This ACGME approved fellowship is designed to give fellows the opportunity to be actively involved in medical direction, specialized pediatric EMS oversight, field medicine, flight medicine, special events and disaster/mass gathering planning.
The Denver Health Emergency Psychiatry Fellowship trains physician leaders in the subspecialty of emergency psychiatry. EDs play a vital role in identifying and treating behavioral emergencies and substance use disorders.
This fellowship is designed to train leaders in pediatric emergency ultrasound and is built on the foundation of clinical excellence in bedside ultrasound use, research and educational publications related to emergency ultrasound, and a faculty that is dedicated to the principle that ultrasound is integral to every emergency physician’s clinical practice.
This SAEM accredited fellowship is designed to train the fellow in the ethical conduct of clinical research and to provide the skills necessary to obtain extramural funding and to become an independent physician-scientist in emergency medicine.
RMPDS has trained over 70 medical and clinical toxicologists since launching the first Medical Toxicology fellowship program in 1976. We have several programs in which we train medical and clinical toxicologists, from the United States and abroad.
The Ultrasound Fellowship at Denver Health Medical Center (DHMC) is a one year curriculum designed to train emergency physicians to be leaders in emergency ultrasound.