Dolores Fuentes

When Dolores Fuentes suddenly found it difficult to swallow and to keep food down, her daughter wouldn't take her to any other hospital but "my Methodist."

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Gastroenterology Fellowship Curriculum

New York Methodist Hospital’s Gastroenterology Fellowship Program is a three-year Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-accredited training program that provides a rigorous academic and clinical experience in a full range of areas of gastrointestinal diseases. The curriculum of fellowship training is in full compliance with ACGME requirements.

The core training includes a minimum of 24 months of clinical rotations and a weekly continuity clinic for the duration of the fellowship. The clinical component typically will spread over the three year training program, during which fellows are immersed in intensive hospital-based and outpatient rotations in gastroenterology and hepatology. These rotations ensure a diversity of clinical presentations and patient populations. Additionally, each fellow will be given equal exposure to members of the faculty and their research interests. We have a dedicated research fellowship for those individuals interested in pursuing an academic career.

Our fellowship offers training at a variety of settings to provide comprehensive, academic, evidence based teaching. While the majority of training is offered at New York Methodist Hospital (NYM), fellows also rotate through Interfaith Medical Center (IMC) and the NewYork-Presbyterian/ Weill Cornell Medical Center for inflammatory bowel disease elective and liver transplantation.

Explore the following links for more information:


Clinical Gastroenterology Training

Clinical Hepatology Training
Liver Transplantation Training
Evaluation
Patient Population
Professionalism


Conferences

Faculty
Application and Contact


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