Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship
As one of the fastest growing fields within pediatrics, Hospital Medicine must rapidly produce trainees with skills to fill varied clinical roles, but also develop a cadre of well-trained academic leaders to further define and advance the scientific and organizational foundation of the field. The Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center aims to train pediatric hospitalists who will become such leaders. Our division has a strong history of success in quality-improvement initiatives, translating the latest medical evidence into practice, and providing family-centered care. Learn more about our team.
The fellowship is a three-year training program with three fellows per year and is one of the first ACGME accredited PHM fellowships in the nation. The first year of the fellowship focuses primarily on the development of clinical, medical education, and leadership skills, while the second and third years focus on acquiring and applying academic skills tailored to the applicant's interests. PHM fellows complete all ACGME requirements in the first two years of training, with the third year devoted to individualized academic experiences and clinical time as an independent provider.
Our program aims to increase diversity and representation among the pediatric hospital medicine workforce. We work to create equitable conditions to growth and an inclusive learning environment for all. Please read more about our institutional DEI efforts here.