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Career Center

Maternal Fetal Medicine Clinical Fellowship

Site Name:
Folsom, CA
Location:
1645 Creekside Drive
Folsom, California 95630
Contact:
Kara Clark
Email:
providers@dignityhealth.org
Availability:
Full Time

Additional Information

In this two year MFM fellowship at California Maternal Fetal Medicine, the fellow will gain broad experience in the MFM clinical arena. The field of maternal fetal medicine is constantly evolving and the fellow will learn from Dr. Ali the latest evidence-based treatments and invasive prenatal diagnostic procedures, using the most comprehensive diagnostic tools available. The fellow will help evaluate and manage a wide variety of maternal fetal disorders. This fellowship is designed to assist fellows to get into accredited 3-year MFM fellowship programs. Highlights of this MFM fellowship program include:
  • Familiarizing the fellow with management of high risk pregnancy
  • Expanding the fellow's understanding of the use of fetal ultrasonography in the evaluation of various fetal malformations and syndromes
  • Participating in cervical cerclage procedures
  • Participating in prenatal diagnostic procedures including chorionic villous sampling (CVS), amniocentesis, percutaneous umbilical blood sampling (PUBS), and fetal transfusion
  • Competitive sign-on and student loan bonuses
  • This is a fully funded position, including benefits
  • This is a non-accredited post graduate training program
Prerequisites for application
  •  Completion of recognized OB-GYN residency program
  • Eligibility for California state licensure
Curriculum
Training is conducted at the California Maternal Fetal Medicine center and Mercy San Juan Medical Center. During training, fellows will participate in a variety of educational and clinical components, including:
  •  Evaluation and diagnosis of a wide variety of maternal medical complications, fetal malformations, and fetal genetic syndromes
  • Inpatient and outpatient care of high-risk pregnancies
  •  Pre- and post-op care of patients undergoing cervical cerclage