Pediatric Hospitalist Fellowship Program

Welcome to Emory's Pediatric Hospitalist Fellowship Program at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta!

The Hospitalist program at Egleston was started by Joseph A Snitzer, III, in 1983. All hospitalists are faculty members of Emory University’s Department of Pediatrics and have clinical privileges at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. The team specializes in delivering and coordinating the clinical care of hospitalized children, but also has responsibilities in medical education, quality improvement, discharge planning, and clinical research.

The Hospitalist Program at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston has grown, now with a group of 14 physicians.
• Corinne Taylor, MD, Division Director
• Joseph A, Snitzer, III., MD
• Patricia Lantis, MD, Assistant Program Fellowship Director
• Judson Miller, MD
• Tabitha Lyon, MD
• Anthony Cooley, MD
• Parminder Suchdev, MD, MPH
• Anjali Kirpalani, MD Fellowship Director
• Rob Dixon, MD
• Elan Jenkins, MD
• Rebecca Sanders, MD, PHD
• Nicole Hames, MD
• Whitney Sherry, MD
• Sarah Varghese, MD
• Evan Orenstein, MD
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The Mission of the Pediatric Hospitalist Fellowship

The mission of the Pediatric Hospitalist group is to provide excellent patient care. Excellent patient care leads to important questions that arise at the bedside, from which clinical pediatric research adds growth. This desire for excellence also drives us to teach residents, fellows, physician peers, nurses, and/or other medical personnel in order to maintain the highest standards of patient care.

The Hospitalist Fellowship program was started 2006 and now under the direction of Dr.'s Anjali Kirpalani and Patricia - Lantis. It offers a two-year training for specialized care of hospitalized children. The program also includes training and experience in clinical, epidemiological, and/or quality research with mentorship. The program is strengthened through collaborations with the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and Rollins School of Public Health.

The Goals for the Fellowship Program

The goal of the fellowship in Pediatric Hospitalist medicine is to train board certified pediatricians to become academic pediatric Hospitalists. Fellows should be stimulated to provide excellent patient care to develop a knowledge base to continue to perform relevant clinical and/or basic science research, and to become excellent teachers of medical students, residents, ancillary personnel, and future fellows. The pediatric fellowship is designed to provide opportunities to attain all these goals as well as to nurture future fellows. Fellowship Handbook

Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship Application: How to Apply

We are accepting the Pediatric Hospital Medicine Common Application, located here, or can also be found on www.phmfellows.org
Applications open:                July 1, 2018
Deadline for all applications:  September 15, 2018

Please include:
  1. Curriculum Vitae
  2. A Personal Statement describing your interest in hospital medicine and your future goals in the career of hospital medicine
  3. 3 Letters of Recommendation
Please submit your complete application to Casey.Price@choa.org

Applications will not be accepted after September 15, 2018.

For more information, contact:

Casey Price
Business Operations Supervisor
General Pediatric Hospitalist Group
1405 Clifton Road, NE Atlanta, GA 30322
Phone; (404)785 6104
Fax: (404)785 1462
Anjali Kirpalani akirpa2@emory.edu
Patricia Lantis patricia.lantis@choa.org
or Casey.Price@choa.org