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Emergency Medicine PA Fellowship enhances local, regional education, care

Emergency Medicine PA Fellowship enhances local, regional education, care
Thursday, February 07, 2019

fellows at SIM lab

Applications are being accepted for a new Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant (EMPA) Fellowship through Gundersen Medical Education.

Beginning the summer of 2019, this fellowship offers a unique opportunity for highly-qualified PA fellows to advance their knowledge and skills in emergency medicine.

"With this fellowship, Gundersen is bringing high-quality emergency services to patients we serve throughout our region through a collaborative education program," shares fellowship medical director Mike Zimmer, MD, FAECP.

"The advanced training of highly-skilled and compassionate emergency medicine physician assistants will greatly benefit the people and communities Gundersen serves," adds fellowship program director Tom Davey, PA-C.

The 18-month fellowship prepares PA graduates for emergency medicine-focused patient care, with guidance from knowledgeable clinicians and with a high level of autonomy in regional and urban emergency departments.

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