Thank you for your interest in the Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Fellowship Program at Cooper University Hospital. Our program offers three-year fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
We are an academically challenging program that has a heavy clinical focus. We are looking for highly competitive candidates with a strong work ethic, passion for teaching and embrace diversity of our medical center and the population we serve.
Cooper University Hospital is the major clinical site of Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU), which graduated its inaugural class of medical students in 2016. It is the largest academic medical center and the only Level 1 Trauma Center in southern New Jersey dedicated to the treatment of the critically ill and critically injured patient.
Cooper serves the needs of a broad patient population consisting of primary, secondary, and tertiary medical care and more than 100 outpatient offices throughout South Jersey and Pennsylvania.
As an academic medical center, Cooper offers patients quality health care from primary care to specialty care in one or more of its premier Institutes and Centers of Excellence. As a partner of MD Anderson Cancer Center, one of the nation’s leading cancer hospitals, we offer a full range of prevention and treatment options for lung cancer.
In annual surveys assessing the region’s medical care, Cooper’s physicians are frequently recognized as “Top Doctors” in their fields. These world-class physicians are the teachers with whom you will interact during your educational experience.
The Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine is a component of the Department of Medicine. Our pulmonary and critical care trainees are exposed to the spectrum of pulmonary and critical illness and critical injury and are fortunate to be taught by some of the world’s leading academic pulmonologists and intensivists.
We are dedicated to educating the best academic and community hospital-based pulmonologists and intensivists to become the leaders in their field; and furthering medical knowledge through the pursuit of innovative research in pulmonary and critical care medicine.
Our fellows who want to train in subspecialties such as pulmonary hypertension, sleep medicine, interventional pulmonary have been accepted to their first choice program with a 100% match rate after training at Cooper university hospital.
Available Positions: 2
The three-year Pulmonary/Critical Care Fellowship includes exposures to clinical material, pulmonary procedures, sleep, exercise, pulmonary function testing, and all facets of critical care medicine. Fellows will be board-eligible in both pulmonary and critical care disciplines at the end of three years.
Candidates must be board-eligible/certified in internal medicine.