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ACGME Accredited Fellowships

San Bernardino County

Continued Medical Education

Following residency, you can continue your medical training with a fellowship. These programs are more focused than the typical training course, teaching medical professionals what it takes to specialize on a particular organ system. Physicians who undergo fellowship training at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center are truly specialists in their field.

Cardiology - ACGME Accredited

For more information, please contact the fellowship coordinator, Viviana Pizano at 909-580-6343 or

Emergency Medical Services - ACGME Accredited

The ARMC EMS Fellowship is designed to provide emergency medicine physicians the opportunity to become board eligible for the sixth subspecialty in Emergency Medicine. Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is a medical subspecialty that involves prehospital emergency patient care, including initial patient stabilization, treatment, and transport to hospitals in specially equipped ambulances or helicopters.

For more information, please contact the fellowship coordinator, Danielle Matsuoka at 909-580-2159.

Maternal-Fetal Medicine - ACGME Accredited

Fellows are trained in the clinical skills that are essential for prenatal diagnosis and for the care of higher risk obstetric patients and in research related to maternal-fetal medicine.

For more information, click here or please contact the Maternal-Fetal Medicine Fellowship program at 909-580-3496.

Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine - ACGME Accredited

The Fellowship Program provides an intensive clinical exposure, an extensive didactic program, in which the Fellow is expected to actively participate, both as a student and a trainer, and an introduction to clinical research.

The program offers two positions per year and Fellows rotate through four teaching sites over the 36-month program

For more information, please contact the fellowship coordinator, Viviana Pizano at 909-580-6343 or

Surgical Critical Care – ACGME Accredited

The Surgical Critical Care Fellowship is a one-year, ACGME-approved training program accredited by the American Board of Surgery. The fellowship is open to General Surgery, Emergency Medicine, OB/GYN, and Anesthesia residents after their 3rd year. Surgical critical care is a subspecialty of surgery that manages complex surgical and medical problems in critically ill surgical patients. Graduate educational programs in surgical critical care provide the educational, clinical, and administrative resources to allow fellows to develop advanced proficiency in the management of critically ill surgical patients, to develop the qualifications necessary to supervise surgical critical care units, and to conduct scholarly activities in surgical critical care.

Our mission statement is to train academically and evidence-based oriented surgical critical care fellows in a bias-free diverse environment.