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Hepatology fellows will acquire expertise in performing consultations primarily focusing on the liver. The fellow will be expected to create a plan for pertinent diagnostic studies and laboratory tests, and to formulate an appropriate differential diagnosis. Additionally, the fellow will acquire knowledge of the indications for liver biopsy and in endoscopic variceal ligation. The fellow is expected to develop competencies in the evaluation and referral of patients with liver disease for liver transplantation and in the management of their post-transplant care, including transplant rejection. The Albert Einstein Hepatology Fellowship is a non-accredited program.
Fellows on the inpatient service will be exposed to a full range of clinical disorders across a diverse mix of patients with emphasis on evaluation and management of diseases of the liver. The fellow will be expected to evaluate and participate in the ongoing care of inpatients on the hepatology service as well as consultations from other departments.
This year's winner of the Best Radiologic Technologist Training Program, Albert Einstein Medical Center
Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia has just received ACGME accreditation for a new Hematology/Medical Oncology Fellowship Program.
Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia School of Radiologic Technology has developed a partnership agreement with Philadelphia University
Congratulations to senior students LeighAnn Sulzbach and Sarah Sliwinski for winning Third Place in the annual Philadelphia Society of Radiologic Technologists’ 2012 Student Day TechnoBowl competition
With fierce determination and tremendous aptitude, the team of psychiatry residents from Einstein Medical Center was crowned national champions of Mind Games, a Jeopardy-style game held at the American Psychiatric Association's (APA) annual meeting.