Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine Fellowship
The Pulmonary and Critical Care fellowship program at West Virginia University is an ACGME-accredited three-year post-graduate training program which welcomes four fellows per year. Training takes place at JW Ruby Memorial Hospital, a 690-bed referral center and the Louis A. Johnson Veteran Affairs.
The mission of our fellowship program is to train excellent, compassionate, and curious Pulmonary and Critical Care physicians who will serve as leaders in their profession, no matter where their career path takes them. We expect that our graduates will commit themselves, not only to their own education, but that of their patients, colleagues, and the community while being a strong advocate for patients and their families.
To achieve that goal, we provide three years of comprehensive training in general Pulmonary and Critical Care, as well as, education from dedicated faculty in all sub-specialties in pulmonary medicine.
Throughout training, we work individually with each fellow to identify their personal and professional goals and provide them with unique clinical and research experiences in order to prepare them for their future career in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. There are numerous opportunities to develop scholarship in research, teaching and patient care.
We are proud of the diversity of our division and the complexity of cases that fellows are exposed to during their training. While we believe in the ambitious training that we provide, we constantly strive to improve via feedback from fellows and faculty. In addition to being academically stimulating, our program aims to help you realize your full potential.
Faculty, fellows, residents and all other healthcare members work as a team with utmost professionalism. When you visit our program, you will find a warm, welcoming, and safe environment that is favorable to forming long-term friendships with faculty and fellows.
WVU is home to approximately 30,000 students. The lawn and courtyards of West Virginia University have seen more than 150 years of student life. The main university campus is situated adjacent to Monongahela River along which runs the scenic Caperton Trail, perhaps making Morgantown as one of the loveliest university towns; a town which is liberal, educated and culturally vibrant. Our college town is ideal for both young professionals and families alike.
We look forward to the possibility of meeting you, learning about your goals and getting to know you.
Sarah Hadique, MD, FACP, FCCP
Professor, Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine
Kyle Chapman, MD
Associate Program Director
Assistant Professor, Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine
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See cases you want to see, learn from mentors and contribute to your specialty through research. It’s all part of perfecting your skills as a clinician and advancing your career with our fellowship training.
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