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Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Fellowship at UMass Chan Medical School-Baystate

Our ACGME-accredited Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism clinical fellowship at UMass Chan Medical School-Baystate is a two-year program providing comprehensive and intensive training in the breadth of clinical endocrinology.

You will gain experience in a broad range of endocrine disorders, and be eligible for ABIM certification in adult endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism. Our board pass rate is 100% over the past 5 years.

Close Fellow-Faculty Relationships

Faculty and staff take pride in creating a friendly working and learning environment—both in the clinic and in our educational forums.

Our high faculty-to-fellow ratio provides you with a rich learning experience, and opportunities to develop intimate connections with your faculty mentors.

You will also work collaboratively on multidisciplinary teams with faculty and fellows in obstetrics-gynecology, surgery, nuclear medicine, radiology, pathology, pediatric and reproductive endocrinology. 

Broad Patient Volume and Case Mix

We provide inpatient and outpatient consultation services to a demographically diverse panel of  patients with a wide range of endocrine diagnoses.

You will receive training in all aspects of endocrinology including: diabetes, metabolic bone disease, obesity, neuroendocrine tumors, endocrine emergencies, and disorders involving the thyroid, adrenal gland, lipids, calcium metabolism, fluid and electrolytes, male and female reproductive systems.

Baystate Medical Center is the only tertiary referral center in the region. With our large patient volume and faculty specialists in bone, thyroid, diabetes, and pediatric endocrinology, you will encounter unusual and interesting endocrine diseases.

Extensive Experience with Neck/Thyroid Ultrasound

You will have the opportunity to achieve Endocrine Certification in Neck Ultrasound (ECNU) due to training in thyroid ultrasound and participation in multidisciplinary pathology rounds.

In the last three years all of our fellows with an interest in thyroidology have obtained ECNU certification or met the requirements for certification during fellowship training.