The Pulmonary diseases fellowship program is a two year program fully accredited by the United States Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). The goal of our program is to produce skilled pulmonary clinicians and teachers. Our program consists of four fellows, two fellows per year.
The Brooklyn Hospital Center Pulmonary Fellowship Training Program offers a broad clinical experience in the diagnosis and management of acute and chronic respiratory diseases and hands-on experience in all diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Our deep involvement with and commitment to the education of future physicians enhances our ability to provide high-quality, up-to-date clinical services to our patients. Our principle training sites are The Brooklyn Hospital Center and the Wyckoff Heights Medical Center. Our physicians are trained as specialists in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and are responsible for patients in the Medical Intensive Care Unit. They also provide pulmonary and critical care consultative service throughout the hospital.
Applicants must register with the NRMP. We participate in ERAS online service. If you are not participating in ERAS you may send an application form. The following documentation, in addition to your application, is required for your file to be considered complete:
- Dean's letter and Medical School transcripts
- A minimum of two letters of recommendation from physicians in your present
program and one from your Internal Medicine program director
- Scores from USLME Steps 1 and 2
- ECFMG certificate, if applicable
- Curriculum Vitae
Julie Quiñonez, Fellowship Program Coordinator