Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Hematology Oncology Fellowship

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"The Hematology/Oncology Fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center is designed to nurture the development of future leaders and to provide superior clinical training in a supportive environment. The hematology and oncology services at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) are fully integrated into one service, with world-class experts in both disciplines available to fellows as instructors, mentors, and future colleagues."

Basic information

Name: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Hematology Oncology Fellowship Program

Fellowship program website: https://www.bidmc.org/medical-education/medical-education-by-department/medicine/medicine-fellowships/hematology-and-oncology-fellowship

ACGME ID: 1552421026

Leadership

  • Program Director: Reed Drews, MD
  • Associate Program Director: Deepa Rangachari, MD

Fellowship Coordinator

Roshanda Leak
Division of Hematology/Oncology
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
E/Rabb 430
330 Brookline Ave
Boston, MA 02215
Telephone: 617-667-2131
Email: [email protected]

Application process and requirements

https://www.bidmc.org/medical-education/medical-education-by-department/medicine/medicine-fellowships/hematology-and-oncology-fellowship/application-process

Process

  • Applications accepted starting on: July 15
  • Application deadline: September 30
  • Applications submitted through ERAS

Requirements

  • Dean's letter from medical school
  • Medical school transcript
  • Department of Medicine letter
  • At least 2 other letters of recommendation
  • USMLE I, II, and III board scores
  • Personal statement
  • Curriculum Vitae

Statistics

  • Number of fellowship positions available per year: 6
  • Board certification eligibility upon fellowship completion: Hematology and Oncology
  • Length of fellowship: 3 years

Schedule

Year 1

  • Outpatient clinic: 7 1/2 day clinics (1 for each disease group: Malignant Heme, Benign Heme, Breast/Gyn, GI, GU, Thoracic, Biologics). No clinic during consult weeks.
  • Consults (4-5 weeks, Dec-Jun)
  • Vacation (15 days)

Year 2

  • Outpatient clinic: continuity clinic of the fellow's choice, typically ~40 patients in 1-2 1/2 day clinics. 8 coagulation clinic 1/2 day sessions through the year.
  • Inpatient (8-9 weeks on the inpatient Hematologic Malignancy/BMT service)
  • Research (40 weeks)
  • Vacation (15 days)

Year 3

  • Outpatient clinic: continuity clinic. 8 coagulation clinic 1/2 day sessions through the year.
  • Consults (4-5 weeks, July-Dec)
  • Research (45 weeks)
  • Vacation (15 days)

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