Cincinnati Children’s offers broad and diverse opportunities for fellowship education. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital is ranked third in the nation among all Honor Roll hospitals in the 2014 U.S. News and World Report survey of best children’s hospitals and has served a diverse population of patients from 57 countries and all 50 states. The Division of Adolescent Medicine has supported fellowship training for decades. Our faculty are recognized as national leaders in interdisciplinary education, primary care for high-risk youth, eating disorders, adolescent gynecology and reproductive health, community program development and advocacy. 

In order for fellows to focus their efforts, they work closely with faculty, their career and research mentors and their scholarship oversight committee to develop an educational plan and a scholarly activity that will best prepare the fellows for their chosen career path. Fellows have many opportunities to further their career during their fellowship in the Division of Adolescent Medicine, including co-author book chapters and reviews with faculty, funding and time off to attend regional and national conferences, and tuition reimbursement for Masters degrees in Public Health, Education, Business or Clinical Research.