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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