The Gastroenterology and Hepatology fellowship accepts two fellows every year. Over a three-year period, fellows receive comprehensive training in endoluminal, pancreatic and hepatobiliary diseases and endoscopy. The Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology includes faculty with subspecialization in inflammatory bowel disease, hepatology, motility and advanced endoscopy.
The first year is devoted to reaching competence in general gastroenterology and endoscopy. Years two and three include elective and research time for fellows to take advantage of the diverse clinical offerings and research opportunities available at Dell Med.
The changing health care landscape requires a renewed focus on high-value care and health care equity. This focus is foundational to Dell Med, and it permeates to the department and division level. The training in this fellowship emphasizes improving outcomes while decreasing costs of care; it also promotes learning in a diverse and inclusive environment. These skills combined with clinical training will prepare fellows to practice in any setting and lead the field of gastroenterology.