Main Line Health offers fully accredited fellowships. Physicians receive excellent training and are given the tools to meet today's changing health care needs. Our programs offer academic and clinical challenges in an environment of suburban and urban communities that offer excellent prospects for your fellowship, your family and your future in medicine. Applications are processed through ERAS.
Over a 12 month period, the Fellow will have exposure to a wide range of projects and opportunities in which they will gain exposure to areas such as corporate structure, quality, performance improvement, marketing, finance, front line operations, and high-level strategic planning.
Our program offers a comprehensive cardiovascular disease training experience combining outstanding academic teaching in didactic, small group and bedside settings with direct patient care.
The Gastroenterology Fellowship Program at Lankenau Medical Center blends the academics of a university institution with the personalized experience of a community hospital.
The curriculum for the Lankenau Medical Center Hematology/Medical Oncology Fellowship is designed to provide fellows with the opportunity to treat a wide range of patients and illnesses, as well as to pursue scientific and academic knowledge and achievement.
Our program is comprised of a total of six fellows, with two fellowship positions offered per year. Our high faculty to trainee ratio offers our fellows a superior educational experience, while our broad range of patients provides exposure to all areas of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine.
Main Line Health is committed to the health and wellness of our employees. With that goal in mind, Main Line Health implemented the “Tobacco and Nicotine Use Impact on Employment Policy” aimed at reducing the use of tobacco and nicotine products among Main Line Health employees. As part of the policy, applicants must certify that they have not used tobacco products or nicotine in any form in the 90-day period prior to submitting an application to Main Line Health, and that they will remain tobacco free during their employment with the health system.
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