati Children’s and Israel:
> Learn about clinical training positions.
> Learn about research postdoc positions at Cincinnati Children's.
> Watch videos about graduate programs.
Volunteers from Cincinnati’s Jewish community work hard to make visiting Israeli guests feel at home. We connect visiting Israelis with local families and Jewish community organizations that can help acquaint them with community schools, synagogues and neighborhoods and host them for Shabbat dinners and holiday events.
• Nearly 27,000 Jews live in Cincinnati.
• Thirteen synagogues and two Jewish day schools represent the full spectrum of Jewish belief.
• A unique Israel grant program sends more teens to Israel each summer, per capita, than any other community in the United States.
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