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The Renal Fellowship program at Einstein Medical Center provides a balanced program of Graduate Medical Education in multiple aspects of Nephrology. This is accomplished through core in-patient rotations, out-patient clinics, out-patient hemodialysis exposure, conferences, didactic lectures, and research. In addition to the broad based goal of the renal fellowship program, specific goals have been defined for each service on which nephrology fellows rotate.
Since its inception in 1966, the Nephrology Fellowship program at Einstein Medical Center has graduated over 100 nephrologists. Our mission is to provide an outstanding clinical training program in all aspects of nephrology to build the skills, experience and expertise for a successful career as a nephrologist in private practice or academic institution. The program accomplishes this through core inpatient rotation, including dialysis, acute service and transplant service. Einstein has an active kidney transplant program with a dedicated team, including surgeons and transplant nephrologists.
Nephrology fellowship outpatient rotations include CKD clinic, Transplant Clinic, HD clinic and Peritoneal Dialysis Clinic. The Peritoneal Dialysis Clinic is run by fellows and overseen by an attending thus providing autonomy in the management of the Peritoneal dialysis patients. Fellows are exposed to typical outpatient dialysis practices through rotations at local hemodialysis outpatient clinics.
In addition, there is weekly pathology conference, case presentations, and mortality/morbidity conference and regular didactic lectures. Fellows have a dedicated research rotation as well as an opportunity to participate in a national conference annually.
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