The mission of the St. Luke’s Sleep Medicine Fellowship program is to train physicians who provide exceptional care and leadership within the field of Sleep Medicine. These aims will be achieved through comprehensive education in clinical Sleep Medicine supplemented by research focused on advancing knowledge and technology and participation in available leadership opportunities in the local, regional, and national levels.
The aim of St. Luke’s Sleep Medicine Fellowship program is to train physicians to become outstanding clinicians who can treat all aspects of disease within the field of Sleep Medicine and uphold the highest degree of ethical character and excellent clinical judgment. To achieve this aim, fellows will learn how to apply evidence-based medicine and demonstrate high-quality clinical skills in all areas of Sleep Medicine. Additionally, they will participate in research projects in order to contribute to the Sleep Medicine knowledge base and to ensure that they are capable of reviewing the medical literature. Fellows will undergo training in leadership and education to develop skills necessary for a successful transition into a Sleep Medicine service/practice. The fellows will train in an environment committed to promoting a healthy work-life balance and life-long learning.
The Sleep Medicine Fellowship is unique in its multidisciplinary structure. Alongside their Sleep Medicine training, Fellows have the opportunity to rotate at the Children’s Hospital of Pennsylvania (CHOP), work with Inspire, and gain experience in practicing Lifestyle Medicine. During rotations in Philadelphia, Fellows will have housing provided to them.