Critical Care & Emergency Medicine Advanced Practitioner Fellowship
Our 12-month advanced practitioner fellowship programs offer specialization in one of two tracks, critical care or emergency medicine, allowing advanced practitioner (AP) fellows to refine their educational experience.
Learn about St. Luke’s Advanced Practitioner Fellowship Program.
St. Luke’s provides the advanced practitioner fellow with specialty training in the expert management of critically ill patients in the emergency department, intensive care units and the trauma bay. PA/NP fellows will become proficient in:
- Evaluation of critically ill and injured patients
- Initiation of appropriate, complete diagnostic and treatment plans
- Development and implementation of patient care plans
- Providing leadership
This multidisciplinary postgraduate training program is actively seeking individuals who have completed a board-certified physician assistant or nurse practitioner program. We provide our AP fellows the opportunity to acquire extensive experience and work alongside a diverse and active faculty committed to education. Dedicated faculty delivers a comprehensive approach to patient care in a complex environment. The magnitude of clinical experiences in this multidisciplinary program provides incomparable learning opportunities for the fellows.
Our mission is to support the advanced practitioner in the transition to practice in specialty settings. Our program’s focus is to provide an environment conducive to the evolution of the advanced practitioner to mastery level by providing an individualized, comprehensive, evidence-based medical education utilizing various practice settings that are part of the St. Luke’s University Health Network.
Vision and Goals for the Advanced Practitioner Fellowship Program:
Our vision and goals focus on broadening medical knowledge, clinical expertise, procedural competencies, and development of leadership skills for physician assistants and nurse practitioners.