For more information, contact:
Kelley Hinshaw, B.S.
Allergy and Rheumatology Fellowship Program Coordinator
We are looking for highly motivated, enthusiastic, and intelligent candidates to join our Rheumatology training program. The goal of our fellowship program is to provide the fellows the optimal educational and clinical practice experience as well as research opportunities to produce knowledgeable and competent rheumatologists well prepared to practice in a variety of settings, including academic or community practices, and possess habits of life-long learning to build upon their knowledge, skills and professionalism.
The Rheumatology fellowship at the University of Kansas Medical Center is an ACGME accredited two-year program. We currently offer two competitive fellowship positions per year. The fellows benefit from expertise of exceptional board certified Rheumatology faculty, while supported by outstanding administrative and clinical nursing staff. The fellows take advantage of several musculoskeletal ultrasound machines and training in rheumatologic musculoskeletal ultrasound and arthrocentesis procedure techniques. The Division has access to a centralized Infusion Therapy Unit. Our practice is supported by multiple outstanding specialties including but not limited to musculoskeletal radiology, orthopedics, sport medicine, physical medicine and rehabilitation, laboratory and pathology, ILD and pulmonary hypertension clinics, nephrology, dermatology, and neuromuscular neurology.
KU Medical Center has a longstanding reputation for compassionate and state-of-the-art patient care in an academic medical center environment. Our faculty physicians constitute the staff of The University of Kansas Hospital and provide inpatient and ambulatory care through the University of Kansas Physicians on our campus and across the Greater Kansas City, giving the trainees ample and diverse opportunities for clinical experience.
Our clinics are located onsite in the fairly new Medical Office Building attached to KU Medical Center and The University of Kansas Hospital. The clinics are supported by superb nursing and ancillary staff to ensure the best in patient care and clinic efficiency. Inpatient hospital consults are also conducted onsite at the University of Kansas Hospital to assure a well-rounded experience in rheumatology.
The Fellows also rotate at the Kansas City VA Medical Center where they manage patients with complementary population demographics to further enhance their clinical exposure and experience.
The KU Medical Center features a robust electronic medical record system, O2, a product from Epic Systems Corporation.