Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellowship Program
The mission of the maternal fetal medicine fellowship program at Ochsner Clinic Foundation is to train physicians to deliver the highest quality clinical care in all areas of perinatal medicine including high risk obstetrics, prenatal genetics, and maternal medical complications in pregnancy. Our program provides a balance of inpatient care, outpatient clinic, ultrasound, and training in clinical research so that upon completion of the 3-year fellowship program, graduates will be well prepared for any avenue of clinical or academic practice they choose.
The MFM fellowship program is approved for one fellowship position per year. Applications for the first- year position for July, 2020 will be accepted until May 31, 2019 through the Electronic Residency Application System (ERAS). All of the following must be received prior to consideration of an application for interview:
- A completed application
- Medical School Transcript
- USMLE board scores
- At least three letters of recommendation, one of which should be from residency program director
- Personal statement
Interviews will be scheduled for July and August of 2019.
The training program is divided into 10 months of outpatient maternal fetal medicine, 7 months of inpatient maternal fetal medicine, 1 month in the intensive care unit, 12 months of research, and 6 months of electives. A sample block diagram is below: