Boston EMS fellowship
The program provides qualified physicians training and education in all aspects of emergency medical services including operations, training, research, administration, and treatment.
To apply for the EMS Physician Fellowship program, please contact Ricky Kue, MD, MPH, Associate Medical Director, Boston EMS, Assistant Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine.
EMS physicians play a vital role in the ongoing design, development, operation, and evaluation of EMS systems from initial patient access to definitive patient care. Throughout this Fellowship, participants support the Medical Director and the Associate Medical Directors with daily operations as well as training. They also have the flexibility to structure research projects around specific areas of interest within emergency medical care. This Fellowship Program prepares physicians to be leaders in the field of emergency medicine and to conduct all aspects of EMS system medical direction.
After successful completion, the fellow will become eligible to sit for the American Board of Medical Specialties board certification examination in EMS Medicine.
- Medical Direction
- Administration of local, regional, and national EMS regulatory processes
- Emergency Medical Dispatch Protocols
- Quality Improvement
- Medical Director's Course
- Clinical Field and Aeromedical Experience
- EMS Education and Training
- Mass Casualty Medicine
- Disaster Preparedness and Response
Prerequisites to apply
- Successful completion of an ACGME accredited residency program in Emergency Medicine
- Ability to pass a criminal background check commensurate with hiring policies