The mission of the Hospital Medicine Clinical Point of Care Ultrasound Fellowship at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell is to train leaders in basic and advanced point of care ultrasound. This 1-year fellowship program is led by Tanping Wong, M.D..
Our POCUS faculty have helped set the national standards for certification, taught at national meetings, and currently organize and teach the leading five-day training program offered to participants from across the country and internationally.
Although described as a fellowship program, participants will be hired as hospital medicine faculty within the Weill Department of Medicine at Weill Cornell.
Instructor, if not board-certified; assistant professor if board certified and at least one year of experience as a hospitalist.
Works nights as a hospitalist, with at least 20 nights working with house staff.
Help lead an ultrasound-guided procedure service, including weekends.
Point of Care Ultrasound
31 weeks dedicated to learning, practicing, teaching, and supervising POCUS-related activities.
- Achieve proficiency in basic and advanced point of care ultrasound
- Obtain Society of Hospital Medicine (SMH) certification in basic POCUS.
- Achieve proficiency in bedside ultrasound guided procedures
- Learn how to organize, manage, and promote an academic ultrasound-guided procedure service
- Achieve proficiency in teaching point of care ultrasound to students, residents, physician assistants, and faculty
- Learn the processes for assuring, documenting, and certifying proficiency
- Gain experience in organizing and leading a monthly educational conference in POCUS
- Present and participate in a monthly journal club on POCUS literature
- Gain experience in how ultrasonography is used in specialty fields like radiology, critical care, cardiology, and emergency medicine
- Participate in POCUS research with the goal of presenting results at a national meeting