St. Luke’s Endocrinology Fellowship - Anderson Campus
Welcome to the St. Luke’s Endocrinology Fellowship. We are an ACGME accredited two year clinical endocrinology fellowship program with 2 positions per academic year. Our fellowship positions are available only through the NRMP match, and we do not have a dedicated third year of research training. Fellows will have completed an accredited residency in Internal Medicine prior to beginning their fellowship training with us.
The St Luke's endocrinology fellowship program is based at the St. Luke's Anderson campus, with additional rotations at the St Luke's Bethlehem and Warren campuses. The St Luke's University Health Network is a large multi-hospital network centered in the Lehigh Valley, but with campuses in several Northeastern Pennsylvania counties and one New Jersey county immediately across the Delaware River. This referral network ensures that our fellows have exposure to a broad spectrum of endocrine pathology throughout their training and patients who come from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds.
The St Luke's University Heath Network has a rich educational legacy. We are a 4 year regional campus for the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University, with students spending all four years of their education in the SLUHN. The 4 year medical school campus allows interaction with medical students in their pre-clinical and clinical years. There is also a robust legacy of graduate medical education, which is growing though additional training programs at the Bethlehem and Anderson locations.
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St. Luke’s Endocrinology Fellowship Mission Statement
Our mission is to prepare our fellows for excellence in knowledge and practice in the field of endocrinology. We strive for fellows to be able to provide quality, evidenced-based, and compassionate care in the clinical setting and function as educators through interaction with residents throughout the St. Luke’s University Health Network and medical students from the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University and Temple/St. Luke’s School of Medicine. Ultimately, we expect our fellows to achieve board certification in diabetes and endocrinology and be fully prepared to practice in the clinical, academic, and community based settings.
Program number: 1434114197