Neonatology Fellowship Education
Master pathophysiology and clinical decision making skills for the care of neonates.
Master advanced techniques in neonatal procedures to include high frequency ventilation and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation.
Clinical and didactic education and supervision of medical students, pediatric residents, and neonatal nurse practitioners.
Weekly didactic fellows' educational conferences.
Design, conduct, abstract, present, and publish neonatal-oriented research.
Participate in Neonatal Critical Care Air Transport Team. Participate in High Risk Maternal-Fetal Medicine clinics.
Participate in long-term neonatal follow-up and multidisciplinary developmental clinics.
Call: In-house call every 5th to 8th night with a staff neonatologist always available on back-up.
Clinical training sites include: Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC), University of Texas Health Sciences Center, San Antonio (UTHSCSA), Methodist Children's Hospital (MCH), and Children's Hospital of San Antonio CHOSA).