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The Department of Emergency Medicine at Palmetto Health Richland has been a leader in emergency ultrasound since 1997. Residents in our emergency medicine program are trained in the use of ultrasound to facilitate the diagnosis and management of a wide variety of serious and life-threatening pathologies.
The mission of the Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship is to develop highly motivated emergency physicians into future educators and researchers with expertise in the wide application of ultrasound technology to direct patient care. Working closely with the University of South Carolina School of Medicine, the curriculum not only provides fellows with the opportunity to work side-by-side with experts in emergency ultrasound, echocardiography, and vascular ultrasound, but also develop educational skills through lecturing and bed side teaching to residents, medical students, and practicing physicians. Unique to this experience is that the fellow will be an integral component to the development and function of the clinical ultrasound curriculum at the USC School of Medicine.
To achieve these goals, we offer the following:
For more information, contact:
Patrick Hunt, MD, MBA, FACEP
Program Director, Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship
Department of Emergency Medicine
Palmetto Health Richland
14 Richland Medical Park Drive, Suite 350
Columbia, South Carolina 29203