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Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship

With your safety in mind, all Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship interviews for positions starting in the 2021-2022 academic year will only be offered virtually.
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7th floor of Golisano Children's Hospital

The University of Rochester Pediatric Hospital Medicine (PHM) Fellowship Program is a two-year ACGME-accredited program.

  • The overall goal of our program is to provide an educational experience that will develop physicians who successfully embrace the role of clinician, educator, and investigator.
  • Fellows will receive a high level of guidance from faculty in developing their clinical and research skills.
  • Fellows will obtain a vast amount of clinical experience due to the volume and diversity of patients in our inpatient settings.
  • Research will be a longitudinal experience throughout the two-year fellowship program.

Whether you want to pursue training in quality, clinical research, medical education, or public health, we are able to provide a strong education in any area that may interest you.

Golisano Children's Hospital Lobby AtriumOur Mission

Our mission is to improve child health by training pediatric hospital medicine fellows to become leaders in clinical care, research, and quality improvement, thereby providing a path for each hospitalized infant, child and adolescent to reach their fullest potential through a collaborative, multi-disciplinary approach that engages caregivers, clinicians, staff, and community members/organizations.

Supportive Team of Mentors

Training at a Nationally Recognized Children's Hospital

Serving over 85,000 children per year, UR Medicine's Golisano Children's Hospital (GCH) is an 148 bed institution and is the referral center for all seriously ill or injured children from a surrounding 17 county region. It is a full-service hospital inclusive of all major pediatric subspecialties, pediatric imaging and surgery.

Program Aims

  • To train pediatric hospital medicine fellows to provide high quality patient care across the age and diagnosis spectrum, including acute illness and complex chronic conditions through the acquisition and application of a comprehensive knowledge base, proficiency in hospital medicine interventions and procedures, and compassionate and effective communication skills.
  • To cultivate pediatric hospital medicine fellows who will provide state-of-the-art and informed care through the development and demonstration of fundamental skills in research and quality improvement, including the critical evaluation of medical literature and therapeutic strategies, advancement and integration of new knowledge into practice, and enhancement of patient safety and quality of care.
  • To develop pediatric hospital medicine fellows with the skills to become leaders of a multidisciplinary team, serving as a role model and educator for all members of the Pediatric Hospital Medicine team and as a consultant and collaborator with all children’s services in the institution and community, while gaining an introduction to the skill set of a successful pediatric hospitalist.