The Gastroenterology Fellowship Program at Lankenau Medical Center
strives to provide an exceptional clinical experience in the study and
treatment of gastrointestinal diseases and illnesses supported by
appropriate bench and clinical research. A diverse spectrum of
pathology, coupled with scheduled didactic and interactive conferences
as well as daily interactions with attending physicians provides the
foundation of the learning experience.
The Gastroenterology Fellowship Program at Lankenu Hospital blends the
academics of a university institution with the personalized experience
of a community hospital. The combination fosters learning and teaches
communication skills and a humanistic attitude necessary to succeed in
clinical practice. Our goal is to train outstanding clinical
gastroenterologists dedicated to serving their communities.
Lankenau's Gastroenterology Fellowship Program is a three-year, fully
accredited course of study, following the completion of a three-year
general internal medicine residency. Applicants should be
board-certified or board-eligible in internal medicine. Board-eligible
candidates will be expected to pass their internal medicine board exams
before completing their fellowship. Although the fellowship is heavily
weighted toward "hands-on" clinical experience, clinical research is a
critical part of the overall program.
The Gastroenterology Fellowship Program at Lankenau Medical Center is a three-year
course of study that provides comprehensive training in the fields
of gastroenterology, hepatology, clinical nutrition and gastrointestinal
oncology. The fellowship requires extensive immersion in clinical work,
research and teaching.
For more information, call 1.866.CALL.MLH.