Penn State College of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Division of Nephrology has an opening for a first-year nephrology fellow. We are seeking ACGME/ACGME-I accredited candidates for a start date of July 1, 2024. The fellowship is a 24-month program leading to board eligibility in nephrology.
The program provides significant depth of experience in ICU nephrology and CRRT; home dialysis (PD and HHD); apheresis; and research opportunities. We have an active transplant program including kidney, kidney/pancreas, and liver/kidney. Elective opportunities are available in critical care nutrition, nephropathology, pediatric nephrology, and a metabolic stone clinic. Prior fellows have also done cardiorenal electives and additional critical care time including in the heart & vascular ICU.
Starting salary for PGY4 is $70,906 per year. Call is one in four. Additional information is available at https://residency.med.psu.edu/programs/nephrology-fellowship/
- Graduate of an ACGME- or ACGME-I accredited internal medicine residency
- US citizenship, green card, or J1 visa.
Qualified candidates please submit your CVs to [email protected] or contact the program coordinator, Jill Hartman at [email protected] or (717) 531-6375 with any questions.
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