Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecology fellows at Dell Medical School attain advanced knowledge and skills to manage common and uncommon gynecologic conditions in the pediatric and adolescent population.
The program comprises two years of surgical and clinical training in the care of gynecologic conditions of patients 0- to 21-years-old and the production of scholarly work in the subspecialty area. Fellows are expected to exhibit excellent interpersonal communication skills and the educational environment will provide practice-based learning and broad exposure to all aspects of the specialty. In addition, fellows are trained in aspects of care aligned with Dell Med’s mission, as well as the value, equity, quality and safety of care.
This two-year fellowship includes rotations in general pediatric and adolescent gynecology, pediatric surgery, child advocacy, minimally invasive surgery in children, and dedicated time for research. Multidisciplinary clinics allow opportunities to work with pediatric endocrinology, pediatric hematology and oncology, and reproductive endocrinology and infertility.
Fellows dedicate 30% of their time to research and 70% to clinical work.
Fellows have weekly protected educational time and are expected to participate in departmental and division didactics. Fellows also participate in an institutional research course and complete all required assignments.
Fellows are expected to take call from home at least twice per week with attending backup, except for research months and when on away rotations.
Salary and Benefits
Fellows receive PGY-5 and PGY-6 salary and benefits through Ascension Seton. View GME resources for more information on salary and benefits.