Medical Education Fellowship

The Department of Emergency Medicine at Cooper University Hospital is proud to present a new one year Medical Education Fellowship for graduates of an Emergency Medicine residency program. This educational program is designed to train the next generation of medical educators and provide them with the tools to succeed. Fellows will gain exposure to graduate medical education via the Cooper Emergency Medicine Residency program. In addition, fellows will gain undergraduate medical education at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University which has a required 4th year Emergency Medicine Clerkship.

Core FAQs about Fellowship

Duration: One year

Number of Fellows: One

Clinical Shifts: At Cooper University Hospital (Level 1 Trauma Center, Stroke Center). Approximately 800 hours per year.

Salary and Benefits: Competitive salary with full benefits

Expectations: Fellow must apply for NJ medical license and faculty appointment at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University.