Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia offers a three-year, ACGME-accredited fellowship designed to train future leaders in Pediatric Hospital Medicine. We accept two fellows per year.
During the first 6 months of the fellowship, applicants will select their area of focus from the three available fellowship tracks:
- Quality Improvement, Patient Safety and Medical Operations
- Medical Education
Each track includes completion of a master's degree at the University of Pennsylvania during the fellowship.
The history, expertise and compassion that make Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia unique are also what makes it the best place for medical trainees.
About the fellowship
We adhere to the Curricular Framework for Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowships published by the Council of Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship Directors.
The first year of fellowship is similar for fellows on all tracks and is designed to take already exceptional residents/general pediatricians and focus on developing them into clinical experts in pediatric hospital medicine. Training focuses on clinical experiences that are intensively mentored by leaders in the field, with opportunities in inpatient general pediatrics, complex care, co-management, assessment and stabilization of the critically ill child, and newborn care.
The first year also includes broad exposures to quality improvement, patient safety, medical operations, informatics, research, and medical education.
The second and third years of fellowship are track-specific and include in-depth exposure to the area of focus selected, as well as Master's level training at the University of Pennsylvania, just steps away from CHOP.
- The Quality Improvement, Patient Safety and Medical Operations track is run in partnership with the CHOP Office for Clinical Quality Improvement and the Center for Healthcare Improvement and Patient Safety (CHIPS) at the University of Pennsylvania, and includes a Master's in Health Policy Research with special coursework in quality improvement and patient safety.
- The Research track is run in partnership with the CHOP Center for Pediatric Clinical Effectiveness and the Pediatric Hospital Epidemiology and Outcomes Training (PHEOT) program, and includes a master's in Clinical Epidemiology, or a master's in Health Policy Research.
- The Medical Education track is run in partnership with the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education's Master's in Med Ed program.
If you have questions about our track system or which track may be best for you, please feel free to contact Dr. Rebecca Tenney-Soeiro at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Rebecca Tenney-Soeiro, MD, MSEd
- Christopher Bonafide, MD, MSCE
- Allison Ballantine, MD, MEd
- Louis Bell, MD
- Donald Boyer, MD, MSEd, FAAP
- Stephanie Doupnik, MD, MSHP
- Michelle Dunn, MD
- Chris Feudtner, MD, PhD, MPH
- Evan Fieldston, MD, MBA, MSHP
- Jessica Hart, MD
- Jennifer Hwang, MD, MHS
- Emily Kane, MD, MS
- Chén Kenyon, MD, MSHP
- Ron Keren, MD, MPH
- Anthony Luberti, MD
- Lauren Marlowe, MD, FAAP
- Melissa Patel, MD, MPH, FAAP
- Erin Pete Devon, MD
- Jeanine Ronan, MD, MSEd
- Stacey Rose, MD
- Eric Shelov, MD
- Levon Utidjian, MD, MBI
- Kelly Wade, MD, PhD, MSCE
- Nicole Washington, MD
- Amy Werner, MD
- Joanne Wood, MD, MSHP
- Gregory Zieniuk, MD, FAAP
Evan Dalton, MD
Residency: Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Medical School: Baylor College of Medicine
Andrew Kern-Goldberger, MD
Internship and Residency: General Pediatrics - New York-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital – Columbia University Medical Center
Medical School: Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Laura Goldstein, MD
Internship and Residency: General Pediatrics - Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Medical School: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Kristin D. Maletsky, MD
Internship and Residency: General Pediatrics, Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Medical School: Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Kim Tran Lopez, DO
Internship and Residency: Cooper University Hospital
Medical School: Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine
Katherine Pumphrey, MHA, MD
Internship and Residency: NYP Weill Cornell Medical Center
Medical School: Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Former fellows and current institutions:
Meghan Galligan, MD, MSHP, Perelman School of Medicine/Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Daniel Herchline, MD, MSED, University of Cincinnati/Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
How to apply
We accept the common application found on the Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellows website. Submit your completed application to PHMfellowship@chop.edu. In addition to sending the Common Application form and accompanying documents, please also send a separate document of approximately 250 words letting us know which track or tracks seem to be the best fit for you, and how focusing in that area during fellowship will shape your future career. During the first year of fellowship, program leadership and your mentors will help you make the final decision based on your evolving interests. If you have questions about our track system or which track may be best for you, please feel free to contact Dr. Rebecca Tenney-Soeiro at email@example.com.
Potential applicants must:
- Be a graduate of a U.S. or Canadian medical school or possess an ECFMG certificate and eligible J1 or H1B visa status
- Have completed pediatric residency training in an ACGME-accredited program
- Be eligible for board certification in Pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatrics
Recruitment is underway for fellows starting in July 2021. Interviews will be offered beginning August 12. We suggest you turn in the application as early as possible.
Interviews will take place in the fall in preparation for the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) Pediatric Specialties Match in December.
To carry out its mission, it is of critical importance for the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) to keep our patients, families and workforce safe and healthy and to support the health of our global community. In keeping with this, CHOP has mandated all workforce members (including trainees) on site at any CHOP location for any portion of their time be vaccinated for COVID-19. This mandate also applies to workforce members or trainees performing work for CHOP at non-CHOP locations. The CHOP COVID-19 vaccine mandate is in alignment with applicable local, state and federal mandates. CHOP also requires all workforce members and trainees who work in patient care buildings or who provide patient care to receive an annual influenza vaccine. Employees may request exemption consideration for CHOP vaccine requirements for valid religious and medical reasons. In addition, candidates other than those in positions with regularly scheduled hours in New Jersey, must attest to not using tobacco products.
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