Emergency Medical Services Fellowship Program
Why Train at UT Southwestern
The UT Southwestern Emergency Medical Services Fellowship Program is an Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education-accredited one-year program for residency-trained physicians offered in conjunction with the Department of Emergency Medicine and the UT Southwestern/Parkland BioTel EMS System. Completion of a master's-level graduate training is an optional component of this multidisciplinary fellowship program.
This EMS Fellowship Program is structured to provide a combination of practical experiences and formal training to facilitate the development of fundamental knowledge and skills for a successful career as an EMS medical director. Among our faculty are the medical director for BioTel; the founders and leaders of the annual Gathering of the Eagles EMS conference; physicians renowned for their contributions to prehospital care; and paramedics, physical therapists, and firefighters.
Under these distinguished educators, our fellows will become knowledgeable in the medical, operational, and administrative aspects of EMS medicine as practiced in the prehospital arena in both urban and rural/suburban systems, and will receive the instruction necessary to apply these principles to any EMS system.
- BioTel (responds to more than 300,000 EMS incidents annually)
- El Centro College (trains most of the paramedics in North Texas)
- UT Southwestern Graduate School of Public Health
- Injury Prevention Center of Greater Dallas (BioTel sees about 80,000 injuries each year)
- Parkland Hospital Victim Intervention Program (receives more than 1,000 annual cases)
- North Texas Poison Control Center (provides more than 72,000 annual consults)
- Dallas/Fort Worth CareFlite (serves 5.8 million population)