Welcome Statement:

EMS is an exciting and rapidly growing subspecialty of Emergency Medicine. EMS became the sixth subspecialty of Emergency Medicine on September 23, 2010, when it was approved by the American Board of Medical Specialties. The EMS Fellowship is ACGME accredited and was one of the initial fellowships to be accredited. We offer broad and varied clinical experience with a strong foundation in clinical care, environmental and situational issues, EMS Systems, medical oversight and administration, special operations, and education and organizational outreach. Our diverse training sites allow an EMS Fellow to focus on any area in which he or she has an interest. I hope that this site will convey our enthusiasm for training the best EMS Physicians, and future EMS Medicine leaders and give you a sense of the opportunities that the fellowship offers.

We are proud of the scholarship and leadership roles that our faculty and alumni hold in EMS nationwide, as well as our current fellows.

For more information about our program, see the overview page,  program details, and fellowship activities. If you have any other questions about our program, I encourage you to contact us emsfellowship@wustl.edu.

To apply for a fellowship position, please visit our How To Apply page.  There, you will find our Application Form

Sabina A Braithwaite, MD, MPH, FAEMS

Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine

Learn more about the EMS Fellowship at Washington University School of Medicine

Overview

Fellows train alongside some of the most highly regarded emergency response professionals

Program Details

What to expect

How to Apply

WashU EMS seeks inquisitive self-starters to join our fellowship

Fellowship Activities

WUEMS is involved in a wide range of EMS activities in the region, state, and nationally

EMS Alumni

Washington University EMS Fellowship

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