The purpose of the Emergency Medicine Education Fellowship at UMMS-Baystate, regional campus of the University of Massachusetts Medical School, is to provide new clinicians with the necessary mentored experience and didactics to become successful, independent, future leaders in academic emergency medicine.
We offer a 1-year fellowship with an option for a second year to earn a Masters in Graduate Medical Education. Our curriculum focuses on preparing the next generation of EM faculty with flexible concentrations in UME, GME, Simulation, Education Innovation, and Education Research.
Meet Our Team
Lucienne Lutfy-Clayton, MD
Ryan Clark, DO
By the Numbers
- Length of the fellowship: 1 or 2 years
- Number of fellows: up to 2
- Yearly census: 122,000+ visits
- 25% pediatrics | 21% admissions | 5 Level 1 trauma cases per day
- 50 full-time board-certified faculty with varied research, education, and administrative responsibilities
- Fellowships in ED ultrasound, pediatric EM, research, administration, and wilderness medicine
- 78,000 sq ft Emergency Department with 10 ambulance bays, rooftop helipad, 3 trauma bays, 94 private rooms, dedicated radiology suite, pediatric emergency department (open 24/7), locked psychiatric unit, and plenty of work space with 180 computers
- Baystate Medical Center is a 716 bed, Level-1 Trauma Center and Children's Hospital within a hospital
- Annual census >115,000 (75% adults, 25% admission rate, 7% ICU admissions)
- 10 academic departments with 600+ faculty
Fellow Benefits & Facilities
- We have attempted to maintain salaries in the 75th percentile nationally, and here in western Massachusetts, we enjoy a lower cost of living than in major urban areas. View our complete list of salaries and benefits.
- Moonlighting opportunities
- Office space
- Generous benefits package
- Disability/Malpractice/Health and Dental/Life insurance
- Paid vacation and CME time
- Professional education account and tuition allocation
The program comprises a core curriculum of five areas undertaken by all fellows—as well as a single area chosen for increased focus by each fellow.
- Theories of learning
- Didactic and clinical teaching
- Education and program administration
- Education research methods
- Career and professional development
All fellows will have exposure to each of the following four areas, and then choose one area of greatest interest on which to concentrate.