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Graduate Medical Education

Curriculum

Emergency Medical Services Fellowship

St. Luke’s EMS Fellowship Curriculum is as follows:

Block Rotation Site
 1 Emergency Medicine Anderson Campus (Primary Clinical Site)
 2 Emergency Medicine Bethlehem Campus
 3 Basic Life Support Anderson Campus (Primary Clinical Site)
 4 Advanced Life Support Anderson Campus (Primary Clinical Site)
 5 Advanced Life Support Anderson Campus (Primary Clinical Site)
 6 Advanced Life Support Anderson Campus (Primary Clinical Site)
 7 Critical Care Transport Anderson Campus (Primary Clinical Site)
 8 SLEEP Anderson Campus (Primary Clinical Site)
 9 Tactical and Special Operations Bethlehem Campus
10 Tactical and Special Operations Bethlehem Campus
11 Aeromedical with Geisinger Life Flight Geisinger Health System
12 Research
13 Elective

All blocks are 4 weeks in length and dates are determined by SLUHN’s Office of GME to ensure uniformity throughout all SLUHN GME programs.
All Blocks will be 100 training blocks, with the exception of the research block which will be 100% research.


Elective
To accommodate a fellow’s interests and advance professional goals, an elective experience can be arranged in a variety of areas, including ALS, Performance Improvement/Administration, Air, Research, out-of-state EMS, or another interest goal approved by the Director.


Moonlighting
Fellows are permitted to moonlight with the program director's approval. Hours will count toward the maximum allowance of 80 hours per week, averaged over 4 weeks. Moonlighting must not interfere with the goals and objectives of St. Luke’s EMS Fellowship program. Moonlighting must be approved by the Fellowship Director and comply with all SLUHN GME policies.