PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGISTS & NUTRITIONISTS
The new Jacob's School of Biomedical Sciences.on the campus of the John R. Oshei Women and Children's Hospital
Applications for the Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellowship Program are accepted through ERAS (Electronic Residency Application Service) at https://www.aamc.org/services/eras. Currently the Pediatric Gastroenterology Program is on the Pediatric Subspecialties Fall Match which means your application should be completed by July to be included in the following year's program which begins on July 1st. Information regarding the exact application dates can be found at http://NRMP.org as soon as they are available. This is a new schedule beginning this year (2017). Interviews are held by invitation only from August through October.
The Digestive Diseases and Nutrition Center is an ACGME accredited fellowship training program. This requires that the applicants complete a 3-year U.S. accredited Pediatric Residency. Upon successful completion of the training program the fellow will be eligible to sit for the Pediatric Gastroenterology Board Certification exam.
Transcript with translation to English
Three professional references - at least one from a Pediatric GI
Lorraine (Lori) Esene
Pediatric Gastroenterology Program Coordinator
Fellows are paid by University Medical Resident Services, P.C. (UMRS).
A sample contract can be found at:
ACGME ID number: 3323513060
Program Diector: Susan S. Baker M.D., PhD.
The listing of an applicant by a program on it's certified rank order list or of a program by an applicant on the applicant's certified rank order list establishes a binding commtment to offer or to accept an appointment if a match results. Each such appointment is subject to the official policies of the appointment institution in effect on the date the program submits it's rank order list and is contigent upon the matching applicant meeting eligibility requirements imposed by those policies.
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