About the Program

The University of Iowa Department of Emergency Medicine Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Fellowship is an ACGME-accredited program that trains one fellow per year in a multi-disciplinary format with interaction with a variety of agencies.  During the fellowship year, the trainee will have dedicated clinical field time to include air and ground medical transport, SWAT medical support, didactic education, reading program, research education and dedicated research time, quality improvement activities as well as participation in event medicine.  The fellowship provides support to attend the NAEMSP national conference, the Emergency Medical Services Clinical Practice and Systems Oversight textbook and uniforms.

The mission of the University of Iowa EMS Fellowship is to innovate the practice of out-of-hospital care by educating the next generation of EMS physicians, providing cutting-edge clinical care and discovering new ways to advance our science.

The vision of the University of Iowa EMS Fellowship is to produce EMS physician leaders who will make a difference in the lives of the sick and injured.

In addition to the expertise and experience provided by the participating agencies, the fellow has access to a wide array of medical experts within the Department of Emergency Medicine to include faculty trained in Medical Toxicology, Disaster Medicine, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, EMS Education and Simulation.

University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics offers a competitive house staff salary and benefits package.  The EMS Fellow will also have the opportunity to practice Emergency Medicine as an attending physician at a mutually agreed upon clinical site, and will be compensated at an attending physician’s rate for their emergency department work.

EMS Fellowship Program Brochure