The Division of Emergency Ultrasound is one of the most dynamic and vibrant parts of Temple Emergency Medicine. The Ultra squad is consistently engaged in research to further advance meaningful applications for POCUS in the ED. The robust research pipeline has projects in all phases of completion with no signs of slowing down. In addition, the division is always busy educating faculty, residents from multiple specialties, medical students, and physician assistants. They hold weekly QA sessions, monthly journal club, post periodic case challenges, and are active on social media.
Do you dream of becoming a part of an elite Emergency Ultrasound Division?
Does the thought of your ultrasound potential keep you up at night?
Then you should consider applying to the Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship at Temple!
Check out our dedicated website for more info!
Thomas Costantino, MD
Professor, Emergency Medicine
Chief, Emergency Ultrasound Division
The Department of Emergency Medicine at Temple University Health System is excited to offer a two-year fellowship in Emergency Department Administration. The SAEM accredited fellowship is designed for those with an existing interest in operations, administration, and leadership, and aims to prepare the fellow for a successful career as a leader in Emergency Medicine.
The fellowship includes obtaining an MBA through the Fox School of Business at Temple University. This parallel educational experience will provide the fellow with key financial and economic skills required of both departmental and hospital leaders. In addition to developing an understanding of business concepts and a business vernacular, the fellow will acquire advanced teamwork and collaboration skills.
"The fellowship was an invaluable experience and the training will be useful for the rest of my career. The curriculum broadens your skill set beyond emergency department operations, as you learn how your department functions in the bigger scheme of the hospital system. I was able to apply the MBA to my work experience, while learning key business concepts. The monthly sessions are engaging, diverse, and complement the first-hand experience you have as part of an awesome operations team. I would recommend the fellowship to anyone!" - Andrea Blome, MD, MBA
Kraftin Schreyer, MD, MBA
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Fellowship Director, ED Administration
A.R.O.W Medicine Fellowship
The AROW Fellowship is a novel fellowship designed to train emergency medicine physicians to function effectively in response to emergencies in low-resource austere medical settings. Functioning under the umbrella of the Wilderness Medicine Section of the Division of Prehospital Care, the AROW fellowship will provide its graduates with the clinical experience, educational foundation, and operational skills to be future leaders in the field of austere medicine.
The AROW fellowship offers a hybrid of clinical practice environments. For the majority of their clinical shift requirements, the fellow will travel to remote, critical-access setting hospitals that have partnered with Temple University to facilitate the fellowship. Although not required, the fellow will also have the option to work shifts in the Temple University Hospital System, which offers a busy, urban, trauma-heavy environment.
The urban home base of Northern Philadelphia offers unique opportunities for the AROW Fellow. Philadelphia has the distinction of being the most violent-per-capita large city in the United State; gun violence is a major public health crisis facing an already vulnerable population that struggles with high rates of poverty, mental health, and substance use disorders. The Emergency Department at TUH is currently active in out-of-hospital endeavors including community outreach and training to include the nationally recognized: Project: Fighting Chance program. As such, the Fellow will support urban austere training and outreach programs.
Although the foundation of the AROW Fellowship ensures multifaceted exposures in a variety of low-resource settings, the fellow will select a sub-specialty concentration in one of the following areas. The fellow’s research project and field work/training will be targeted towards their chosen concentration.