Program at a Glance Fellowship Director: Gavin Budhram, MD email: gavin.budhramMD@baystatehealth.org Education Coordinator: Tara Rivest phone: 413-794-5999 email: email@example.com Program Statistics Length of Fellowship: 1 year Number of fellows: 2 Application deadline: November 1 Baystate Metrics Baystate Medical Center is a 716 bed, Level-1 Trauma Center & Pediatric Hospital Annual census >115,000 (75% adults, 25% admission rate, 7% ICU admissions) There are 34 full-time faculty members in the Emergency Medicine department at the main campus with varied research, education, and administrative responsibilities. 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. Please contact our fellowship director for salary and benefit details: Gavin.BudhramMD@baystatehealth.org Disability/Malpractice/Health and Dental/Life insurance 6 weeks paid vacation Additional CME funding available for conference attendance and educational materials Emergency Medicine fellows are allowed to pick up moonlighting shifts at the attending rate Program Resources Image Review: A pc-based server is located centrally in the ED and receives ultrasound exams transmitted from the machines and stores them in a fully searchable PACS database. Ultrasound still images and clips are available for review 24 hours a day. Images are transmitted in real-time as the exams are performed. Image review is via a web-based digital archiving system and is possible from home. Ultrasound Machines: 6 Sonosite M-turbos Ultrasound Probes: Wide availability of linear, phased array, curvilinear, and endocavitary probes. Image Recorder: Wireless digital recording and archiving of all ultrasound exams. Educational Resources: Various vascular and transvaginal pelvic models are available, including sim lab access. Curriculum Number of Clinical Hours: 8 shifts/month The fellow will participate in inter- and intra-departmental quality assurance of ultrasound exams. A research study is required, as are 4 ultrasound scanning shifts per month.